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Home prices across the country are expected to rise in 2019, but only at a moderate pace compared with recent years, according to two of Canada’s largest residential real estate brokerages. Royal LePage is anticipating the national median home price will increase by 1.2 per cent in 2019, with prices in Toronto and the surrounding areas expected to rise 1.3 per cent to $854,552. Prices in Toronto and the surrounding areas are expected to rise
The Real Estate stats are in for Windsor! Check out the full stats below.  NOVEMBER 2018 – Residential Activity by AreaDownload NOVEMBER 2018 – MLS Detailed Statistic ReportDownload Attachments NOVEMBER 2018 - Residential Activity by Area (98 kB)NOVEMBER 2018 - MLS Detailed Statistic Report (115 kB)

FIX n FLIP. IN THIS MARKET?

Posted by Paul Rouillard REALTOR on December 7, 2018

YES! If we can do it, so can you… Even in this market.  Recently I’ve partnered and become great friends with a client of mine. We’ve been in and out of hundreds of properties. fighting multiple offers and simply pounding the pavement! We decided to switch gears and found a fix and flip property in Windsor. Together, we calculated this project. It made sense so we ran with it. We purchased, renovated then sold it
A down month for the real estate market in Windsor-Essex. The Windsor-Essex County Association of Realtors reports listings were down in November by 1.74%, compared to November 2017. The number of homes sold also dropped in the same time period with 458 homes exchanging hands in November 2018, compared to 488 properties sold in November 2017, representing a 6.15% decline. The average sale price in November 2018 was $292,619, up from $261, 607 in November

Sandwich is NAMED! FINALLY!!!

Posted by Paul Rouillard REALTOR on December 6, 2018

Sandwich Town finally gets a name! Why not it’s been around for over a few hundred years. It also played a significant role in west and downtown Windsor.For several decades it’s been home to several thousand students every single year. It’s home to local bars and restaurants and shops. it’s about time that they recognize this area and I think it won’t go unnoticed especially now that the New bridge Crossing is west of this
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