We learned a bit last week about the Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Market. I listed and sold a nice townhouse. We learned that the market is behaving irrationally. We learned that home buyers are getting a little fatigued and that home sellers are confused about just how much to list their homes for. We are getting more listings, which is great…Here are the highlights:
How’s the Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Market?
What’s happening with all the cancellations?
In this episode of “How’s the Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Market?” it first appears that we are simply continuing with what has been happening since late last year, but wait, something’s different. What’s happening with all the cancelled, expired and suspended listing?
The Most Googled Canadian Cities for Buying a New Home
The latest Google Trends data reveals the top cities that Canadians are searching for to buy a new home in. Some of these places I’ve never heard of…
Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate 7-Day Market Update
New listings: 264
Homes sold: 200
Conditional Sales: 18
Average days on market: 10
Median days on market: 7
Tips for Buying a Townhouse
Lawyer review of status certificate…
Canadian home prices forecast to rise 16.5% in 2021
The Canadian Real Estate Association’s outlook suggests home sales will remain strong this year, resulting in a record number of sales. The market will start to cool in 2022.
Blast from the past: 10 Reasons to buy a townhouse.
Townhouses are the best investment you can make.
Owners not renters
Safety and Security
Size and space
Freehold vs Condo vs Freehold with Condo elements
There are three kinds of ownership associated with townhouses.
Freehold: the unit owner owns the structure and the land it sits upon and is responsible for outside maintenance…