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Taking Action against Phantom Offers: A Realtor’s Perspective

As of July 1st, The Real Estate Council of Ontario is enforcing rules that will place a stricter criteria on the definition of a bid on a real estate property.

 The phantom bid is an ...

New home construction, row of house

Oakville Real Estate Market Update: June 2015

We are half way through the 2015 real estate year and well into the 3rd quarter. Oakville’s June sales figures are in line with the rest of 2015, yielding a high rate of sale, pushing ...

Oakville Real Estate Update, May 2015, Brandon Jones, Bond Street

Oakville Real Estate Update: May 2015

The beginning of June has marked yet another strong month of real estate sales in Oakville and surrounding areas. The GTA has experienced steady growth from the start of the year, all the way into ...

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Oakville Real Estate Update: April 2015

Spring is in full bloom, the sun is out and the heat is turned up in more than one way. Oakville’s red hot real estate market has never been better, selling large volume at record ...

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Oakville Real Estate Update: March 2015

The spring real estate market is arguably the most opportune time to sell a home. By beating the summer rush a homeowner can take advantage of standing out in the market since the inventory is ...

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Oakville Real Estate Update: January 2015

The Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board has released the first official outlook of the 2015 local real estate market.  Stats look favourable for those wanting to sell in Oakville.

Real Estate Map of Oakville, OMDREB

Fixing and Flipping in the Oakville Real Estate Market

Oakville, Ontario has grown over the years. From 165,000 residents in 2006 to 182,000 in 2011, according to the latest census, Oakville has grown by over 10% in just 5 years.

Pie Chart Oakville Market Average Price, December 2015

Oakville Real Estate Update: December 2014

Oakville has been described as an Ontario treasure, with a small town feel just a stone throw away from the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s big city vibe, our small suburban towns popularity is constant.