London Ontario Real Estate Market September 2015

  September 2015 was a record year for the real estate market  in London Ontario and area. A total of 840 homes sold, up 23.2% overall from September 2014.

  September was also the best for St. Thomas since The London St. Thomas Association of REALTORS (LSTAR) started keeping statistics with 77 homes selling! The average price of a home in St. Thomas is $219,292, up 9.7%.

   The best-selling house style was the two-storey, and then the bungalow, followed by ranches, then townhouse condominiums, and then high rise apartment condos.

   The average price for a detached home Year-to-Date stood at $282,241, up 4.3%, while the average price for a condo in London over the same period stood at $191,197, up 4.6%. Year-to-Date the average price of all homes sold through LSTAR's MLS® stood at $264,791, up 4.2%.

House Style

Units Sold

Average Price

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High rise apt. condo




Unfortunately for some London Ontario home sellers, their houses have not sold in this seller’s market!  

                                                       Why would that be?

How to Get More Money When Selling Your House!


The following chart, based on data taken from CREA’s National MLS® Report for August 2015 (the latest information available), demonstrates how homes in LSTAR's jurisdiction continue to maintain their affordability compared to other major Ontario and Canadian centers.

  London Ontario House Price Comparisons

Getting Started In London Ontario

   Getting started in a new community, with its new culture, languages and customs can be tough. Finding employment, learning a new language and gaining recognition for foreign education and credentials are major challenges that many newcomers face.

                                                             Getting Started in London Ontario

    London cannot afford to lose out on skills and talent of our newcomers.

      If you are new to London Ontario, are planning on moving to London Ontario or knows of someone who is, if they visit Vital Signs they will find a wild array of agencies and contacts that can help in adapting to London Ontario.

Connecting Your Child in London Ontario

 I just helped a family from Winnipeg move to London and with 3 school age children, the parents needed information on pre-school, childrens centres and other child related support services.London Connection

The following is a link that should help all newcomers to London Ontario, plus for Londoners who were not aware of the services being offered in London Ontario.

You can access all of the following:

  • Children's Centres
  • Community Home Child Care
  • I'm Home Program
  • Ontario Early Years Centre
  • School Age Program
  • Extended Day Care-before & after school programs for full day kindergartens
  • Thames Valley District School Board
  • French Immersion
  • London District Catholic School Board

Go to London Children's Connection