163 Pine Valley Drive London Ontario
163 Pine Valley Drive London Ontario is an enclave of 55 one floor condo townhomes in the Westmount neighbourhood with excellent access to shopping, dining and downtown London. A very well maintained property, with double car garages, large room sizes and just a few minutes to the big box stores at Wonderland Road South and Southdale West.
In 2019, the condo fees were $340.00 and included Building Insurance, Building Maintenance, Common Elements, Ground Maintenance/Landscaping, Management, Roof, Snow Removal and Windows.
- In 2019, there has been two sales, one for $427,727 and the other was $380,000
- In 2018, two units sold, one for $335,000 and the other $348,000.
- In 2017, five townhouses sold for as low as $270,000 and as high as $341,000.
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Questions You May Want To Ask Before Buying a Home in London Ontario
It’s hard to ask questions if you don’t know what to ask, and if you did get answers, how do you know they are accurate?
The wisest thing that anyone can do after they have decided to buy is to research and contact the Realtor who they feel most comfortable with, who they think has the skills and the experience and whom you feel you can entrust your hard-earned money!
Maybe you might want to interview two or three. Here are 19 questions you may want to make sure to ask.
And then, are they pushy, in your face types or are they going to look after you?
When you have confidence in an excellent Realtor, he or she will research properties on your behalf, make appointments to match your timetable, protect you in the buying and offer process and be there if any challenges come up.
Do you not think that having that type of representation would be better for you than just entrusting that binding faith with just anyone? A friend of a friend, Uncle Joe’s distant cousin who just got her license and needs some money, or your co-worker who’s husband ‘does’ real estate on the side!
Do not lose your hard-earned money by entrusting it with just anyone!
What Is The Right Selling Price?
The first step in selling any home is to find how much it is worth to a qualified buyer and then to establish the “Right Price.” The Right Price is the price that will make you happy and the buyer comfortable, and that price will help sell your home quicker and for the most money possible.
To provide a more detailed and more accurate opinion, one of our evaluators would be more than happy to meet with you in person at your home.