Today is just a link to the properties and some comments, along with a video that talks about rolling with the punches.
The bungalow with loft on commercial looks interesting, although you may want to check into the Natural Heritage System (NHS) zoning, which could affect future plans if you want to re-develop. Here’s a link to the Town of Milton zoning page.
I would expect Irving and Porter to both go into competition, because I think there’s an argument they are both worth more than the asking price. Offer dates are Monday at 7 and Sunday at 1, respectively.
Why would anybody pay MORE than asking? Because it makes sense, and the only way to ever make an offer is based on recent sales and your perception of value. Success is not measured by how much you shave off the asking price, because we have had clients who paid more than asking and still scooped a good deal. Being an educated buyer is the key to paying a fair price, regardless of whether there’s other offers on the same property.
1159 Tupper might be my favourite pick of the day. 4-bedrooms, 4-washrooms, a finished basement, and a well-kept home for $619k is hard to find.
And just as the same model on Hollinrake dropped their price by $15k, Stearn comes out with a similar model for what Hollinrake USED to be listed for. That’s what I call real estate “sleight of hand”! I think both are priced well, but Hollinrake gets the edge for a (now) lower price and greenspace. I suppose Stearn should follow the advice in the video and “Float On” because all will be okay.
From the OMDREB list, condos at 443 Centennial Forest don’t come out often, and they usually sell very fast. This unit is only a 1-bed plus den; the last few years have predominantly been filled with 2-bed sales. Tricky one to value, because it looks like it’s a lot larger than a usual 1+den.
And I almost swallowed my tongue when I saw the asking price for 485 Pringle #17. All I can say is good luck on that one. The record sale in that development is almost $200,000 less than what they’re asking.