Despite the province still waiting to open up fully and many of us still in a partial lockdown – the real-estate market in Pickering and the Toronto area has shown its resilience with homes and condominiums getting “over-asking” on many transactions. With so few "for sale" signs on neighbourhood lawns, there’s a bit of a frenzy going on with buyers.
If you happen to be a potential seller waiting to see how the 2020 market would play out – perhaps your time has arrived.
My most recent listing on Autumn Crescent in Pickering hadn't been on the market 48 hours before it sold.
There could be many reasons sellers might be reluctant to put their home on the market; employment uncertainty, concerns over the future of the economy and all the social unrest that’s been dominating the news cycle lately may be some of the reasons so many potential sellers seem to be holding back.
For those that have concerns with Covid-19, I’d like to remind everyone that the new Matterport technology allows potential buyers to tour a home in a 3D Virtual environment without setting foot inside.
In addition, my current video walk-throughs and photography also showcase homes and neighbourhoods in great detail. For clients who are looking to view properties on-site, I provide personal protection equipment when entering any home or condominium to keep everyone safe.
If you have any questions on real-estate matters don’t hesitate to give me a call at 416-992-7338 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org