Alasdair Douglas’ May 2020 Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Update

HOME SALES CLIMB IN MAY COMPARED TO RECORD-LOW APRIL, AVERAGE SALE PRICES SHOW STRENGTH KITCHENER-WATERLOO, ON (June 3, 2020) ––There were 419 residential homes sold through the Multiple Listing System (MLS® System) of the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® in May 2020, a decrease of 40.5 per cent compared to May 2019, and an 80 per […]

Alasdair Douglas’ March 2020 Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Update

HOME SALES IN MARCH CAME IN LIKE A LION WENT OUT LIKE A LAMB By KWAR  In Market UpdatesComments KITCHENER-WATERLOO, ON (April 3, 2020) ––There were 577 residential homes sold through the Multiple Listing System (MLS® System) of the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® in March, an increase of 13.1 per cent compared to the same month last year, […]

Alasdair Douglas’ February 2020 Kitchener-Waterloo Real Estate Update

05Mar  STRONG HOME SALES IN FEBRUARY By KWAR  In Market UpdatesComments KITCHENER-WATERLOO, ON (March 5, 2020) ––There were 467 residential homes sold through the Multiple Listing System (MLS® System) of the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® in February, an increase of 36.5 per cent compared to the same month last year, and 15.3 per cent above the previous 10-year […]

1275 Finch Avenue W #515, Toronto. Corner Medical Office for $465,000!

BEST VALUE for sale at 1275 Finch Avenue West Corner office now available in the University Heights Professional Centre. The corner office location and large surround windows provide excellent views and plenty of natural light. Ideal for a Medical or Professional Office. 1024 Square Feet. Convenient to York University, Humber River Hospital, Downsview Park & […]

Royal Lepage 2020 Housing Forecast

Canadian real estate market to appreciate 3.2% in 2020 reflecting similar price growth in both condo and detached segments Low supply in the Greater Toronto Area expected to fuel home price growth in 2020 Greater Montreal Area forecast to see highest appreciation rate in 2020 among cities surveyed Greater Vancouver house prices forecast to stabilize […]

Royal LePage 2019 Newcomer Survey

One in five homes purchased by Canadian newcomers Canadian newcomers projected to make 680,000 home purchases over next five years 82% of newcomers choose to stay in their first city of residence 75% of newcomers arrive with savings to help purchase a home 75% of newcomers do not consider moving to the United States prior […]

Royal LePage Q3 2019 House Price Survey and Market Forecast

Royal LePage CEO urges caution with election promises aimed at stimulating housing demand that lack concrete plans to address supply shortages Housing recovery gains strength with national aggregate price forecast to rise 1.5% during the fourth quarter of 2019 compared to same period in 2018 Price gap between condominiums and houses shrinks as median condo […]

Royal LePage Median Condominium Price Report

Can you afford a condo in Canada’s largest cities? Royal LePage reports on price per square foot Greater Toronto Area condo price per square foot increased 9.1% year-over-year to $743 Greater Ottawa condo price per square foot appreciated the fastest among Canada’s largest markets, rising 17.9% year-over-year to $395 Condo price per square foot in […]

Royal LePage Q2 2019 House Price Survey and Market Forecast

Canadian Real Estate Market Shows Signs of a Sustainable Recovery with Modest Price Gain of 1.1% in Second Quarter  Nationally, home prices expected to rise modestly by 0.4% by the end of 2019 compared to 2018, driven by gains in Toronto and Montreal Condominium prices in Vancouver decline for first time since third quarter of […]

Just Released: 2019 First-Time Home Buyer Insights from Royal LePage

Most Canadian First-Time Home Buyers Anxious They Will Miss Out Because of an Insufficient Down Payment While Vancouver has higher home prices, first-time home buyers in Montreal are more worriedabout their down payment (58% vs. 60%) First-time home buyers in Toronto had the highest anxiety that theirdown payment would not stretch enough to buy the […]