Want to Sell Your House in Toronto or Richmond Hill? Do It Now!
Yes, houses in Toronto and the GTA are about 15% overestimated. But climbing up still! This January, Canadian home prices for single-family homes rose to a record high. It’s unbelievable! But it’s true.
Home ownership remains affordable and there are many people out there looking to buy a home. But … there was not enough homes! It was very difficult for my clients to find a home they would like to buy. Actually, a whole new round of bidding wars has begun. Due to the weather or for whatever other reason, there is a shortage of listings for Toronto and the GTA now. Don’t miss a chance to sell your property for a great price!
In January 2014, the number of homes listed for sale was down quite strongly compared to last year. It means that now is TIME TO SELL. It’s the seller’s real estate market in Toronto and the GTA.
Canada house prices rise in January to record high! Against everything that economists expected.
The Toronto Real Estate Board reported that the average selling price in January 2014 surged more than 9% to $526,528 compared with 2013.
If you own a luxurious property, high-end house or condo, that you want to sell, it’s YOUR time: luxury house sales hit new records across Canada smashing previous sales records in 2013. More likely that’s because surging stock markets, renewed consumer confidence, wealthy locals, international investors and shortage of properties to meet their demands.
Also keep in mind that Toronto house prices could slip in 2015, TD Bank predicts.
If you considering to sell your home – don’t wait. It’s a right time to sell your property.