Riverbend Houses & Condos in London Ontario


 As of October 5, 2017, the average days on the market for a house or condo to sell in Riverbend was 19 days, for a breakdown of sale prices to asking prices and more, contact me for more detailed information:
 We have the facts about real estate in London Ontario
 I can give you :
  • Days on the market vs List Price Median for the last 10 years


  • Historic count of active listings


  • Historic sales for the last 10 years


  • Historic sales price trends


  • Historic sales and price range


  • Original price vs sold price


  • Sale price / listprice ratios


 Why is this information important? Whether you were buying or selling, these numbers will give you peace of mind of the neighbourhood trends, plus, a confidence level for price, expectation levels for negotiating and about 8 other advantages I can help you with.


 Our knowledge of the market, our ability to get hard facts and not assume anything or give an opinion that could be biased is the cornerstone of our business and the reason why our volume of business and referrals are growing exponentially.


 Oh, a hard work ethic makes a huge difference as well!

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            Riverbend Real Estate Market  & Hunt Club West 

 55 houses sold in Riverbend/Hunt Club West neighbourhood of London Ontrio in 2016 through MLS , starting from as low as $316,000 up to $1,150,000 which was 97.6% of the asking price and these were on the market an average 51 days. 

39 condos were sold in 2016 between  $287,000 to $590,000  for 99.6% of the asking price and these were on the market an average 66 days! 


60 houses exchanged hands in Riverbend & Hunt Club West in 2015 for an average sale price of $520,066 which was 97% of the asking price and on average; these houses took 49  days to sell.

In the same period, 22 condos sold for $372,877 which was 98% of the  asking price and were on the market an average 65 days!

                         Riverbend Market Stats

In 2014 

 The Riverbend neighbourhood real estate market in West London saw 47 houses exchanging hands for an average sale price of $481,186 which was 98% of the asking price and those that did sell took approximately 51 days!

    16 condos in Riverbend and Hunt Club West sold in the same period for 97% of the asking price of $397,462 and these condos were on the market 59 days. 


                         Bike Trails galore in Riverbend

 This is becoming a sought after neighbourhood, prices are stable and yearly more services and businesses are being open.

 Take Oxford Street West to Kains Road and see this neigbourhood with street names such as: Shore RoadKirpatrick WayRiverbend RoadTigerlily RoadJack Nash Drive and the beautiful gated Riverbend Golf Community.

   You are just 11 minutes or less to downtown London, great shopping and great nature trails, bike paths, golfing and more.

 With 5 golf courses within 4 KM, what can I say? For nature lovers, the walking trail along the Thames River is magnificent & there is also Warbler Woods Conservation area and Komoka Provincial Park.


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Buying a House or a Condo in Riverbend in London Ontario

 With the average house price in the Riverbend neighbourhood of London Ontario being  $550,000, what would happen if  you had a strategy before you even started the process of looking at houses or condos?

When I say strategy,I am not talking about price or style or how many bedrooms. You already have a good idea of what you can afford and what you want.

Emotion sometimes can cloud our reasoning which in turn might cause us to overpay for a home or rush the selection process .

If the quality of our life is determined by the questions we ask ourselves, what about if you knew what questions to ask when buying a home and if the answers you receive are true?

  Here is a start!

Downsizing To or From Riverbend in London Ontario?

                                              downsizing to Riverbend in London Ontario

    Life changes—children grow up and leave home, you don’t need as much space, and your financial means   may change. Any of these reasons may prompt you to consider downsizing: reducing your possessions and moving to a smaller home, or a home here in Canada and someplace south in the Winter.

   If you’re contemplating making such a change, take time to evaluate the many facets involved. Downsizing is an important transition requiring careful consideration.

         What’s involved? Relocating to a new home that’s more suitable to your current needs requires well-planned steps, including financial planning and paring down your possessions. Social and health considerations also play a role.

     Like any long-term commitment, consider the benefits and limitations a new home will provide. As well, my experience with those moving to a new area is getting your questions answered from someone who knows the Riverbend real estate market real well.

            On this page I have prepared some tips and ideas for those who are thinking of downsizing or right sizing to London Ontario.

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Downsizing To or From Riverbend in London Ontario?

   There is a Huge Difference Between Logical & Emotional Decisions When Buying or Selling a Home  in London Ontario or any other place in Canada


 The majority of Canadians do not buy lor sell logically. Most buy or sell emotionally and then try to justify  those decisions logically.


    logic or emotion when selling?


  In real estate, some real estate salespeople logically try to convince their clients to buy. That is why they do not sell many homes or help buyer’s buy homes! Knowing that people will get involved in a property emotionally first & then; it is up to the real estate sales representative to provide solid, logical reasons to justify the purchase or even for that matter, the sale of a home.


  Everything we buy is an emotional purchase. Take the shoes you are wearing. That is a logical point however the colour & style is your emotional choice.


  What about a certain brand of food when there are 5 others just like it? We buy it because of advertising, or your parents or friends bought it. You do not logically decide which brand to buy unless you are a frugal shopper and even then, saving money is an emotional decision!


  In real estate, the same thing. Everyone needs shelter of some kind, which is the logical point. The type they presently own or rent is an emotional decision. Buyers may want a home of a certain size or location or like they grew up in, that is an emotional decision. For others, it may be based on what they can afford. 


   That may sound logical but money and emotions are linked.


    So, when it comes time to sell a house or buy a house or a condo, are they logical or emotional decisions?  


  To effectively get buyers involved in your home, your listing Realtor must help the buyer and their real estate salesperson make your house stand out physically, emotionally and financially.


Make your house in London Stand Out


    To effectively help buyers to acquire your home, your salesperson must eliminate those things that create fear or tension and replace them with words; images and information that will make a home buyer want to invest their hard-earned money in your home.


 When you are planning to buy, you may wantto do the opposite and from experience, I have seen well balanced people make some poor choices, which were emotional and not logic.



   Logic or emotion is your choice! So is the Realtor you choose to help you.

Grandchildren Like Riverbend Golf Community

One child wrote the  following:  

         Grandchildren in Riverbend

We always used to spend the holidays with Grandma and Grandpa.   They used to live in a big brick house but Grandpa got retarded and they moved to Riverbend where everyone lives in nice little houses, and so they don't have to mow the grass anymore!

  They ride around on their bicycles and scooters and wear name tags because they don't know who they are anymore.  They go to a building called a wreck centre, but they must have got it fixed because it is all okay now.

They do exercises there, but they don't do them very well.   There is a swimming pool too, but they all jump up and down in it with hats on. At their gate, there is a doll House with a little old man sitting in it.

He watches all day so nobody can escape. Sometimes they sneak out, and go cruising in their golf carts!  

 Nobody there cooks, they just eat out..  And, they eat the same thing every night --- early birds.  

Some of the people can't get out past the man in the doll house.  The ones who do get out, bring food back to the wrecked centre for pot luck.  

My Grandma says that Grandpa worked all his life to earn his retardment and says I should work hard so I can be retarded someday too.

   When I earn my retardment, I want to be the man in the doll house. Then I will let people out, so they can visit their grandchildren.