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Coronavirus And Its Impact On Canadian Real Estate

The continued spread of coronavirus has understandably raised concerns around Canada and the world. The well-being of our clients and their families is of deepest concern to us, and your safety will remain our top priority as this situation continues to evolve.

As we move forward, we are taking active measures to monitor the situation closely and follow the latest guidance from our local, provincial and federal authorities to ensure that our practices are aligned with the latest recommendations.

In the midst of this pandemic, our CEO Phil Soper has reached out with these encouraging words regarding the coronavirus and its impact on Royal LePage and Canadian real estate:

“I write to assure you that Royal LePage has detailed business continuity and

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Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions of your life. Which is why finding a real estate agent with the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process is key.

Here are the top 4 tips for finding an agent that is perfect for you:

Get referrals from your network

With so many real estate agents vying for your attention, it can be hard to narrow it down. A great place to start is by asking family and friends who have bought or sold property recently. They can help refer you to an agent with whom they’ve had a good experience with.

Ideally, you’ll want someone with experience working with clients who are similar to you. For instance, the needs of a first time home buyer are different than someone looking to downsize. It

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As 2019 comes to an end, we look back on a year of resilience for housing markets across Toronto and the GTA. Not only did sales numbers stabilize and resume an upward climb, but prices also demonstrated some strength and sustainability.

Leading real estate experts are expecting this trend to continue into the new year. Royal LePage forecasts a 4.75% increase year-over-year to the aggregate price of a home in the GTA. The median price of a condominium and two-storey detached home are expected to rise 6% and 4.5% year-over-year respectively.

The positive forecast is supported by strong immigration numbers that are likely to maintain a sustained demand in Canada’s most populous housing markets.

Tight market conditions influenced by low supply

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