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March 2019 Real Estate Market Review

Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph

The March 2019 real estate market review will cover the freehold and condo markets for Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph. We review key stats you need to know about in local real estate markets!

Key Stats

  • The average price of freeholds up approx $21,000 from March 2018
  • Average days on market and inventory numbers drop matching seasonal norms
  • Average price of condos increased about $1,000 from February of this year and almost $15,000 from March 2018

Freehold – Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph

Average sale price for freeholds in Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph real estate markets increased for the fourth straight month to $555,403 in March 2019. Compared to the average price for freeholds in March 2018 ($534,272) that is just under a $21,000 increase in average sale price.

Freeholds continue to move quickly with an average days on market of 20 in March. This is down from the 12 month high in December 2018 of 33 days. March 2019 marks the fourth straight month that the average days on market has declined. This follows seasonal trends as we are in the Spring season.

Freeholds in Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph saw the most significant one month drop of inventory in over a year. With just under two months of inventory in march 2019 the freehold market is in an extremely strong seller’s market. March 2018 saw similar numbers with less than two months of inventory then experience steady increases to available inventory in the coming months.

Condo – Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph

Average price for condos in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph markets rose about $1,000 from February to $359,636 in March 2019. Looking back the average sale price in March 2018 was $344,323 in the same markets.

The average days on market dropped from around 35 days in December/January to 27 days in March 2019, but up from 25 days in February. Expect the average days on market to stay in and around 25-30 days or decrease in April.

Condo Inventory numbers for Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph real estate markets continued to drop. There was just over 2 months of condo inventory in March 2019. This marks the third straight month of decline in condo inventory. The Condo market is still a seller’s market and this trend will continue for the foreseeable future.

March 2019 Real Estate Market Review Realtor Notes

After review of the March 2019 real estate market numbers inventory is down, average days on market down and prices up for another. This signals that we are still in a seller’s market and that this trend will continue. The market is tough for buyers in virtually every price point with sellers listing properties and setting offer review date to generate multiple offers. This means that most buyers are competing directly with other offers on most properties listed in the area.

What does that mean for sellers? It is a great time to sell! You can command a premium because there is a significant shortage of available options for buyers. Properties that show well are commanding even more of a premium than ever.

Buyers, we feel your pain. We work hard for both sellers and buyers to create value no matter the market circumstances. For buyers we preach education, preparation and speed. The market is tight but not impossible to find value. The more you monitor the market, view properties and how quickly you can move on a good deal is the difference between scoring the right property and getting burned with a bad deal.

Stay tuned for upcoming blog post on tips for buyers in a hyper-competitive market. Drop us a comment or contact directly at with questions or a free consultation for all your real estate needs.


Real Estate and Technology Trends – Kitchener-Waterloo Associations of Realtors Technology Show 2019

The 2019 Kitchener-Waterloo Associations of Realtors (KWAR) Technology Show was a great opportunity to learn about how technology and real estate continue to change the business of real estate for both sales representatives and consumers. If you are all about cool technology, marketing, interested in the real estate industry or even in the industry yourself this blog post is for you! Below you can find the key takeaways in real estate and technology trends from this powerful conference.

The Real Estate Technology Industry: Big Money & Big Tech!

The real estate industry itself has changed dramatically in the past five years and we can expect this trend to continue. From the top down we have big players coming to the table from tech giants to angel investors pouring over 10 BILLION dollars of investment dollars into the real estate tech space in 2017 alone. What was once a fragmented mom and pop style business with brokerages moving the needle of change we are seeing massive investment from big time players.

What does this mean for agents, buyers, and sellers?

Well, for agents we can expect more tools and better systems to communicate and connect with clients at a larger scale and more efficiently. That being said, tools are only as useful as the person using them. For consumers the avalanche of big money coming into the business will likely yield more clarity, power, and options. Access to data, increased transparency, and technology disrupting the status quo will only provide more options and value to consumers in the long run.

Technology – All the buzz..

The new technologies coming into real estate will focus heavily on social media, artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Now, none of these are technologies new BUT they have not been applied to the real estate industry in mass yet.

