1. Don’t try to time the market. Buy and sell in the same economy. Trying to create or carve out an arbitrage in a volatile market is where people get burned. Unless you're an economist, an actuary, or write financial instruments for a living, arbitrage is fickle. One of the important ignored nuances around this concept … Continue reading 3 protection mechanisms for transacting real estate in a volatile financial market
3-Pointer Below is a list of the 3 types of listings that will perform the best while the spring market is on pause, in the event of a shutdown comparable to Italy or Wuhan. I think that we’re currently at the onset of what seems to be an interesting shift in consumer psychology, where the … Continue reading The 3 best real estate listings in a shut-down spring market
Real estate supply & demand I've been writing a lot about demand factors lately, and perhaps that's a function of the buyer's market we're currently in. So, as an aside, I will be releasing my Summer 2019 market report sometime within the next few days, but here's a teaser infographic reiterating that we are, in fact, in … Continue reading WTF is a buyer’s market?
Residential sales up 15.8% in February 2016 compared to a year earlier. New listings in Ontario numbered 25,384 units in February 2016, an increase of 3.8% compared to last year. The provincial average price of homes in February 2016 rises 12.7% compared to a year earlier. There were 2.8 months of inventory at the end of February 2016.
Georgina Home Sales Overview Click to view/download the full report: February 2016 Market Report Keswick South continued to lead the pack in home sales in Georgina, claiming 20 of the 70 home sales. The big, striking movement in the market came from Sutton & Jackson’s Point, which lagged behind the leader by only 4 home … Continue reading February 2016 Georgina Real Estate Market Report
In the aftermath of one of the most controversial elections in Canadian history, it's no surprise that we've all been inundated with biased critiques of the policy and individuals involved. I'll be the first to admit that I don't understand every aspect of policy that's been changed, but I do understand a part of it. … Continue reading What Trudeau’s new RRSP policy means for the real estate market.
Number 2 - Wolford Court (Eastbourne Estates) The centerpiece of the stunning new Eastbourne Estates development features large estate lots boasting sprawling bungalow and bungaloft homes with quality finishes, rich materials, vaulted ceilings, and large, lofted 2, 3, and 4 car detached garages. Just within walking distance to the beaches on Lake Simcoe, and a … Continue reading 2015’s Top 10 Streets in Georgina – Number 2: Wolford Court
Land's End is an exclusive, luxury locale just off of Lake Drive East, with a beautiful view overlooking both the private Franklin Beach Area and Public De La Salle Beach Area. Lakefront properties on Land's End offer stunning year-round views of Lake Simcoe's gorgeous, world-class sunsets, along with fast access and nautical travel to beautiful … Continue reading 2015’s Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 3: Land’s End
Number 4 - Hedge Road (Jackson's Point) Hedge Road is a historic landmark of wealth & upscale lifestyle, featuring beautiful lakefront walking, lots and trails lined with hedges, large frontages on some of Lake Simcoe's most beautiful water, and within walking distance from The Briars, one of Georgina's most prestigious golf & country clubs. Many … Continue reading 2015’s 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 4: Hedge Road
Number 5 - Westwind Circle (Historic Lakeshore Communities) Westwind Circle epitomizes exclusivity in Georgina. With a vast portion of the locale owned by a handful of high net worth individuals, these properties seldom come on the market, and when they do, they move quickly and command high prices. Westwind Circle features a private residents' waterfront … Continue reading 2015’s 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 5: Westwind Circle