Delaware Ontario Real Estate


 Delaware is a small village 10 km west from London Ontario with very easy access to Highway 402 with new built homes and the village homes!

Delaware Map

  26 houses in Delaware Ontario sold through MLS in 2016, fom as low as $175,000 up to $540,000 and selling for 98.9% of the asking price and were sold in about 34 days.

Here are all the houses for sale in Delaware Ontario on MLS. 

 In 2015,

  22 houses in Delaware Ontario were sold through our MLS system for an average $355,223 which was 97.4% of the asking price and about 54 days these took to sell.

Delaware Ontario Houses For Sale

There are two new subdivisions over the last few years.

Delaware Speedway

 

   Delaware Speedway is a half-mile paved race track that is one of the oldest in Canada. The track hosts stock car racing every Friday night during the summer, as well as several Saturday and Sunday race features.

  The Longwoods Road Conservation Area features Skah-Nah-Doht, a recreated Iroquoian village complete with longhouses and tours, as well as a museum featuring exhibits of Iroquoian culture and archaeological artifacts. The park hosts a yearly native festival as well as a re-enactment of the Battle of Longwoods.

 There are two elementary schools, Delaware Central Public School (The Mustangs) (Thames Valley District School Board), and Our Lady of Lourdes (The Saints) (London District Catholic School Board). 

 Another great  activity centre is Circle R Ranch and as like London and area , for golfers you have the Oaks, Twin Streams & Oxbow and other courses nearby.Golf courses near Delaware Ontario

 

 Other London Neigbourhoods


Delaware Home Seller Tool Kit


Delaware House Seller Tools


Anything You Are Forgetting When Buying a Home in Delaware Ontario?


Is there anything you are forgetting when buying a home in Southern Ontario?

   Buying a house or buying a condo in London and South West Ontario can be an exciting yet overwhelming series of emotions, both negative and positive.

                                 Real Estate Ideas Delaware Ontario

   I know that when I meet buyers for the first time, be it first time buyers or 5th time buyers and go through a checklist of the buying process, I hear from everyone; “You know, I never even thought of that!”

   Below are some things to think about and get answers to or decide on before you make a purchase and during the purchase process.

  • How much exactly have you been preapproved for a mortgage, is it in writing and at what rate and is that rate guaranteed and for how long?

  • What lawyer are you going to use? Do they specialize in real estate and what is their fee, not just their real estate fee but their disbursements! (You would be surprised of the stories I hear where that low fee did not turn out to be low! Yes, the fee was low, but additional charges such as filing fees, record keeping, and blah and blah fees add up!) Get it in writing; they are lawyers, which would be their advice to you!

  • When working with a REALTOR, do you have to sign a buyer agency contract? Not sure or what is Buyer Agency? Have your REALTOR explain buyer agency to you and if they insist you sign one before showing any homes, fully understand what you are signing and how long are you committed to that REALTOR.  In most cases you don’t and won’t mind being committed, but what if your relationship is not working out! 

 

  • What about a home inspection? Do not leave that to chance or google the least expensive inspector on the web. Home inspectors in Ontario are not regulated and would you trust hundreds of thousands of dollars for a home inspection to save $100 or $200?

 

  These 4 are the more common misconceptions and erroneous information or perceptions that home buyers have.

   Buying a home is the easy part, it is the details that will make you toss and turn at night. Be prepared and sleep well!