Social media messaging, marketplace platforms and marketing capabilities are already being utilized by sales representatives to drive traffic, attract buyers and expand their network (expect this trend to continue).

AI technologies are great way to help interested consumers get the right information on their schedule too! From website and social media chat bots to database and market analysis tools there are endless opportunities to add value for both agents and consumers.

Virtual reality technology is probably the closest to being used commercially with the masses.

Consider this: you and your partner are selling the first condo you bought together to get a house with a yard for your dog Tonto, exciting! Problem is you’re busy people and don’t both work the exact same hours (welcome to 2019). Second problem, you live in southern Ontario, maybe even Waterloo Region, where your market is a super competitive seller’s market and all the listings in your area are selling in two weeks or less. So the chance that you see the right house, at the right price and you can both go see it at the same time BEFORE is sells is slim.

How much easier would it be if you didn’t have to physically be there to decide if it is worth a look or not? How frustrating is it when you can’t get a good indication of the property because the pictures suck? This way, your agent can send a virtual tour to their clients to see if it is even worth a look or if you’re swiping left on that house. Time. Saver.

The short of it – Real estate technology is good for all!

The technology boom in real estate has just begun. As real estate agents ourselves we expect consumers to be more educated, more critical, and more open minded as information and tools are more easily available. As a consumer you can expect to have access to more data, choices, and ultimately more power in the decision making process for your real estate dealings. That being said, real estate is, and will continue to be, a relationship business between humans that rely on trust and expertise to get the deal done.. We are just going to have more, better toys to use along the way!

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MLS Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge & Guelph – February 2019 Real Estate Market Review

MLS Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph data show strong price growth in February of 2019 for both the freehold and condo markets. It is important to recognize that the markets for condo and freehold properties are inherently different. Reviewing and monitoring key market stats for both is vital to understanding the direction and speed in which these markets are moving.

Key Stats

  • Average freehold prices JUMP almost 25K Jan-Feb 2019
  • Average condo prices rise over $8,000 or a little more than 2% compared to January numbers
  • Both Freehold and Condo listings selling quicker in February than January
  • Condo inventory dropped from almost 3 months to slightly above 2.5 months
  • Freehold inventory held steady from January to February.

Freehold Market – February 2019
MLS Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge & Guelph

Average sale price for freehold listings increase from approximately $525,000 in January to $549,707 in February of this year.

The average days to sell declined slightly from 29 days in January to 27 days in February.

Months of Inventory held steady at just under 3 months for February 2019.

Condo Market – February 2019
MLS Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge & Guelph

Average condo prices rose about $8,000 to just over $358,000 in February from January 2019.

The average days for a condo to sell dropped for the second consecutive month to 24 days!

Months of inventory of condos also dropped for the second consecutive month to slightly over 2.5months in February.

Realtor Commentary – MLS February 2019

In review of MLS Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph data for February 2019 we can confidently say that the seller market continues. Both the freehold and condo markets there is less inventory, listings are selling in fewer days, and prices have increased when compared to last month.

What does this mean for buyers? Competition. Buyers are having to compete more so now than ever in the past 12 months. This is especially apparent in most listings under $500,000 and virtually any listing that shows well, regardless of price point. Check out our last First Time Buyer Blog for expert advice on buying real estate.

For Sellers this means favorable conditions continue. On average all listings are selling in a month or less which is historically fast. That being said, tried tested and true methods of selling listings for top dollar still apply. Preparing your home for market, showing it well, and marketing aggressively to qualified buyers will get you the best offers. Stay tuned for our selling strategies blog post to learn more about how to really take advantage of the current sellers market.

Considering your options for purchasing or selling? We have extensive experience getting the best value for our clients in these competitive markets. Get in touch and ask us about out buying and listing strategies HERE or text/call direct: Zack Brittain at 519-591-8419.

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MLS Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge & Guelph – January 2019 Real Estate Market Review

Now that the first month of 2019 is in the books we want to review the key MLS stats for Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph real estate markets. For our monthly real estate market reviews this year we will be covering the four major markets in The Region of Waterloo and Wellington county.

