Tag: real estate

Boom to Balance

Current Real Estate Trends in Lakelands West and Owen Sound & Grey/Bruce.
By James McGregor Sales Representative, CIPS* and Max Hahne Broker, IRES**, RSPS†, Engel & Völkers McGregor Hahne Group.

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Building Momentum

Southern Georgian Bay is undergoing change. From a real estate market perspective, where are we now, and where do we go from here? Escarpment Magazine interviewed local realtors, developers, municipal planners, and property appraisers to get their take on the past and present state of the market, current development activity, and predictions moving forward.
By Marc Huminilowycz

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Change, Choice, Time & Place

To live in South Georgian Bay is to embrace change and choice. The beauty of the lifestyle here is that we can often choose how and where to spend our time. In this column, I’m choosing to share my knowledge and insights about our evolving local real estate markets throughout our changing seasons.
Words by Eva Landreth, Realtor at Seasonal Properties.

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Market Watch

What a rollercoaster 2020 has been. The year started strong, crashed to a halt in the second quarter and then bounced like a ball into the third quarter. Since then, record after record has been set. It has been a great market for sellers, but has been tough on buyers and their REALTORS®. Is there an end in sight?

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A Modern Take

When the McMasters purchased this sprawling Creemore property, an abandoned farmhouse sat vacant among the lush vegetation and mature maple trees. The couple enlisted the help of Ken Zeggil Construction Inc. and together created a home that seamlessly combines innovative architecture with contemporary design

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Market Watch

As I have written in this space many times, change is constant. Paradigms shift, new players come into the market, technology changes the way we do things. Real Estate seems particularly affected by this these days. The number of companies portraying themselves as “dis- ruptors” to the real estate industry have been multiplying at what seems like an exponential rate.

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Over the Top

We originally bought this land to build a weekend home—the idea was to have a destination home for family and friends to come together.” Suffice to say, once the couple put pen to paper and realized the potential of this build, they decided to make this magnificent home a principal residence for themselves, daughter Ava, son, Noah and golden retriever, Carter.

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