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We know that every property is unique, with a different location, size and price always being a factor in determining potential buyers. Over the years we’ve compiled mountains of data on what demographics will sell your home, and sell it fast. Here are a few of the many things we are able to target when looking for buyers:
67 Madill, Mono
This three bedroom beauty is located just off of Highway 10 in Mono and sits on just over an acre. Featuring a gorgeous private back deck and extra deep garage. Contact me for further details.
13 Highcrest Road, Caledon
Sitting high on the very top of the hill on 3.98 acres is this custom exclusive estate built home. Stunning views from every window. 5 great sized bedrooms, 4 with ensuites. Soaring ceilings in the great room, open concept kitchen/living room and formal dining room are the perfect place for entertaining. Main Floor Laundry, 3 car garage and walk out basement. This home is truly stunning!
4 Putney Rd, Caledon East
Located in sought after Caledon East sits "The Jennifer Model" This stunning, recently upgraded 3+ 1 Bedroom features 2405 Sq Ft, a finished basement complete with office and fourth bedroom. The stunning fully fenced backyard oasis is private and peaceful backing on to green space. This home has been gorgeously upgraded throughout. Just move in and enjoy.
Neighborhood: Caledon East
250 Andrew Street, Shelburne
Own a piece of History in this updated 5 bedroom 2.5 storey home complete with detached garage with electrical, fully fenced backyard and inground pool. Enjoy these fall days sitting on your covered porch or 2nd floor balcony. Basement has been professionally wetproofed and french drained installed. BONUS! This home is being sold with furnishings!
5818 4th Line, New Tecusmseth
Amazing opportunity to own 48.63 acres of clear flat workable land NOT in the greenbelt or Oak Ridges Moraine. 40 acres of organic kidney beans currently being farmed. This property also comes with a gorgeous 11 year old 4 bedroom home. Stay tuned for further details.
69 Mill St, Grand Valley
I am so happy for my Seller that had to complete the process of her sale during these difficult times.
Neighborhood: Grand Valley
5814 10th Line, Erin
SOLD! In Multiples Offers For Top Dollar! Congratulations to my sellers on the sale of their gorgeous country home.
6327 15 Sideroad, Halton Hills
Congratulations to my clients on the purchase of their beautiful home!
5700 Winston Churchill Blvd.
SAFELY SOLD IN MULTIPLES FOR OVER LIST! Four Offers and one lucky buyer!
20558 Hurontario St, Caledon
Congratulations to my MOST AMAZING Sellers on the sale of their home!
4 Young Court, Orangeville
This Gorgeous 4 Bedroom Home Featuring A Recently Renovated Full 2 Bedroom In-Law Suite.
627458 15th Sideroad, Mulmur
Sold in four days with multiple offers and over asking! Congratulations to my amazing sellers!
795506 3rd Line EHS, Mono
Congrats to my great sellers.
9 Briarwood Ave, Caledon
Sold, and we could not be happier for our sellers.
224 Johnson Drive, Shelburne
Sold with multiples!
65 Eastview Drive, Orangeville
Sold with ten offers!.
43 Pridham Place, Tottenham
Sold with multiple offers!
232 Second Ave, Shelburne
Congrats to my sellers and my buyers.
3 Madill Rd.
A quick sale in a great neighbouhood!
Neighborhood: Mount Forest
65 Mill St., Orangeville
Sold in a minute, love these guys!
396064 5th Line
This gorgeous recreational property did not last long! Two offers within hours of listing. A huge congratulations to my Sellers on securing top dollar and a quick closing! Everything they were looking for.
Neighborhood: Horning's Mills
99 Mill Street, Orangeville
Congratulations to my Sellers and Buyer on the sale of this gem of an investment property.
48 Second Street
Congratulations to my Sellers on the sale of their beautiful home.
Neighborhood: Grand Valley
374427 6th Line, Amaranth
Congragulations to my sellers on the quick sale of their amazing home!
48 Pine River Cres, Mansfield
Congragulations to my sellers on the sale of their beuatiful property
730 Cook Crescent
Congratulations to my Seller on a successful sale of her property. I have really enjoyed working with you and look forward to working with you again.
134 Southview Lane, Dundalk
You blinked and it was gone. This gorgeous home and property had a busy weekend of showings. Multiple offers netted these Sellers TOP DOLLAR!