Below we share the average sale price, average days on market, and months of inventory for January 2019. We review both the freehold and condo markets in these cities and compare to the last 12 months. Reviewing the MLS data on these three key real estate market stats will help to understand the speed and direction the freehold and condo markets are heading in our major market centers.

Freehold Market – MLS January 2019

The average sale price in January 2019 was $525,653 up from $499,918 in January 2018.

The Average days to sell for freehold properties was 28 days in January 2018 and just 24 days in January 2019.

MLS data on freehold listings shows that we sit at exactly two and a half months of inventory as of January 31, 2019. That is slightly up from just over two months of inventory for January 2018. This tells us that the freehold market is still a strong sellers market.

Months of Inventory – Freeholds in Kitchener Waterloo Cambridge & Guelph January 2019

Condo Market – MLS January 2019

The average price of condos increased to $350,522 in January 2019 compare to $322,063 in January 2018.

Average days to sell increased from 29 days in January 2018 to 33 days in January 2019.

The MLS data shows that the months of inventory has come down from almost three and a half months in January of 2018 to just under three months now. This means that the condo market is still in a sellers market.

Months of Inventory – Condos in Kitchener Waterloo Cambridge & Guelph January 2019

Realtor Commentary – Still A Sellers Market

In review of MLS data this past month we see that there is still a shortage of listings and properties are still selling quickly. One key point is that condos have more inventory and are taking more days to sell on average then freehold properties are. This is likely due to the large influx of condo developments in the Region of Waterloo and Wellington County.

The average prices for freeholds did not change dramatically in 2018. That compared to the the average price of condos that increased by over 10%. The most likely answer to the that is the affordability of such properties. With more buyers getting priced out of the freehold market it wouldn’t be surprising if condos experienced a similar price appreciation in 2019.

In summary the freehold MLS data shows us that these listings are selling quicker and for more money than condo properties. Both markets are still experiencing historically low levels of inventory meaning both are still considered sellers markets.

For more content on buying and selling over the winter months check out our last blog post. Have questions or wanted to see a specific topic covered in our blog? Leave us a comment below or contact us – We would love to connect!

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Selling And Buying A House In The Winter

Is It A Good Idea? Selling and Buying a House In The Winter

Every year we see realtors and people in real estate discussing the topic of selling and buying a house in the Winter. Typical comments and opinions range from “The market is hot, it’s a great time to sell” to “Never sell in the winter, you won’t get top dollar” and even “buyers can low-ball sellers because any seller listing in the winter HAS to sell”. All the contradicting information can be super confusing for prospective buyers and sellers.

So is it a good idea to be selling and buying a house in the winter? It’s important to acknowledge that selling and buying a house is very situational. Below we will hit the key points you need to consider for both selling and buying a house in the Winter.


Selling A House In The Winter

When considering selling your house in the winter you have to consider these points:

  1. Are you buying AND selling? If you are buying and selling in the same timeframe then it’s a wash (refer to our blog post on buying or selling first here).
  2. Just Selling a House:  If you are just selling then dig deep on the market for your property. If there is a severe shortage in available listings like yours then it’s a good idea to list. For sellers that are flexible on when they can list, on average listing in the spring yields the highest average sale prices. We would recommend preparing your home for market in late February/early March.
  3. Competition: There are fewer listings in the Winter months! This means that it is less likely that another property similar to yours lists in the same neighborhood. There can also fewer active buyers. It is important to note that buyers that are active in the Winter are typically motivated buyers.
  4. Closing Date: Selling your house in the Winter doesn’t always mean you have to move in the Winter. You can always try to get a longer closing date to have your move date in late February or early March. Just remember the more flexible you are on closing dates the more options you have to work out a favorable deal with a buyer.

In summary, selling a house in the winter can be a great idea for you depending on your situation. If you HAVE to sell for financial reasons, personal reasons, or even because you found your next dream home that is ok. For your own sake just do your homework to prepare, market and sell your home for the most money given the market conditions.

