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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:
16866 McLaughlin Road, Caledon Village
ln the most prestigious area of Caledon this home offers 61.6 acres of property 14,000 Sq Ft of living space in rural Caledon, meandering streams Black Creek & Credit River.
428510 25th SDRD, Mono
47 Acres lush vegetation, manicured grounds, 2.5 km of groomed trails. Detached heated & insulated workshop. Low Taxes!
226473 Southgate 22 Road, Southgate
Over 13 acres of peace and serenity featuring a ranch style bungalow with stunning views and a 40X28 workshop with epoxy & heated flooring.
254130 9th Line, Amaranth
Country living at its best! 2-storey Tudor style home on 4.78 acres of level & treed land with a barn with 2 stalls. 3 + 1 bedroom, 3 bath home.
103 Avonmore Cres, Orangeville
Perfectly located in Orangeville this beautifully renovated 3 bedroom 3 level side split comes complete with an in-law suite with separate entrance and kitchen.
6 Erindale, Avenue, Orangeville
This beautiful 4 bedroom home features a large lot and no neighbours behind! Located close to all amenities and a park just down the street this is an ideal home for the growing or multigenerational family.
681163 260 Sdrd, Melancthon
Beautiful partly cleared building lot ready for your custom built home in the quiet hamlet of Riverview. Backs on to farmers fields. 0.50 Acre.
4 Young Court, Orangeville
4 Putney Rd, Caledon East
5814 10th Line
232 Second Ave, Shelburne
6327 15 Sideroad, Halton Hills
5700 Winston Churchill Blvd.
20558 Hurontario St, Mulmur
627458 15th Sideroad, Mulmur
13 Highcrest Road, Caledon
795506 3rd Line EHS, Mono
224 Johnson Drive, Shelburne
69 Mill St, Grand Valley
65 Mill St., Melancthon
374427 6th Line, Amaranth
48 Pine River Cres, Mansfield
67 Madill, Mono
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We’ve put together a list of the real estate pricing factors in the Erin, Ontario Canada area. Demand-side factors and available supply play into exactly how much real estate prices will rise or fall. Back to jenjewell.ca.
housing prices are slightly higher than in other areas of the province. The housing prices are set to match the income of those who are living in the area.
Erin, Ontario Canada has a healthy population of around 7,000 residents. And, many of those residents are younger. Since the population is spread out among different age groups, this is a very family-friendly place to live.
This is in the southeast corner of Grey County. In the 1960s, Walter and Phylis Walls purchased the Erin Herald (current owners) and is one of the last independently owned newspapers in the area. For information on Erin real estate: Common Law Matrimonial Home After Separation for Erin
Boughs & Bows This is an event put on by Grey Roots Museum and Archives at the Moreston Heritage Village. Take time with the family to walk the trails of the village and learn about the holiday traditions of the past. As well, the museum is open for exploration to everyone. Bring along a hot beverage to drink as you wander the trails! Jennifer Jewell