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Blog - July 2018 Market Trends for Caledon

July 2018 Housing Market Statistics for Caledon

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in August 13, 2018

The July 2018 Housing Market Statistics for Caledon, Ontario have been published. The statistics are compiled from data posted on the Toronto Real Estate Board. Here are a few highlights from the analysis: – The average sale price (year to date) is $925,175, that is a decrease of 5.95%. – There were 69 properties sold in the month of July with a year to date total of 523 which is a decrease of 12.4% year to date. – The average days on the market (year to date) is 29 days. – The total active number of residential listings was 281 which...

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Consumer Protection vs. Consumer Value

Consumer Protection vs. Consumer Value

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in July 23, 2018

Consumer Protection vs. Consumer Value It has become standard for retailers to offer low cost supplementary “insurance protection plans” on appliances and electronics. These plans may seem like a good idea, but before you buy one, be sure the plan actually offers real added value. Often, these plans overlap with other protection programs you already have. For example, reputable retailers usually sell products with solid manufacturer warranties, because they don’t want the bad reputation or the hassles that come from unhappy customers. In fact, in today’s competitive world, many retailers already have a “satisfaction guaranteed” policy built into everything they...

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Recognizing Potential Major Expenses in a New Home

Recognizing Potential Major Expenses in a New Home

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in July 18, 2018

Recognizing Potential Major Expenses in a New Home When you see a new home you like on the market, it’s easy to get distracted by all the features you love – the wrap-around backyard deck or the spacious recreation room that has plenty of space for entertaining. You just need to make sure that in all your excitement you don’t overlook any expensive maintenance issues that could be just around the corner. Nothing lasts forever. The major components of every home – from the furnace to the roof shingles – need to be replaced eventually. But, knowing when those maintenance...

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Judgements Buyers Make in the First 30 Seconds

Judgements Buyers Make in the First 30 Seconds

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in July 13, 2018

Judgements Buyers Make in the First 30 Seconds You’ve probably heard the expression, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.” When it comes to selling your home, that is definitely true. In fact, a buyer will come to several conclusions about your property within the first few minutes of seeing it. That’s why it’s so important to make a good first impression. How do you do that? One of the best techniques is to pretend you’re a buyer. Drive up to your home. Open the door. Step into the foyer. Take a quick look around. Then...

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3 Reasons Why a House Isn’t Selling

3 Reasons Why a House Isn’t Selling

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in July 10, 2018

Have you ever driven by a For Sale sign and wondered, “That house has been on the market for a long time, I wonder why it isn’t selling”? You might have asked that question because you were worried the same thing would happen when you put your own house on the market! Often a home doesn’t sell for one of three reasons: 1. The price is too high. Sometimes a homeowner will set the listing price exceptionally high in the hopes of getting lucky. What happens instead, however, is potential buyers stay away. In today’s real estate market, a house...

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Reduce your Home's Heating and Cooling Energy Requirements and Reduce your Monthly Expenses

Tips on Energy Efficient Windows

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in December 18, 2017

Reduce your Home’s Heating and Cooling Energy Requirements and Reduce your Monthly Expenses Windows bring light, warmth, and beauty into buildings and give a feeling of openness and space to living areas. They can also be major sources of heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. However, when properly selected and installed, windows can help minimize a home’s heating, cooling, and lighting costs. This information describes one option — energy-efficient windows–available for reducing a home’s heating and cooling energy requirements. Controlling Air Leaks When air leaks around windows, energy is wasted. Energy is also transferred through...

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How To Buy A Home With a Lower Down Payment

Discover How to Buy a Home with Little Money Down

by Jeff Belisowski with 0 Comments in December 11, 2017

How To Buy A Home With Little Money Down Get FREE Instant Access by completing this form. A new home ownership program allows qualified buyers to buy a home with a very low down payment. You may have owned a home before and are presently renting, or maybe you are a first time homebuyer and need a way to break into the housing market, but held back because you thought you required $10,000, $20,000 or even more for a down payment. Well, regardless of your present situation, if you want to get into or re-enter the housing market with a lower...

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