12 Fitzgerald Street, Orangeville
I am not surprised that this beauty sold so quickly and for top dollar! A huge congratulations to my Sellers on the quick and successful sale of their home.
3956056 5th Line, Melancthon
Located in Melancthon just minutes to Shelburne sits this stunning 10 acre recreational property with a pond, gardens and lots of space to enjoy nature.
5612 Olde Base Line, Caledon
21 Offers later and a huge congratulations to my Seller on the sale of her home that has been well loved for many years and holds many great memories.
32429 9th Line, East Garafraxa
How much is my house worth?
A home’s value can be found via an online evaluation website, hiring an licensed appraiser, or working with a real estate agent would give you an exact estimate given that market fluctuations can be so dramatic. The process compares the transactions of comparable homes in your area with real estate data and current market trends to produce your properties value.
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’She managed my expectations, was readily available and sold me on trusting the process; as such, my entire sale was flawless. In this highly competitive service-based industry, Jennifer demonstrates all the attributes of a professional whilst blending the openness and honesty of a good friend. A great fit for anyone!’’
‘’The presentation brochure she put together was spectacular with excellent photos of the house. She was sincere, prompt, caring, dependable and attentive. I have recommended her to several people since the sale of our house. The Best real estate agent in Erin’’
‘’We decided to go with Jennifer right away, she brought 3 buyers to our home sale and that caused multiple offers. We got much much more than we thought we would and the whole experience was tremendous and very professional throughout, our agent forever!’’
‘’As first time home buyers, we didn’t know what to expect. We were definitely nervous and a bit leery to say the least. Through hard work and professionalism, Jennifer has really succeeded in making our experience a very positive one, We loved our Erin real estate agent, thanks Jennifer!’’
‘’Highly recommend Jennifer. She assisted my grandmother in her move and helped her find the perfect home for her. She made what could have been a very stressful situation easy and pleasurable. Her positive energy and her ability to keep my grandmother at ease was amazing. ’’
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Real estate agents Erin: There are currently big plans in place for Erin and its development. There’s plenty of prime land that’s ripe for development, and there are developers already looking at opportunities for home building and other potential options. There are also plans for a new wastewater treatment facility, and these are seen as being vital. Once they’re complete, new development options can be explored and made possible. Click if you’re interested in reading our local reviews from our Erin Ontario Location. It’s clear that the future for growth and development in Erin is very good. It’s not expected to stay the same as it is now for a long time going forward. That’s why many people are looking to move to the area now as prices may rise when new developments start to come to fruition and increase the attractiveness of the area even further.
Erin is more than just a town; it;s an amalgamation of different urban villages, each with its own identity. The fact that the town is structured as a community of smaller villages makes it very unique among other similar areas in Ontario, and it gives it a character like nowhere else. The community spirit is fantastic and the range of different centers deliver variety that lots of people moving into the area find appealing. In total 12,000 live in the area, meaning the community remains small enough to retain its village feel. Despite that, there’s a lot to do in the local area and parents find that it’s an ideal location to raise their young families. It’s historically been a rural farming community, but that’s starting to shift as farming activity in the area declines and more families move in. Although there are still active farms in Erin. Contact us if you would like information on what sells your home quickly.
It’s the suburbs where the greatest demand is now seen in Erin, Ontario. There are many homes hitting the market in these parts of Erin, but they tend to sell relatively quickly. The median house price in Erin is $859,900. There are houses available in the suburbs for less than that, and some of the larger estate homes in the rural areas of Erin sell for significantly more than that. The budget you’ll need to have in place will depend on what kind of property you’re looking for. In the suburbs, the most common types of home are regular 3 bedroom detached or semi-detached homes.
Erin is more than just a town; it;s an amalgamation of different urban villages, each with its own identity. The fact that the town is structured as a community of smaller villages makes it very unique among other similar areas in Ontario, and it gives it a character like nowhere else. The community spirit is fantastic and the range of different centers deliver variety that lots of people moving into the area find appealing. In total 12,000 live in the area, meaning the community remains small enough to retain its village feel. Despite that, there’s a lot to do in the local area and parents find that it’s an ideal location to raise their young families. It’s historically been a rural farming community, but that’s starting to shift as farming activity in the area declines and more families move in. Contact us for a free home evaluation Erin.
