43 Capulet Walk London Ontario


      43 Capulet Walk London Ontario is an enclave of 53 one floor condos called Oakridge Glen, just off Oxford St West. Well constructed with various layouts, these condos in Oakridge have some great green space in the back.

Plenty of shopping and restaurants near by.

  • 2016 Average Price $255,500
  • 2015 Average price $261,500
  • 2014 Average price $234,300
  • 2013 Average price $253,000

 

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3 Basic Home Buyer Concerns


There are 3 frequent concerns that occur consistently with most condo buyers

  1. You are looking to make one of the largest purchases of your life and you don’t want to make a mistake that could cost you thousands of dollars later.

  2. You are not sure of the prices and availability in the marketplace and you want to be assured of getting the most that you can for your money, without having any regrets after you have bought the home. 

  3. You may be feeling out of control because there are so many unanswered questions.  Making it hard to know where to start.  

                                               Happy House Buyers

 Is there an easy way to buy a condo? Not really! It takes time and being careful

  If any of the 3 concerns sound familiar, doesn’t it make sense that in order for you to make one of the most important decisions in your life you may want to be well informed?

  I say that because I was in your shoes.  In fact, I was once facing every one of the above situations. Been there, done that and I
help condo buyers .

 I've learned a lot helping hundreds of buyers over the years since and my clients all say that help was valuable to them.


Thinking of Selling Your Condo in London Ontario?


  Where do you start when thinking about selling a condo in London Ontario? Most people start by going on the web or looking at real estate magazines for styles, price ranges and neighbourhoods.

  Or, they talk to the first real estate person who can breathe and that is their research! Or their neice, who is getting skinnier since she got into real estate 2 1/2 years ago and you feel sorry for her and you ask for advice! Hmmm!

  Or, you could get a good general view of the condo market in London and some tips on ensuring your real estate journey is a safe one.