Our editor Sharon had to see her surgeon today, so it’s just a link with a soundtrack video today (and written comments). In fact, why don’t we break it down with some Weird Al to celebrate the occasion! If you want some more Yankovic, then here’s a recent classic! I’ve been a Weird Al fan for more than 30 years.
McDowell should sell for more, especially with the presence of greenspace. It’s only 1,130 square feet with one full washroom upstairs (one more in the basement), but I could easily see it going over $500k.
Our newest launch is also in the list at 920 Hasselfeldt Heights. You can see the video and all the details here. It’s a 1,500 square foot end-unit townhouse and a lovely finished basement. It looks great inside, very well-kept.
Everything in the $700-800k range in today’s list seems like it’s priced in the right spot given recent sales. Although I definitely understand that people are starting to get upset or discouraged by the fact that a “move-up” home costs 3/4 of a million dollars.
Homes will cost less one day. But I can almost guarantee it will be because interest rates are higher. Meaning the monthly cost will likely not change anytime soon.