April 2017

Found 3 blog entries for April 2017.

49 Terrace St, London OntarioFully licenced purpose-built Triplex between downtown and Victoria Hospital. Currently under-rented with tremendous upside potential.

Nearly $50,000 has gone into renovations over the past 3 years, including new furnace, owned water heater, electrical, plumbing, flooring, drywall, insulation, bathroom & kitchen upgrades, & more!


49 Terrace St, LondonUpper 2-bedroom unit is currently owner occupied, and will stay on as a tenant @ $800/mo + hydro until a new home is found.

Lower Level 1-bedroom unit could be converted to a 2-bedroom using the adjoining storage/other room (furnace & water heater were recently moved to accommodate this); current tenant paying $621 all inclusive. All units separately metered.


49 Terrace StGood clean tenants who don’t miss rent + low

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14 Forest Ave, St. Thomas OntarioCharm & elegance awaits you in this updated Century Home!

Tons of natural woodwork, stained glass, hardwood floors, and pocket french doors.


14 Forest Ave, St. ThomasUpdated kitchen, windows, electrical, and plumbing. Gorgeous wrap around porch, and rear covered deck to admire the large fenced & treed back yard.

3 spacious bedrooms, 2nd floor laundry (could be 4th bedroom), and 3rd floor bonus room (approx. 600 sq ft finished attic space).


14 Forest AveLower level partially finished with walk-out. Great central location and tree lined street.


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Best March Ever!

The London and St Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) announced another record month for residential sales in March, with a total of 1,242 homes sold, an increase of 44% over the same period last year. This represents the best results ever for March since LSTAR began tracking sales data in 1978.

"We continue to experience a very robust marketplace, with some very strong year-to-date sales as well," said Jim Smith, LSTAR 2017 President. "After the first quarter of 2017, year-to-date sales are up by 30.4%, compared to 2016. We've been telling consumers who are thinking about putting their home on the market that current conditions are very encouraging. You have to go back to 2004, the only other instance when sales surpassed 1,000

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