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Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited

393 First St Suite 100, Collingwood, ON L9Y 1B3

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+1 (519) 270 0839

NEW LEASE LISTING📍 • Calling all winter enthusiasts! This beautiful property is located just 5 minutes to Thornbury and 10 minutes to the ski clubs. The Summit View Community maintains 65 acres of private cross-country and snowshoe trails right at your doorstep! The historic charm in this home creates both a private and yet central setting for your seasonal getaway! The main floor master has a beautifully updated ensuite. The living space is complimented by a cozy fireplace and eat-in kitchen. However, the formal dining room can easily accommodate your country Christmas! Book your showing today! $8500. Utilities in addition to rent. Pets considered😻🐶🐰🐸🙊.

It was an honour to be team captain of the Chestnut Park Peak Performers at this year’s Everest Challenge! We hiked @bluemtnresort collectively 40 times in support of the @cgmhfoundation Our team raised $4650 towards the hospital’s purchase of two new surgical tables for the operating rooms.


September Market Report 📍 . The good news is that with the continued demand from Buyers seeking neighborhoods and communities offering lifestyle choices as well more affordable housing options than available in the Greater Toronto Area, residential sales in the Western Region jumped 33.1 % year over year with 201 sales reported this September compared to 151 sales for the same period last year. On a year-to-date basis, home sales in the Western Region numbered 1558, up 10.9 % over September 2018. New listings totaled 332 at the end of September vs 291 in September 2018, boasting a 14.1 % increase year over year. Active listings were up 12.8 % over last September with 802 properties available vs 711 in September 2018. The average sale price for a residential property was $542,488, up 13.7 % year over year. The Sales to New Listings Ratio for September 2019, was 60.5 up from 51.9 last September, indicating a strong Seller’s market but without the frenzy and hype of a few years ago. However with consistently low inventory and ongoing high demand pushing prices up, the ongoing concern for affordability is on everyone’s mind.

October is this country property’s favourite colour 🍁 . This 4 bed 4 bath home is surrounded by natural beauty! The outbuilding, currently zoned commercial, is ready for whatever your heart desires (and designs). See link in bio or contact me for more details🏠

JUNE Market Report 📌 • Much to the delight of many prospective Buyers, new listings totaled 408 at the end of June 2019 vs 358 in June 2018 boasting a 14.0% increase in new listings across the Western Region year over year and marking a five year high for new supply in June. Active listings were up 33.4% over last June with 886 properties available vs 664 June 2018, providing some relief to the very tight market conditions experienced over the past 2.5 years. With more listings to choose from, sales activity rebounded 5.1 % year over year. On a year-to-date basis, home sales in the Western Region numbered 929 units over the first six months of the year, rising 1.2% from the same period in 2018. Likely due in part to increased sales activity in higher priced properties and with the ongoing demand driving prices upward, the average sale price for a residential property across the Western Region increased a substantial 9.4% year over year to $536,718. Within the Western Region the average sale price increased year over year in all areas with the exception of the Town of the Blue Mountains, which showed a 10.9% decrease in average sale price. The Sales to New Listings Ratio for June 2019, was 45.3, down from 49.2 last June, slipping out of the strong Sellers market that we have experienced over the past few years, however still within balanced market conditions. Months of Inventory was 4.8 at the end of June 2019, up from 3.8 months reported at the end of June 2018. Both Buyers and Sellers seem to be responding well to more balanced conditions.