The Long Point Real Estate Market Frenzy continues as cottages are flying off the market and generating multiple offers, also knows as bidding wars.
Lack of supply and increased prices continues to be the storey in the Norfolk County real estate market for January, 2018.
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2017 sales in Long Point may be down by 50% over 2016 but the average sale price has climbed by 52%.
Average home price sales in Norfolk County soared 23% in February, 13% in March and 32% in April and 35.23% in May compared to the same time frames one year earlier. The number of sales have dropped and listings are becoming less scarce.
Consistent with the law of supply and demand, Norfolk County home prices rose a whopping 31.6% in April 2017 over the same month the year prior.