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When spring finally arrived in Southern Georgian Bay, the number of listings swiftly rose along with the temperature. While listings traditionally increase in the spring, and are up 24.7% from just 2 months ago, there was still very little choice available due to low inventory. Sales in niche markets continue to be competitive as the number of listings continues to fall behind the …
Celebrate Canada’s 151st Birthday! Collingwood, Thornbury, Clarksburg and Blue Mountain Village Events.
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April 2018 Southern Georgian Bay Real Estate Stats
Video – First Quarter Real Estate Market 2018 Southern Georgian Bay
Here’s our Collingwood – Blue Mountain Mother’s Day Guide for SPA & FOODIE MOMS! But first…a few Mother’s Day EVENTS Spring Into Mommas Day Vendors Market Sat & Sun May 5 & 6 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Collingwood Curling Club Fantastic two-day spring market the weekend before mother’s day. Perfect shopping experience for all customers. Workshops for the kiddos to make mom …
March 2018 Southern Georgian Bay Real Estate Stats
Spring is in the air and home buyers are waiting for that perfect property to become available. The problem lately – we’re seeing a classic Seller’s Market with low levels of inventory coupled with a high level of demand. Not sure how to make sure you navigate these market conditions successfully? Read on!
February 2018 Southern Georgian Bay Real Estate Stats
Are harsh Canadian winters getting you down? If you’re dreaming of walks along the beach or afternoons spent on a sunny golf course, the thought of buying a property in the United States might be very appealing. Before you get too excited, there are some key points to keep in mind… Red Tape These days the US banking system is much more highly regulated …
Residential sales recorded through the MLS® System of the Southern Georgian Bay Association of REALTORS® came in below levels recorded a year earlier in December 2017. Home sales numbered 128 units in December 2017, down 12.9% from December 2016 but on par with the 10-year average for the month.