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COMMUNITY EVENTS IN MILTON

COMMUNITY EVENTS IN MILTON

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May 2018

May 5th –  Milton’s Good Neighbour Community Day 8:00 am register at Hugh Foster Hall

April 2018

April 7thGhostly Encounters in Milton, 1:00 pm – 10 pm, Country Heritage Park

April 6thBowl for kids sake – Councillor Zee hamid Challenge, Champs Entertainment Centre 

April 8thMother’s day shopping event 2pm – 5 pm 783 Clements Dr Milton

April 13thMilton Lifestyle Homeshow 3:00 – 8:00 pm Milton Memorial Arena 

April 14thMilton Historical Society Annual Garage Sale 9;30 am – 4 pm

April 28th – Kids Fishing Derby at Mill Pond 8:00 am to 12:50 pm, 13 years and under, prizes and 50/50 raffle

March 2018

March 21stWild Wing West Milton 7-9 pm / Wine Glass Painting

March 22nd5th Annual Charity Wine Tasting 7 pm / Casa Americo

March 24thDowntown Milton Easter Egg Hunt 10 am- 12pm

March 25thBronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival 2018 March 18-24th/ March 30-April 1st

March 27thMompreneurs Momentum Luncheon Series 11:30 am – 1:30 pm Pasqualina’s Fine Food

March 30th, 31st, April 1st 10 am – 4pm Easter Festival “Professional Puppet Show”/hosted by Springride Farm

March 31st – 10 am-12:30 pm Bronte Easter EGGstravaganza and Bunny Trail

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Milton February 2018 Market Statistics

Milton February 2018 Market Statistics

 


*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market

Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

 

Milton Year to date 2018 Market Statistics:


*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market

Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

“When TREB released its Outlook for 2018, the forecast anticipated a slow start to the year compared to the historically high sales count reported in the winter and early spring of 2017. Prospective home buyers are still coming to terms with the psychological impact of the Fair Housing Plan, and some have also had to reevaluate their plans due to the new OFSI-mandated mortgage stress test guidelines and generally higher borrowing costs,” said Mr. Syrianos.

The MLS® Home Price Index Composite Benchmark was up by 3.2 per cent on a year-over-year basis for the TREB market area as a whole. This growth was driven by the apartment and townhouse market segments, with annual benchmark price increases of 18.8 per cent and 7.5 per cent respectively. Single-family detached and attached benchmark prices were down slightly compared to February 2017. The overall average selling price for February sales was down 12.4% year-over-year to $767,818. However, putting aside the price spike reported in the first quarter of 2017, it is important to note that February’s average price remained 12 per cent higher than the average reported for February 2016, which represents an annualized increase well above the rate of inflation for the past two years.

“As we move further into the spring and summer months, growth in sales and selling prices is expected to pick up relative to last year. Expect stronger price growth to continue in the comparatively more affordable townhouse and condominium apartment segments. This being said, listings supply will likely remain below average in many neighbourhoods in the GTA, which, over the long-term, could further hamper affordability,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Director of Market Analysis.

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Mississauga February 2018 Market Statistics

Mississauga February 2018 Market Statistics

*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market

Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

Mississauga Year to date 2018 Market Statistics:


*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market

Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

“When TREB released its Outlook for 2018, the forecast anticipated a slow start to the year compared to the historically high sales count reported in the winter and early spring of 2017. Prospective home buyers are still coming to terms with the psychological impact of the Fair Housing Plan, and some have also had to reevaluate their plans due to the new OFSI-mandated mortgage stress test guidelines and generally higher borrowing costs,” said Mr. Syrianos.

The MLS® Home Price Index Composite Benchmark was up by 3.2 per cent on a year-over-year basis for the TREB market area as a whole. This growth was driven by the apartment and townhouse market segments, with annual benchmark price increases of 18.8 per cent and 7.5 per cent respectively. Single-family detached and attached benchmark prices were down slightly compared to February 2017. The overall average selling price for February sales was down 12.4% year-over-year to $767,818. However, putting aside the price spike reported in the first quarter of 2017, it is important to note that February’s average price remained 12 per cent higher than the average reported for February 2016, which represents an annualized increase well above the rate of inflation for the past two years.

“As we move further into the spring and summer months, growth in sales and selling prices is expected to pick up relative to last year. Expect stronger price growth to continue in the comparatively more affordable townhouse and condominium apartment segments. This being said, listings supply will likely remain below average in many neighbourhoods in the GTA, which, over the long-term, could further hamper affordability,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Director of Market Analysis.

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Georgetown (Halton Hills) February 2018 Market Statistics

Georgetown (Halton Hills) February 2018 Market Statistics

*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market
Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

Halton Hills Year to date 2018 Market Statistics:

*SP= selling price   / LP= list price  /  DOM= days on market


Statistics supplied by the Toronto Real Estate Board

“When TREB released its Outlook for 2018, the forecast anticipated a slow start to the year compared to the historically high sales count reported in the winter and early spring of 2017. Prospective home buyers are still coming to terms with the psychological impact of the Fair Housing Plan, and some have also had to reevaluate their plans due to the new OFSI-mandated mortgage stress test guidelines and generally higher borrowing costs,” said Mr. Syrianos.

The MLS® Home Price Index Composite Benchmark was up by 3.2 per cent on a year-over-year basis for the TREB market area as a whole. This growth was driven by the apartment and townhouse market segments, with annual benchmark price increases of 18.8 per cent and 7.5 per cent respectively. Single-family detached and attached benchmark prices were down slightly compared to February 2017. The overall average selling price for February sales was down 12.4% year-over-year to $767,818. However, putting aside the price spike reported in the first quarter of 2017, it is important to note that February’s average price remained 12 per cent higher than the average reported for February 2016, which represents an annualized increase well above the rate of inflation for the past two years.

“As we move further into the spring and summer months, growth in sales and selling prices is expected to pick up relative to last year. Expect stronger price growth to continue in the comparatively more affordable townhouse and condominium apartment segments. This being said, listings supply will likely remain below average in many neighbourhoods in the GTA, which, over the long-term, could further hamper affordability,” said Jason Mercer, TREB’s Director of Market Analysis.

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