Tag Archive: selling

First impressions make a big difference!

It is the end of May which is the time of year some people wait for to really ‘dig’ into their gardens. With the chance of frost behind us (mostly) now is a great time to get your gardens looking their best! But why do gardens & landscaping matter? The ...

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February Brings Winter Heat to the Local Real Estate Market

Kitchener-Waterloo’s hot real estate market has continued its record-breaking run, bringing in some wild stats for the month of February. With demand remaining high amidst low supply, competition has driven prices to levels we have never before seen in our region. Case in point, February ended with just 295 homes ...

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2021 Starts Off With a Bang in KW Real Estate

2021 got off to a roaring start in the Kitchener-Waterloo real estate market, showing no signs of letting up on the growth of the previous year. Typically a slow month, this January bucked the trend with 351 units sold, which is 24.9% more than the same month last year. The ...

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They Got $100,000 Over Asking Price?!

If you’re a potential buyer right now or thinking of selling your home, we probably don’t have to tell you that real estate prices have been going through the roof. With low interest rates and pandemic-driven market changes, it’s creating intense competition never before seen in our region. Believe it ...

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Selling in a Seller’s Market

  It is a seller’s market here in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region, and with demand showing no sign of slowing down, it will likely stay that way for a while. If you have been trying to buy lately, you’ve likely felt the challenge of buying in this market first-hand. When demand ...

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The Pre-Emptive Offer Dilemma

To bully or not to bully? That is the question.  In our last blog post (found here), we explored some of the challenges of buying in a seller’s market, and how pre-emptive offers can be a strategy to employ in your home search. But, there’s a time and a place ...

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