Buying A House In The Winter

You never know when your dream home will hit the market! For people buying in the Winter here are the top things you need to know:

  1. Inventory: There are fewer homes on the market in the Winter months, fact. In Waterloo Region and Wellington County there are always fewer listings to pick from this time of year. Regardless if you are looking for a fairly common property or something with unique features just be aware that there are fewer listings to choose from this time of year.
  2. Competition: There are fewer listings available but there are also typically fewer active buyers. Usually this means that there are little changes to the competitive landscape for properties to buy but every winter we see a larger percentage of homes sell conditionally and fewer properties sell in multiple offers. This means as a buyer you can have a better opportunity to buy a place without competing!
  3. Motivation: We have all heard “They’ll selling in the winter they HAVE to sell”. That isn’t always true, don’t assume anything. That being said, a larger percentage of sellers in the Winter are more motivated compared to other seasons. This is usually people relocating for a new job or investors selling off assets before year’s end. If you find a motivated seller there can be great opportunity to get a great deal!

When buying a house in the Winter it is vital to make sure that you are finding the right opportunity for you and your situation. You can find a great property that has everything you need for the price you want regardless of the season.

Realtor Commentary

Selling and buying a house is situational. Regardless of the season you can sell your home for top dollar or find a great deal to purchase your next one. In order to pull that off the buyers and sellers that are active in the market, using the right tools, and prepared will be rewarded. Comment below or contact us directly to connect with Zack and get started with your moving strategy.

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Real Estate Market Review – MLS Waterloo and Wellington November 2018

MLS Waterloo and Wellington November 2018

MLS Waterloo Region and Wellington County data shows growth in both number of listings and prices. Our real estate markets in Waterloo Region and Wellington County followed seasonal trends as winter approaches. Below we will share sales volume and price data for MLS Waterloo and MLS Wellington.

MLS Waterloo Region – Stronger Than 2017?!


MLS Waterloo Region data shows that our residential real estate markets had more active listings and a higher average sale price compared to 2017! The Waterloo Region real estate market in November 2017 had  1,405 active listings and an average sale price of just over $488,000. This year, MLS Waterloo data shows healthy growth with 1,509 active listings and an average sale price of $504,673 in the month of November.  When compared to October, Waterloo region saw slight decreases in active listings but almost the exact same average sale price.


MLS Wellington County – Steady Growth

Wellington County experienced comparable growth in both active listings and average sale prices to Waterloo Region. November 2018 average sale price was $517,829 compared to $487,456 in 2017. Wellington County real estate markets also had more active listings with 517 this year and 463 in 2017. When compared to October numbers, Wellington county saw a decrease in active listings but a increase in average sale price as shown on the graph. These number are in line with seasonal trends.


Realtor Notes

Price and inventory numbers for both Waterloo and Wellington real estate markets show steady growth in both categories. This is encouraging as it supports a more stable real estate market. Slight increases in inventory numbers provides buyers with a little more opportunity. We typically see average prices slide in the winter months but overall steady increases to average sale prices through 2018 signals a more predictable market and steady growth.

Looking forward to December we can expect average prices to stay fairly similar in both Waterloo Region and Wellington County real estate markets. Inventory of active listings will likely decrease as investor and sellers push to sell and close before the new year. We typically see a few more motivated sellers in November and December as sellers push to get deals done before the year end. This does NOT mean it is a bad time to sell or buy. Each individual situation is completely different. We report on averages and general market trends as this represents overall market best. Get in touch with any specific questions HERE or connect with us on Facebook.


The Most Important Decision When Selling Your Home

 Selling Your Home Or Buy Your Next Home First?

This is the number one question my partner and I get asked when consulting clients, and one that you should ask yourself before selling your home. I’ll start by saying that there is no perfect answer or best way that works for everyone. Below we will cover the main points to consider when selling your home to buy another property and practical strategies you can use.

Selling Your Home First

The main concern with selling your home first is “What if we can’t find a place to move to in time?”. This is the primary concern for people coordinating a sale and purchase at the same time. The benefits of selling your home first is taking advantage of opportunities (lack of competition), controlling your sale, and knowing exactly what your final sale price and conditions are. The potential downside is that you now have a set time limit on finding your new home.

First, if you have the opportunity to sell a property with no other competition in your neighborhood that is a big advantage. Second you can control your sale by having time on your side to negotiate and firm up on any conditions as offers come in. Thirdly, when you do have a firm deal in place you know exactly what the property has sold for. Any conditions have been taken care of and the closing date set. This means you can confidently shop within your budget given the sale price of your property.

