Home Sales Jump 84% in June over May!

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The hot summer of 2020 has brought spurts of frenetic buying activity through locationally preferred pockets of the G.T.A. Strategically priced & staged homes have been generating multiple offers. Most of which are being presented on a set future date. There is no question that the idle spring market has created significant pockets of pent-up […]

Puddles and Potholes and Cracks – Oh My!

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Good Afternoon, You may be familiar with the CAA Magazine annual campaign titled Canada’s Worst Roads. We thought it might be interesting to publish a blog outlining the road in Caledon that we think requires the utmost TLC. McLaughlin Rd runs parallel to Highway 10, and evidently proves quite convenient for residents of Caledon, particularly in the […]

Burlington Tackles Mental Health by Welcoming 1 and All to her Parklands!

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“Active Burlington” addressing healthy living, including mental health issues exacerbated by COVID-19, is slowly becoming a reality. Most of Burlington’s 50+ parks have now opened. Please keep in mind that some park facilities remain closed. The city has hundreds of interconnecting KM of bike/walking trails, which are the perfect place to enjoy the scenery. COVID-19 […]

Where Does the Housing Market Go from Here?

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The proverb that statistics don’t necessarily lie is true.  However, whether they shed light on the near future remains debatable. Attached are several informative graphs provided by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), which despite lower # of sales, highlights the chronic shortage of listings, thus resulting in an escalating price trend line. The million […]