A decrease in sales in 2018 led to a more balanced market in Norfolk County. Bidding wars and over asking prices were not out of the picture, though not as prevalent as 2017.
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The Long Point Real Estate Market Frenzy continues as cottages are flying off the market and generating multiple offers, also knows as bidding wars.
Local shop owners in the charming town of Port Rowan and surrounding area have come together again to host a unique 3-day shopping event.
Buyers can expect mad competition for cottages to continue.
Moving can be overwhelming! We’ve invested in a technology to provide our clients with their own online moving concierge to make it easy!
If you haven’t heard the news yet…we’re moving! Thanks to our wonderful clients, our growing business has found that it needs a bigger home.
With the sale of your beloved family cottage you might be required to pay capital gains tax. How much will you owe?
Lack of supply and increased prices continues to be the storey in the Norfolk County real estate market for January, 2018.
First it was the new “mortgage stress test” and now it’s increased mortgage rates. Several banks increased their mortgage rates this past Friday, with the rest expected to follow suit.