Buying Your Next Property First

For most movers the main concern is being able to actually sell your home once you have purchased your new one. Being on the hook for 2 mortgages can be scary. Thankfully, we are currently in a sellers

market in Waterloo Region and Wellington County. If you price and market your home appropriately the sale should not be a major concern. That being said, if you are able to find and purchase your home before selling your you can ensure that you have purchased for the right price at the right time. Purchasing first can allow for more time to shop and negotiate offers. Furthermore purchasing first provides you with time to prepare your home for market as you shop for your new one.

Realtor Considerations

From a realtor’s perspective our focus is to manage the goals and needs of the client with current market conditions. When selling your first home here are some key points to consider:

  1. How common is your home and the property you are looking to purchase? The more common, the easier it will be to either purchase or sell in a shorter time frame if need be. If the property you are selling is uncommon, or has a smaller buyer pool than most properties, selling first may be your best option.
  2. For people selling your first home that NEED to get a certain price to make your move work then selling first is your best option. If 1-2% difference either above or below your listing price is not going to kill your move then consider purchasing first.
  3. Short term financing is not a bad option. If you are concerned about matching closing dates for your move don’t panic. Bridge financing can allow you flexibility between closing dates. Ask your mortgage broker when consulting them about your moving plans. You may be surprised with your options!
  4. Prepare yourself either way! If you’re selling first, go view some options as you prepare your property for market. You can shop while it is listed too. For purchasing first, get your home ready to list so when you have locked down your next property it’s good to go. Get your place cleaned, staged, photographed and ready to sell.

There is no perfect solution for every client. Each situation and the desired goals are completely different. To make an informed decision as a buyer and seller you should consider the pros and cons of each option.

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#1 Problem First Time Home Buyers Have

The #1 Problem First Time Home Buyers Have

Proper education is the number one problem we consistently see with first time home buyers. Real estate is a hot topic in mainstream media. Every homeowner voices their personal opinions too, making it more important than ever to properly educate yourself.

Understanding topics like how the real estate industry works, the current state of the market, and the entire home buying process from A-Z will pay dividends for your first, and largest purchase to date. We rely on statistics, experience, as well as proven system and models to educate and prepare our clients for their first purchase.


How The Real Estate Industry Works

In Ontario you have regional real estate boards, brokerages,  and salespeople (aka realtors). Real estate boards connect brokerages and their representatives to data and systems to facilitate the purchase and selling of real estate in their region. Brokerages provide the necessary tools for realtors to run their business. Each brokerage offers different things to their agents like marketing, training, business philosophies etc.

Realtors are the individuals that work directly with clients like first time buyers. Each agent runs their business individually as they are considered independent contractors working under their brokerage’s banner. If they are working with someone to help them purchase a home they are commonly referred to as a “buyer’s agent”. It does not cost anything to work with a buyer’s agent as they are compensated from the seller of the property only when their client closes on their purchase.

The Home Buying Process

The home buying process is different for everyone but typically goes something like this:

  1. Know how the real estate industry works – Hire a realtor or do it yourself
  2. Financing – Consult a mortgage broker (any good realtor has a good mortgage broker)
  3. Understand your realistic options – Is their options in my budget that fit my criteria?
  4. Know your market – Understand if it is a buyers, sellers, or balanced market and what that means
  5. Utilize search tools to actively search for new properties
  6. View listings often and critically – Important to see options to compare
  7. Negotiate the right deal – Consider things like price, inclusions, conditions, closing dates
  8. Closing – Hire the right lawyer!
  9. Ownership – Utility billing information, property maintenance, learn how to improve the value of your home, stay updated on property values etc.

Current State of The Real Estate Market

First time home buyers need to understand that the market can’t be controlled by any one person. The best thing first time buyers is to learn exactly what types of properties fit their budget and criteria in the current market. From there, identify what the market is like for those specific types of properties. Buyers can then identify how competitive that market is and formulate the right strategy to get get the right deal. Buyers that are active and engaged in the home buying process are rewarded.

