A seasoned Realtor® with a passion for delivering exceptional results, Christin brings extensive experience and expertise to every transaction, and interaction.A key differentiator for Christin is her unique value proposition and experience that sets her apart from other Realtors®. A former Toronto City Councillor for Eglinton-Lawrence, Christin has an in-depth understanding and valuable knowledge of not just the neighbourhoods of North Toronto, but also by-laws and city processes, which she now uses to help her clients achieve their real estate goals.
Christin’s commitment to excellence is reflected in the personalized approach she takes with every client, taking the time to understand their unique needs, preferences and goals. With an unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction, she strives to make every real estate transaction a stress-free and rewarding experience for her clients.
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September Market Update
The impact of high borrowing costs, high inflation, uncertainty surrounding future Bank of Canada decisions, and slower economic growth continued to weigh on GTA home sales in September. However, despite the market being better-supplied with listings, the average selling price was up year-over-year.
“The short and medium-term outlooks for the GTA housing market are very different. In the short term, the consensus view is that borrowing costs will remain elevated until mid-2024, after which they will start to trend lower. This suggests that we should start to see a marked uptick in demand for ownership housing in the second half of next year, as lower rates and record population growth spur an increase in buyers,” said TRREB President Paul Baron.
The City of Toronto has increased the Municipal Land Transfer Tax on properties over $3M beginning January 1, 2024.
This doesn’t only affect buyers purchasing at this price point. Sellers will also be affected as buyers will factor this increased closing cost into their budgets when they are looking at homes and making offers.