How are you enjoying your summer?
Summer is a great time to make the most of getting together and enjoying some of the more rewarding things we’ve been working towards all year, like family time, entertaining and relaxing amidst the full glory of nature!
It’s also nice to get around to different neighbourhoods and see the pride of home ownership that seems to show so well at this time of year. The next thing you know, people are chatting about their favourite places to live, work and socialize. If you’re among them, please remember that I’m always available to help you, your family and your friends, whenever you’re ready to look ahead to the best possible move for the future.
In terms of sales activity in New Toronto and Mimico we are still experiencing low inventory levels. In the month of June, only 9 houses sold in the neighbourhood with more than half of them selling for more than asking price! This is good news for you if you are contemplating selling. The first thing to do is schedule an appointment for me to come by and review your home and provide you with some sound guidance in terms of which fix-ups and repairs to do that will give you the best return on your investment. It might seem daunting to think of selling your home because there are so many things to do but with my 5 Part Plan of Action and team of experts, we can get it all done for you with the least amount of stress. It’s so easy when you have a plan and know the exact steps to take.
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I hope you enjoy your summer and whether you are thinking of buying or selling your home, or are just curious about real estate values in your neighbourhood, you’ll want to make sure you talk to a real estate professional who is knowledgeable and familiar with the area. I invite you to call me at 416-762-8255 or e-mail me anytime for the most up-to-date market information about New Toronto or Mimico