Ontario has once again been placed into a Province wide shutdown. Restrictions will remain in pace until at least January 26th, 2022.
Bidding wars, bully offers and properties selling for over asking was the norm in 2021. Average sale price is up over 28% from 2020 and homes sold nearly 50% faster.
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Ontario has been placed into a Province wide shutdown with restrictions in place in Southern Ontario until January 23rd, 2021. Real estate continues to be listed as an “essential service” by the Province.
Our number one priority is the health of safety of our clients, our REALTORS and our communities.
Local real estate sales are starting to climb following a free fall after Ontario declared a state of emergency in the face of COVID-19.
During the first week of April, Norfolk’s real estate sales hit bottom and have since started to rebound.
Real estate sales are on a downward spiral just as the spring market was revving up. There were 13 firm sales reported on the local MLS® for all of Norfolk County for the week of March 23 to March 29. The following week, March 30 to April 5, only reported three sales. That’s a decrease of 77%.
Residential sales reported on the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) were headed way up in March of this year compared to the same time a year ago