It comes as no surprise to most Canadians that, as the country continues to put the last few years of financial instability behind it, housing sales continue to rise. This graph, recently released by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), demonstrates this, outlining some of the different trends that have impacted both spikes and declines. As the graph illustrates, sales in 2013 have been strong and continue to increase, signaling good things for the future. Even with CMHC guideline changes, criticized by some as a bad move as far as future home sales, Canadians are still purchasing and the real estate industry continues to thrive.
Sales right now are the highest they have been in almost three years, but how can you, as a real estate sales professional, work to keep them high? It is simple. With a few real estate tools that make finding the perfect home for your clients trouble-free, you can ensure that those sales are ending up on your desk and the commissions in your wallet.
– Property Details Report: use this tool to access information regarding MPAC data, ownership, sales history and property images.
– Neighbourhood Sales Report: use this tool to gauge market value by comparing recent sales in a given neighbourhood.
– Neighbourhood Demographics Report: use this tool to find out about age distribution, family statistics, average income, etc.
– Aerial Imagery: use this tool to determine the desirable (and undesirable) features of a neighbourhood.
Get the information you need to find your clients the home they love and close the deal from the comfort of your office.
For more information about GeoWarehouse real estate tools please contact us at 1-866-237-5937 or visit www.geowarehouse.ca.