Market Watch

October 2017

 

Dear Friend,

 

The 6,379 TREB sales in September, while not the 9,800 of a year ago, are a good indication that the market is healthy and that there is strong demand for homes. Unfortunately our society is one of the following others, and so quite a number of people who were prepared to pay unreasonable prices for homes in March are now waiting to see what happens to the market before they jump in.

 

While the market is on average still a sellers’ market with three listings for every sale, there are some market areas where there are six listings for every sale and the condominium market with less than two listings for every sale, resulting in multiple offers and prices increases. Condominium apartments on average have increased 23% since the start of the year.

 

Good news, bad news! (In the Toronto market)

 

The good news for buyers is that while the inventory of homes is not huge, it’s certainly better than it was earlier this year. Those buyers who have purchased or who are purchasing today do not have the pressure of the multiple offers (a well-priced property still receives multiple offers!) and the heartache of losing sales as they did at the start of the year.

 

The bad news is that the prices that we had in March were an anomaly (at the current time) and on average prices came down 20% from March of this year, (still up 15 % since December 2016).

 

Many potential sellers are waiting or holding on for prices to return to the high levels of March before they sell. There is logic in that decision if they are moving out of the country or planning to rent. However the majority buy another property. Waiting for prices to go up makes no sense since whatever increase they have in the value of their home, will occur in their new home as well.

 

As always, market knowledge and experience ensures a favorable outcome. That’s where I come in if you’re thinking of buying or selling or know of someone who is, give me a call let me put my experience and expertise and the power of RE/MAX behind you!

 

If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call, after all you do have a friend in real estate!

 

 

 

Your Friend in Real Estate.

 

1970-2017 Treb Average Price

2017 Listigs Sold vs History TREB 2016 vs 2017 Listings and Sales

 Why Choose Peter Kwan of RE/MAX Realtron When Selling Your Home?

Real Estate Professional Peter Kwan has been serving home Sellers and Buyers in Toronto since 1991. He is a consistent Top Producer and has earned many awards throughout his career, including #1 Chinese agent in Canada.

Backed by the power of the RE/MAX network, Peter uses a combination of traditional and high tech tools to market properties to the greatest number of potential buyers worldwide. His website features community and Real Estate information, as well as Listings.

Peter is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. His aggressive and unique marketing plan gives all his clients' homes extraordinary exposure. SOLD FAST, and gets TOP DOLLAR! His success has been due to personal approach and integrity * dedicated service to his clients and the industry.

Peter is tireless in his efforts to serve his clients. He understands the needs of a family. By exceeding the expectations of his clients, Peter has earned their referrals and repeat business. He has the skills, knowledge and experience to achieve your Real Estate Goals.

Why Peter Kwan? Because…He specialize in you!

 

 

Peter Sold 1 Home Ever 2-3 Days since 2006. 

Results Speak.

Most of Peter's listings sold record breaking over asking price were without ineffective open houses, staging & even no For Sale sign on the property. Peter is very happy and appreciated if the owner allow him to install an overasking sign after Sold.

Peter is so confident that if owner found any real estate agent sold more properties in Ontario than Peter Kwan within the past 26 years, Peter is willing to match their commission plus a free air ride with Peter Kwan (Pilot in Command) on his private airplane.

No Free Lunch! Peter invests close to $1 Million every year just to Advertise!

 
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