Another Month of Increases in the Real Estate Market!
Residential home sales continue to remain strong through the end of 2020. 566 homes in the Niagara Region were sold in December of 2020. This was an increase of 56% from December 2019!
“Happy New Year!! The dream of a lifestyle change paired with affordability played a strong role in moving the December 2020 Homes Price Index in Niagara upwards once again. We are in a Sellers Market with multiple offers, due to lower supply and higher demand from buyers seeking home ownership and investments. We anticipate a healthy spring market. If you are considering a move, please call a local Realtor® to discuss your options.” Said Terri McCallum, President of the Niagara Association of REALTORS®.
So, take a look at how Niagara and your municipality performed compared to December of 2019 below!
‘Tis The Season!
We wanted to recognize our many kind and generous clients and we are sharing some of those pictures with you!
It was amazing to see so many wonderful smiles while spreading the joy of the season!
This COVID Christmas will be unlike any we have experienced.
The Salisbury Team appreciates your personal business and referrals! Thank you for continuing to choose me and The Salisbury Team to help you in all of your real estate endeavours.
It was so much fun travelling around Niagara
and seeing these happy people!
Real Estate Numbers for November 2020 are in…
The winds of November ushered in a new season. A few stormy nights, Black Friday and record-high online shopping on Cyber Monday in preparation for December and the Holiday Season kept many of us busy.
There is a chill in the air but that does not mean the real estate market has cooled off!What happened in real estate? What did the market look like? And how did we do compared to November of last year?
December 1st has been designated as World AIDS Day.
SOS Children’s Villages
Real Estate Numbers for October 2020 are in…
…and it’s another record breaking month!!
October seemed to blow by in more ways than one! We continued to have amazing weather and a few windy storms. As we rake up the leaves and prepare our homes for winter it is always good to take a break and do a little light reading.
Let’s look at some numbers!!
September in Niagara usually means one thing: It’s Niagara Grape and Wine Festival Season!
This amazing time of celebration and joy has had to make some big changes.
COVID-19 has resulted in the cancellation of some of the usual events – and the re-imagining of others. We can still enjoy many of the main attractions of the festival in new and creative ways while still following local and provincial government guidelines. Combine that with the creativity of the Niagara Grape and Wine Fall Festival organizers, and the joyous celebration goes on!
If we could only participate in one thing during Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, it would be either “The Parade” or The Centre Stage surrounded by local winery and food booths. BOTH have new formats this year.
The CENTRE STAGE Saturday night performances will not be held in Montebello Park, as they have in the past. Instead they will go virtual September 19th and 26th, with a few local establishments live streaming the performances.
The Grape and Wine Festival Grand Parade has been cancelled for this year but organizers have come up with something fun and unique!! The MERIDIAN PORCH PARADE will take place Saturday September 26th. It is quite an interesting format as outlined on the Niagara Grape and Wine 2020 Fall Festival website.
Celebrate all that Niagara Wine Country has to offer over the next few weeks and have fun while STAYING SAFE!!
We would love to hear what you, your family and friends are doing this year to celebrate Niagara Grape and Wine.
Please comment and let us know!!
As we head into fall it is interesting to look at the last month of summer and see how the real estate market has performed. With so may variables surrounding COVID-19, and the impact it has had on our lives, it is time to get some answers…
What happened in real estate? What did the market look like? And how did we do compared to August of last year??
Time to look at some numbers. Are they what you expected during these uncertain times?
We would love to hear what you think!!