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about Where Real Estate is Headed?
confused about the real estate market? You should be! I am not being sarcastic,
I really mean it, are you confused? Let me explain.
(June 10-16) I have read 9 separate articles from either bank economists, trade
associations, government publications etc. that ...
Well Known Builder in Financial
Over the past week or so, the above headline has been in the
news and talks about the home buyers whose homes have not been completed, some
defects not corrected or perhaps their deposits forfeited! All these buyers
thought they were protected and yet they stand to lose a fair amount of ...
My brother and sister in law just had their home destroyed by a plumber who did not properly repair a toilet fixture in their upstairs bathroom. When they came home one afternoon from work, their upstairs had caved into the main floor! Extensive water damage and in turn, mould etc.7 months later, 3 insurance companies involved, their ...
The home inspection: an often critical component that can
make or break a closing. Many first-time buyers don’t know what to expect
during a home inspection. As a result, they may be nervous or anxious. On the
other hand, they may not see or understand the value of a home inspection,
putting them at risk for buying a property with ...
The London and area residential real estate market fared well in 2012 with a total of 8,020 homes changing hands , 28 fewer units than the 8,048 homes sold in 2011. Overall new listings were down 6.2% for detached homes and up 0.9% for condos in 2012. Inventory – the number of active listings at month end – was also down, but only by ...
Sales of detached homes in London and the St. Thomas area dipped 15.9% in November 2012, with 417 homes exchanging hands. Sales of condos, however, were up 18.8%, with the result that, Year-to-Date, total sales are down only a modest 0.3%. “Altogether 512 homes sold, down 11.1% from the previous year.New listings were down 12.9% for detached ...
The following article was written more so for the larger metro areas of Canada, however, I still get condo speculators wanting to invest in London Ontario. If you are planning on long term, it makes sense; however, expecting to see 10, 20 or 30% increases in one – three years are unlikely. If you’re considering purchasing a condo ...
Warning! Don't Put Your Home on the Market Until You've Read This Report...Avoid 11Hidden Mistakes That Could Cost You Hundreds...Even Thousands of Dollars!Selling your home can be an exhausting experience. Last minute walk-throughs, inconvenient calls, price adjustments and the possibility of being stuck with two mortgages are real ...
$500 Housewarming Gift special offer for First-Time Home Buyers
This week a new advertising campaign announces a special offer for First-Time Home Buyers. Note that this offer is not applicable to amendments to an existing mortgage, including portability transactions, an advance of additional funds or a renewal.
Definition of a First-Time ...
If you would like to know or even debate the predictions and forecasts by CMHC (Canadian Mortgage Housing Corporation) for London and area for the balance of 2012 and 2013, here is the latest 7 page report.It will cover:Bright Spots in the local economyHousing startsLondon Employment ForecastMortgage Rate ForecastsResidential Investor ForecastsThe ...