Summer is almost over, kids are back in school, and much to some people’s dismay, the seasonal scent of pumpkin spice is in the air. We’re two-thirds of our way through the year and while kids’ schedules and the habits of pumpkin spice lovers are predictable again, there have been some noteworthy shifts in the
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY HOME GROUP REALTY The decision to sell your Guelph home isn’t an easy one. In fact, research has ranked selling a home as second to relationship breakups for the most stressful experience in a person’s life! The same survey said that people are more stressed out about selling their home than planning
Baby Boomers. Maybe you’re part of this infamous group born roughly between 1946 and 1964, starting just after World War II. Or maybe they’re your parents or grandparents. Regardless of your relationship, the sheer size of this generation has an impact on the Guelph housing market.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY HOME GROUP REALTY When you see all those “FOR SALE” signs pop up in your Guelph neighbourhood — and then see them change to “SOLD” shortly afterward — it’s easy to feel like you’re missing out if you’re not buying a home this year. So, you run the numbers, spend nights scrolling
ORIGINALLY POSTED BY HOME GROUP REALTY We know that the home buying process is daunting, and it might seem like you have a million tasks on your plate. Everyone is giving you advice, but what should you really spend your time worrying about? We asked a recent first-time homebuyer what she wishes she knew before
At the start of the year, there was a great article written by MacLean’s implying that perhaps 2019 was the year of the housing market correction. The article discussed the beginning signs of correction and how the Government was likely going to raise interest rates two to three times in 2019.
Have you read the latest news about the housing market? Reports relating to sales activity in May reveal that the housing market in Guelph and Toronto are showing an increase in the average price for residential real estate.
It’s a busy time of year for home buyers in Guelph. Statistically, April and May are the largest sales volume months on the real estate calendar. But, despite the bump in sales activity, this doesn’t necessarily mean that prices increase as well.
Every year, the first few months seem to fly by. Before you know it, you’re into Spring weather and the housing market is in full swing. But before we look forward, let’s take a look back on three interesting facts for the first quarter housing market in Guelph.
When you’re looking for a home to buy there are many considerations to take into account: budget, timing, size of the house, neighbourhood, and perhaps other factors unique to your situation.