Earlier this week I received the following email which raised several questions about the availability of vacant land in the County. I thought the questions might be of interest to other readers so I am […]
On Thursday of this week, I have the priviledge of taking part in a (virtual) panel discussion about the Covid-19 impact on real estate and short-term rentals in particular. The panel will be part of […]
As heard on The Grapevine on 99.3 County FM on July 13th, 2020. Real estate broker Treat Hull and show host Lynn Pickering discuss the post-Covid-19 recovery in local real estate and the implications for […]
If the median price for a single-family home in the County doubled between 2009 and 2018 (which they did), does that mean my house doubled in value? Answer: maybe. First, a few definitions. Most of […]
A recent Supreme Court ruling on MLS data favours consumers by making this information widely available. This is a progressive step with important long-term implications for the real estate industry.
Opinions differ, but many real estate authorities believe that the Toronto market is over-heated and is due for a correction. If that happens, what will happen to real estate in Prince Edward County? If and […]
The statement “people in the County are having sex” falls into the category of true…but misleading. It’s true because I’m sure someone, somewhere in the County is doing it, but in reality the other 25,000 […]
It’s easy to understand why the traditional recipe for success in real estate is “list or die”. Listings obviously attract buyers, but listings also lead to situations where the listing agent is also the one […]