Even though the gains from last October to this October were less than September’s year-to-date numbers, I’ll explain why in the video. Last October the average price shot up, probably because of a few big sales. We’re still hovering at around 10% increases overall in Milton, year-to-date.
Demand for condos is very high right now, especially in the best buildings. New developments including the downtown project at 175 Main and the empty lot beside the Centre for the Arts are starting to gain traction.
Big opportunity this month? The gap is narrow to jump from a townhouse or a semi-detached to a double garage right now… and we’ll continue to talk about the “squeeze” on prices in future months.
Sorry for the sound – we’re experimenting with a shotgun mic, and I’m self-filming, which means my chin got off a few times. 🙂 Live and learn!
If you want to discuss the timing and the costs involved to sell your current home and move to another one, then reach out to us. I have a few sheets I’ve created that really give clarity about the four or five things you should know, and what you should budget to do it right.
There’s nothing worse than owning two homes, or having mismatched closing dates where you’re left homeless. I’ve seen it happen many times, but I’m proud to say we’ve got a perfect track record from more than 1,000 happy customers of meeting deadlines and making things happen on time. If sitting down to chat for 20 minutes about what to do first makes sense, then reach out by email to chuck (at) livinginmilton.com and let me know when you’re free for a pop by.
Oh, and if you’re curious… we lost the offer on the Greenlife condo by $500. Dang! Still looking for one, if you know anybody selling in either building.
Link to this month’s report is below…