January 2017

There are 3 blog entries for January 2017.


Today in the studio, we have Rob Golfi with Rick Zamperin and Jennifer Draho, Sales Representative with The Golfi Team.

2016 ended with a bang. Normally December is a month where everyone is in Holiday mode and there is not a lot of action in Real Estate. Rob Golfi says that his expectations for sales for the month of December was much more conservative than the actual numbers for the month. The Golfi Tem sales for the month of December 2016 were double from last year for the same month. Stats from the real estate board show that sales were up for the whole board for December 2016 compared to last year. The weather may have been a factor. We didn't have 2 feet of snow to walk through to be able to show a house. With the warm weather, people continued

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Chris Sarievski is a Remax real estate agent who moved back to Macedonia with his family when he was 4 years old. Macedonian is his first language and English is his second. He has also learned to speak Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian. Being one of the only Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian speaking realtors in this area, has given Chris the opportunity to use his native tongues in his everyday work.

Chris Sarievski is a consistent top performing realtor in the Hamilton Burlington and Niagara real estate market, he goes the extra mile and works hard to achieve the results his clients deserve and expect from him!

His clientele consists of first time buyers that take comfort in knowing he will take the time necessary to help guide them through

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Rob Golfi is in the studio with Mike McNeil and Rick Zamperin. Topics today include

1. The change in the market from 2015 to 2016. On Hamilton Mountain from January to June 2016, the average selling price of a single family home was $385,000. Comparing July to Dec 31st of 2016, the average selling price of a home increased to 415,000. This is a $30,000 increase in only 6 months. CHMC predicts a further 17% increase in prices in 2017 in the Hamilton/Burlington area.On the other hand OREA (The Ontario Real Estate Association) predicts that there will be less sales so that means that inventory will be tight in 2017 as the availability of homes goes down. This means that if you buy a home soon, chances are prices will go up by end of year and the investment

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