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RECORD HIGHS CONTINUE IN DURHAM HOUSING MARKET WITH 42.5 PER CENT INCREASE!

DURHAM REGION, April 5, 2017 - Durham Region Association of REALTORS® (DRAR) President Roger Bouma reported 1,349 residential transactions in March 2017, a 16 per cent increase from the same time last year. March also saw the number of new listings in Durham increase to 1,800, significantly up from 976 new listings the previous month, and higher than the 1,474 new listings in March 2016.

DURHAM HOUSING MARKET HITS RECORD HIGH WITH 37 PER CENT INCREASE DURHAM REGION

March 3, 2017 - Durham Region Association of REALTORS® (DRAR) President Roger Bouma reported 833 residential transactions in February 2017, a slight decrease from the same time last year. “We’re seeing a pattern of low inventory and strong demand,” stated Bouma. There were 976 new listings in February 2017, compared to 1,053 in February 2016.

 

RECORD HIGHS WITH 36 PER CENT INCREASE MAKE DURHAM HOTTEST MARKET!!!

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RECORD HIGHS WITH 36 PER CENT INCREASE MAKE DURHAM HOTTEST MARKET

Why ‘Sold Over Asking’ is irrelevant in Toronto’s real estate market

Sold Over Asking

Sold Over Asking” — a phrase those watching the Toronto housing market hear quite frequently these days.

Toronto Real Estate Rises Over 5 Percent In January 2017

Toronto real estate added another record month to the stats. According to the latest release from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), the benchmark prices rose once again. The price increases are being attributed to an increase in sales, and a decrease in inventory.

Top 10 Home Closing Checklist Tips for Sellers

It doesn't matter whether you are selling your home as a short sale or as a traditional seller, your checklist for home selling is identical. There are certain things on a home selling checklist that every responsible seller should do.

Toronto Real Estate Board foresees another year of double digit price increases

The Toronto Real Estate Board is expecting another year of double-digit price increases and a similar number of property sales to those last year.

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