Welcome to "The Service You Deserve!" Sign in | Help

Browse by Tags

All Tags » Market Conditions   (RSS)

Interesting and Valuable Analysis on Greater Toronto Area Real Estate Market

Jason Mercer, Toronto Real Estate Board Senior Manager of Market Analysis, has recently offered his views on the state of the housing market in the Greater Toronto Area . Despite stricter mortgage lending guidelines and an increase in borrowing costs,

Canada vs. United States - Is Canada Going to Suffer the Same Housing Crash?

Check out this very interesting infographic on Canada's real estate situation, as it relates to the United States' subprime mortgage crisis. It gives you a very clear view on what happened in the US, and what types of factors have helped Canada

Milton Housing Market In Good Shape

According to the senior economist with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Shaun Hildebrand, Milton's real estate market is benefiting from slower housing price increases than surrounding areas, as well as a steady increase in the number of listings

Summary of the Town of Oakville 2011 Budget

The town of Oakville found more than $3.4 million in reductions, operating efficiencies and new revenues allowed Council to keep all total property tax increases in line with inflation. The total operating and capital budget for Oakville is $311.1 million,

Greater Toronto Area 2010 Real Estate Market Summary

According to RealNet Canada Inc, one of the most trusted real estate sources for real estate information, the GTA saw condo sales rise to their second best year ever. The total number of units sold in the area increased by nearly 3000 over 2009, climbing

Greater Toronto Area Housing Market Down 11%

The Greater Toronto Area's housing market slowed by 11% in the first two weeks of January compared to the same timeframe in 2010. The first two weeks of 2011 had 1563 sales reported by Greater Toronto Realtors. This is somewhat misleading, as January

Ontario Home Energy Savings Program Ending Soon

The Ontario Home Energy Savings Plan grants are scheduled to end on March 30, 2011. This program is designed to encourage Canadians to undertake energy-saving initiatives in their homes such as upgrading their furnace, having new high-efficiency windows

Oakville Real Estate Market Heating Up!

The week of January 14-21 saw North Oakville claim 80% of the homes sold in Oakville. Of these, 60% were built in the last 5 years. For the full article, including a very informative chart including statistics on the real estate market from last week,

Government Announces 3 New Rules

There are 3 new rules coming into effect this spring that are aimed to further stabilize Canada's housing market. Also, the measures are designed to support hard-working Canadian families build up their savings through home ownership. The 3 rules:

Selling Homes in Winter Has Its Advantages

People tend to think it's harder to sell your home in winter than in spring or summer. While this may be generally true, there are always people looking to buy. Whether it's moving to a larger home after a newborn baby (or two), relocating for

Special Promotion On Now!

For a limited time only, get 100 FREE Airmiles when you call and arrange a no obligation Market Evaluation. If you're thinking about buying OR selling, call me today and get expert advice, as well as guidance on the best steps to get maximum value

New YouTube Channel Online!

Hi everyone, just letting you know that I've officially launched my very own YouTube Channel --> http://www.youtube.com/user/JamieSellsRE Feel free to leave questions / comments if you like. I will try my best to respond to each and every one.

Good News for Sellers

Recent predictions about the housing market hint at a verystrong market in 2011. According to Central 1 Credit Union, home sales willrise by 5%, while prices are set to reach a record high. It is believed that an undersupply in the new home marketthis

Credit Card Tips for the Holidays

With Christmas coming very soon, and with it feeling like winter, perhaps it’s a good a time to review some tips on managing and evenimproving your credit. Everyone knows that this is one of the most expensivetimes of the year. Between gift buying,