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John Gaio

Sales Representative

Royal LePage Certified Realty, Brokerage*

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Condominiums to outperform single-family segment in Canada’s major urban centres next year, as buyers seek entry-level housing

Demand for condominiums in Canada’s three largest urban centres, and most major cities across the country, is expected to outpace that of the single-family residential segment in the new year, as homebuyers who have been sitting on the sidelines begin to return to the market in search of more affordable housing options, amid higher interest rates and increased day-to-day living costs.

With price correction largely behind us, home prices in Canada are expected to end next year just 1% below 2022

While home prices in many real estate markets across Canada have recorded modest declines over the last few quarters, largely due to the rising cost of borrowing, the rate of decline has slowed. With the expectation that the Bank of Canada’s interest rate hike campaign is coming to a close, Royal LePage is forecasting that the national aggregate price of a home in the fourth quarter of 2023 will be $765,171, 1.0% below Q4 of 2022.

Holiday gift guide for the new homeowner on your list

Are you searching for the perfect gift for someone who has recently purchased a house or condo? With the holidays around the corner, now is the perfect time to give the new homeowner in your life something they’ll truly love and appreciate. Whether you want to splurge, buy something small, or give a group gift, this list has options for every budget.

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Median house price in Canada’s winter recreational property market forecast to dip 3% over the next year

The cost of buying a winter recreational property in Canada’s popular ski regions is projected to decrease slightly over the next 12 months, as sales continue to trend down from the historically high levels reported in 2021.

Looking for a chalet to escape to this winter? Here are the latest property price trends in Quebec’s popular ski regions

With the beautiful days of fall weather behind us, the first flurries of snow appeared in late November, preparing us for winter activities and the holiday season ahead. For some, the prospect of purchasing a winter recreational property is the perfect place for a family getaway, enjoying retirement, or to collect rental income. Whatever the reason for the purchase of such a property, or the sale of one, it is important to be aware of current market trends.

How to beat the (work from home) winter blues

Working your nine-to-five in the dead of winter can be a struggle regardless of whether you do your job from a cubicle or the comfort of home. Although remote working certainly has its perks — like skipping slushy rush hour commutes or shoveling the driveway early in the morning — it can also present unique challenges during the winter months.

How home sellers can be successful in a cooling market

It’s no secret that Canada’s real estate market has undergone a notable shift for home sellers this year. Homeowners listing their property now might experience a slight increase in comparable inventory, extra days on the market and fewer offers, compared to 2021.

Although the market has changed, sellers still have every opportunity to stand out when putting their home up for sale, if they take the extra time to prepare. Here are some dos and don’ts for sellers to consider in order to be successful in today’s cooling housing market:

How to close your cottage for the winter

For many people, a cottage is the idyllic retreat into the great outdoors; a place where weekends can be spent hanging out by the lakeside or gathering around the outdoor firepit. Unfortunately, cottage life isn’t always a year-round affair, and many unwinterized recreational properties need to be temporarily closed before the snow hits.

Before freezing temperatures arrive, consider taking the following steps to properly prepare your cottage for the winter season:

Create your own space in a shared place

While a recent Royal LePage survey found that a large number of millennials haven’t given up on their dream of owning a home, many Canadians continue to live in shared accommodations – whether with family or roommates. But, just because you live with others… doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a space to call your own.

Decorate your home with ease this fall

Fall is a beautiful time of year. As the leaves change colour, pumpkin patches open, and people enjoy spiced lattes and sweater weather, it’s only fitting to add a little fall flair to your home as well. And, seasonal décor doesn’t have to be difficult or break the bank. 

Just in time for the Thanksgiving long weekend, here are some simple tips to warm up your home and a touch of autumn to your style:  

Warm up your front entrance

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