Why comb through pages and pages of market statistics when there’s a distilled, easily-digestible alternative that gives you that conveys all the most important figures?
This clear concise infographic presents the Toronto Real Estate Board’s figures for February 2018. Thanks to our broker – Bosley Real Estate Ltd. – whom we’ve been aligned with for over twenty years!
Reflecting on the past month’s statistics and trends is extremely important for making educated prudent decisions moving forward.
That’s why the Urbaneer Team combines market research, media reports, and street-level experience to gently guide you without pressure or hassle.
Here’s a ‘Tales From The Real Estate Trenches’ post from last week called On Toronto’s East Side 42 Buyers Bid On 3 Properties Tuesday Night.
This is our latest: Urbaneer’s Winter 2017/2018 Toronto Real Estate Forecast – Part One & Part Two.
Looking for additional supplementary reads?
TREB 2017 Annual Statistics Demonstrate Market Decline
The Psychology Of Real Estate, Housing & Home
Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs And Toronto Real Estate For Buyers And This One For Sellers
Do you need help applying your own personal context to all of the factors that exist around the market? At Urbaneer, we been navigating the Toronto real estate market for 25 years! May we help you on your house hunt, sell your home for top dollar, or strategize your position on the property ladder?
Please know we’re here to help!
Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
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