Conditions continue to favour the sellers in the heated Brantford residential resale market. Demand for home was up 23% month over month with most neighbourhoods and prices ranges strongly favouring the sellers.
Conditions for home sellers in the Brantford real estate market are as string as I have seen in my career. Continued low inventory levels and high demand for homes means quality properties are selling for top prices in short time. Watch the video for full analysis.
Spring Has (Finally) Arrived! The moment we have all been waiting for has finally arrived! Winter is over, the sunny weather and warmer (and longer) days have brought home shoppers out of hibernation. In fact, the last in the last 2 weeks we have sold 4 properties we multiple offers.
We have analyzed the past 3 years of all homes listed and sold in Brantford. Here are the results.
Mother Nature Has A Change of Heart, Sellers Hold The Power, and CMHC Wants To Charge You More – Watch The Video
Video Update: As we exit the polar vortex of January sales of homes are ramping up along with a flood of new properties hitting the market
We just released out January market update video. There has been a lot going on in the real estate market the past month and a half. Check out the video and slides below for a detailed updated. Quick Details: December activity was on pace with previous years The MLS database switch over is complete Be […]
Below are some detailed slides (the same ones from the video above). The overall real estate market has been very strong this year – fuelled mostly by low inventory levels. Watch the video and if you have any questions about your specific area and home feel free to request a FREE Custom Report on Your […]
Autumn is here and that normally means a slowdown in the Brantford real estate market. However – our research is showing that conditions are still very strong for home owners and sellers…..read on.
The Brantford market is still very active and strong heading into the fall/winter. Full video analysis and charts.
I’ll keep my writing short and sweet this month – check out the video above and charts below. Our team is always avalible to chat in more details about how today’s market conditions are effecting your property. Have a great August!
The weather is really hot and so is the local real estate market. Overall conditions are favouring the sellers. 154 deals made last month – 261 new listings and total inventory is now at 387.
June 2013 – Overall market conditions are favoring the sellers here in Brantford. 153 deals made last month – 209 new listings and total inventory is now at 426. These are all very strong numbers for Brantford historically.
Last month (April 2013) there were 125 deals negotiated between buyers and sellers, while 231 new listings came on the market. Total available properties at the time of publication is 427 across the city.
Overall conditions are stable and the balance of supply and demand city-wide is in favour of the sellers slightly. Last month there were 109 sales in Brantford – up just slightly from the previous month. Inventory is is up 13% – now 394 properties available in Brantford – still a low number compared to previous years.
Overall conditions improved significantly last month with 105 sales in February, a 57% increase over January. Total available properties is at 351 city-wide, only a 7% increase.
Burrrr. Winter is finally here in Brantford – snow on the ground and below zero temperatures. Let’s take a look at what effect this is having on the local real estate market.
Homedale & Lansdowne, which is basically the area from Brant Ave. southwest to the river is the hottest neighbourhood right now. 6 sales in the past 30 days and only 16 homes available.
After an unusually quiet September the Brantford real estate market was back with a bang in October. 135 deals were made for the purchase and sale of residential resale homes in Brantford last month (Oct. 2012) making it the busiest October since we began tracking the monthly data in 2009.
Improving economic conditions and higher net migration will help stabilize housing markets in both Hamilton and Brantford CMAs by the second half of 2013. In the new home markets, residential construction activities will return to more sustainable levels in line with household formation.