Find monthly real estate stats and commentary on our blog.

Realtor Notes

We recommend asking questions, a lot of them! First time home buyers need a proper education and the right tools now more than ever. Furthermore first time home buyers that take the time to create and follow a plan experience less stress. Remember, you’re buying your first home so if you’re well educated be confident and have fun! You’re only a first time home buyer once.

Drop us a comment if you have questions on this blog post or make a request. Get connected and ask us your questions here!


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MLS Listings Review October 2018

MLS Listings Review October 2018

In review of MLS listings numbers for October 2018 we will share what prices and inventory are doing the Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph real estate markets. To compare similar numbers to earlier this year and the same time last year check the visuals below and our previous blog post.

Real Estate Inventory Numbers

Months of inventory is the number of active listings on the market in the previous month divided by the number of sales that month. This metric is key to determining the amount of available listings there are in our local real estate markets. October 2018 had just under 2.5 months of inventory in the major market centers Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph. This is still about half of the amount of available listings we would need to even see a balanced market. Low inventory signals that buyers do not have a lot of options and the seller’s market will continue. Low inventory levels also supports price growth.


MLS Listings Price Numbers

Are prices going down? What prices does this type of place sell for? Are listings still selling in multiple offers? Comments and questions on prices are the most common things we hear from our network.

Prices are not going down and yes some listings are still selling in multiples. We are still in a competitive market for buyers, especially anything in the lower 400’s and under. As you can see in the graphic here the average price of residential listings in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph was $475,268. The average sale price has fluctuated around 1-2.5% of October’s average sale price for the better part of the last 5 months.

The average of the monthly prices for residential listings was $461,967 in 2017 and $479,908 so far in 2018. This is a 3.58% increase compared to 2017 prices.

What You Need to Know as a Buyer – Realtor Notes

For buyers we encourage looking at opportunities to purchase within the next three months for two main reasons. First, interest rates are likely to increase again in 2019. Get in before it becomes more expensive for you. Check out how interest rate increases can affect your mortgage HERE. Second, Although inventory is historically low we have noticed that competition has softened slightly. This is fairly common for this time of the year but recent increases to interest rates and media/market sentiment shifting towards price uncertainty is revealing more opportunities for savvy buyers than usual. Contact me directly or check out our Facebook page for buyer resources, search tools and updated listings.

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MLS Waterloo Region Real Estate Market Update – September 2018

MLS Waterloo Region Stats

2018 third quarter is in the books! This month in review of MLS Waterloo Region stats we are going to quickly review price trends and inventory. In addition we are going to discuss what trends we can expect for Q4 relating to buyers, sellers and investors.


Prices, Days on Market & Inventory Numbers

In September we saw properties move a little bit more quickly with average days on market at 17 compared to 19 in August. We will traditionally see more closings in August as those buyers and sellers will be moving before the school year. September usually has more sales compared to August as buyers and sellers that are trying to move before Winter starts will look to make that happen in early Fall.

Note the median listing price saw a slight increase from August to September hitting that $500,000 mark! In summary, we saw properties sell a little quicker and listing price was slightly higher than in August.


Inventory numbers saw slight increases as well. Inventory increased to just over 2.5 months. This is great news for the overall health of our markets but not enough to really “move the needle” into a more balanced market. Waterloo region is still in a sellers market and we have not seen a balanced market since 2015..






Realtor Remarks – Q4 Expectations

Here at Prime Properties Ontario we watch weekly and monthly market stats to keep updated on key market trends. Here are a few key points to consider:

  • Healthy number of new listings came up in September, expect some more for October
  • Prices holding steady – ticking upwards even!
  • Most listings are not holding off on offers
  • Deals to be had for buyers

September and the first few days of October we have seen an uptick in new listings as sellers push to get their home on the market and sold before buyers disappear for the Winter. Compared to the past 12-18 months we have seen more and more great deals for buyers come up in the past 30-60 days. We expect there to be good value for buyers and investors as we get into Q4. Note, average prices will continue to trend upwards so sellers can still take advantage of that. We typically see more motivated sellers, and less competition in the later months of the calendar year. This presents great opportunities for buyers and investors!


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