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Collingwood and Area Real Estate Barometer Feb.3-9/17

Posted by Sherry Rioux on February 11, 2017

This market summary includes data for Collingwood, Blue Mountains, Wasaga Beach, Clearview, Grey Highlands and Meaford. The information was obtained from the MLS® statistics provided by the Southern Georgian Bay Association of REALTORS®.  Previous week(s) in brackets.

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New Listings: 22 (25, 16, 24)
Average List Price: $694,986
Range of List Prices: $199,900 – $1,995,000
Number of Sales: 20 (21, 14, 19)
Range of Sale Prices:  $80,000 – $690,000

New Listings:  13 (7, 9, 4)
Average List Price:  $372,723
Range of List Prices:  $155,000 – $1,495,000
Number of Sales:  4 (5, 6, 3)
Range of Sale Prices:  $135,000 – $476,000

Vacant Land
New Listings:  12 (24, 3, 12)
Number of Sales: 6 (6, 5, 4)
Range of Sale Prices: $39,500 – $345,215

Price Changes this week:  14

Notables this week:  

  • 2 Single Family residences sold at the asking prices, and 1 sold for more than the asking price
  • 2 condo sold for  more than the asking prices and 1 sold at the asking price
  • 1 vacant land listing sold at the asking price and 3 sold for more than the asking price

Note: All statistics obtained from the Southern Georgian Bay Association of REALTORS® Real Estate Board.

2 thoughts on “Collingwood and Area Real Estate Barometer Feb.3-9/17

  • Nasir Siddique
    on February 12, 2017

    Dear Marg,

    I visited Collingwood few weeks ago to look at new developments and really liked the town and surrounding recreational amenities.

    I have been looking for a new build home and have been offerec a 3,400 sq ft home in Red Maple by Consar Developments. I have read about some past issues but spoke directly to Ken Michaud who explained the history and context.

    Can you please give me some advise. Looking for a home that I could rent out in the future and also use perhaps the basement for a short holiday in winter/summer.


    Nasir Siddique

  • Marg
    on February 12, 2017

    Hi Nasir. It’s great to hear that you like our area which really is fantastic. We do have a high demand for both annual and seasonal rentals in the area. In regard to investing, there are many different approaches depending on your personal situation; some people look for something counting on appreciation, others to renovate and resell and, others to have a long term strategy. For this reason, I only really give advice to my own clients once I fully understand their needs and dreams. I’d suggest you contract with a local agent you trust to represent you in a purchase in the area. I’d love to be considered for the job and would be happy to meet with you. Thanks again for dropping by the blog.

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