When you’re looking for fun events for you and your family, look no further than the Town and Villages of Erin Ontario. Erin is located in beautiful Ontario, Canada. This is an idyllic locale with lush green beauty to explore on their many trails in addition to a well-maintained and reimagined downtown filled with wonderful food and unique shops to explore. Erin hosts a variety of lively and memorable annual events that you’ll want to keep coming back to year after year. There’s something for people from all walks of life to enjoy.
Erin is a town is just 23 kilometres northwest of Georgetown and under 40km west of downtown Brampton, Erin has a long and illustrious history, focused on industry and growth.
Based in Wellington County, Erin was first established in 1820, when the first settlers, George and Nathaniel Roszel from Pennsylavania, arrived in November of that year and acquired land in what is now known as Ballinafad. The following year, William How and his family from England built a home in the area now known as Hillsburgh. It was he who started the first general store in Erin. Henry Trout, Sr. was appointed Town Clerk in the first Township Meeting on January 5th, 1824, and from there, the population grew over the years, from 1,368 in 1841, up to 3,055 in 1850, and are now, as of the 2016 records, 11,439.
Erin was developed after mills were built on the Credit River in 1826 all the way through to 1829. The first settlers included Daniel MacMillan and the Trout family, and was given the name “MacMillan’s Mills,” but although the Trout family built the first sawmill and the MacMillan family are acknowledged as the key significant contributors to the growth of Erin, who came first is up for debate.
A post-office had opened in 1839 (not receiving daily mail until 30 years later), and by 1849, the first place of worship, the Union Church, was being used by residents, despite services being held in homes and other buildings previously. By the year 1851, the population increased to 300 residents and it was at this point, the name of the settlement was Erinsville, but was shortened to Erin later, giving the town the name it is known as today.
At this point, businesses had started to settle, as a distillery, tannery, as well as carding, oatmeal and grist-mills had set up shop in Erin. As the town was on a nearby river, this provided the power for the local mills, which boosted agriculture, milling and wood products manufacturing. By 1869 the population was 600, and 10 years later, the Credit Valley Railroad reached Erin in 1879, which was when Erin was finally incorporated as a village.
As the village gained more residents and popularity, electricity was provided in the village prior to 1890 before a formal power company was officially set up in 1900. This company, Cataract Light & Power generated hydro power at the Cataract location, based in nearby Caledon.
As the town gained in popularity over the 20th century, it merged with nearby Hillsburgh in 1997, and with 11,439 residents, it is a town with the focus on agriculture and rural life. But its community spirit is all over the town, with locations such as the Erin Arena, which hosts community events, and Stanley Park, which hosted dances and similar events.
When you’re looking for fun events for you and your family, look no further than the Town and Villages of Erin. Erin is located in beautiful Ontario, Canada. This is an idyllic locale with lush green beauty to explore on their many trails in addition to a well-maintained and reimagined downtown filled with wonderful food and unique shops to explore. Erin hosts a variety of lively and memorable annual events that you’ll want to keep coming back to year after year. There’s something for people from all walks of life to enjoy.
May brings the Village of Erin’s Annual Summer Celebration. This long-awaited and cheerful day has free events, food tasting, the arts, and a host of music and entertainment.
This month holds Flutters, Frocks & Flowers which is an event for mothers and daughters leading into Mother’s Day. There are special promotions during this time.
June usually brings the culture-enhancing Doors Open events where you can learn and explore the customs and traditions of the area. Many buildings are open to the public for free during this time.
This event-packed month delivers again with the Rotary Rib Fest. Vendors vie for the top place in this delicious and mouthwatering barbecue contest. This is a family-friendly affair with lots of excitement.
The Farmers’ Market begins in June and runs through September and is held every Friday. Farmers’ Markets are events in and of themselves. They are an opportunity to explore local color and culture. You can find everything you’ll need from vegetables and meats to wine and flowers.
Of course, this is the month for the national celebration that is Canada Day! This is a federal holiday that celebrates the anniversary of the Canadian confederations. This day of national pride has parades, fireworks, delicious food, and smile-worthy family entertainment.
The annual Window Wonderland is a delight to behold and something to look forward to. Local shops will create magical window displays to marvel at. Carriage rides will take you to and from your shopping and dining destinations or just give you a chance to sit back and enjoy the decorations. There will be a tree lighting ceremony and holiday festivities.
Whether you currently reside here or wish to visit, check out the community events calendar to find something fun to do. Regardless of when you explore this unique community, be sure to stay and play for a while. They have a delicious and enticing variety of local restaurants and pubs that will surely satisfy everyone in your group.