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    93 Pine Valley Gate London Ontario


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    93 Pine Valley Gate London Ontario is in the Westmount neighbourhood of London and is an enclave of 52 one floor condo townhomes with double garages, courtyards and the grounds are well maintained.

    These one-floor condo townhomes in London very seldom come on the market as this is a very desirable neighbourhood in south-west London.

    There is plenty of shopping such as Loblaws, Canadian Tire, Home Depot, Bouclair, Dollarama, Toys R Us and other big box stores, 11 dining places, cinema and easy access to Highway 402 to the 401.

    • 2020, as of July 1st one 3 bedroom sold for $440,000


    • In 2019 there were 2 sales, one for $380,000 and the other for $425,500, which we sold for our clients, the highest ever in the area!


    • There were 3 sales in 2018, between $331,700 to $380,000, for a breakdown of those three sales, why the difference in price, and how long they took to sell, you can request those facts and others by scrolling down this page.


    All The Properties For Sale In The WestmountLondon Ontario Neighbourhood on MLS



    All The Townhouses & Townhomes For Sale London Ontario on MLS
    All The Townhouses & Townhomes For Sale London Ontario on MLS

    Condominium Smarts For Buyers & Sellers

      They say knowledge is king, I agree, but I would add knowledge without focus and action means diddly squat!

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     Do This Before Buying a Condo In London Ontario

    In a recent survey,  condo buyers said they wish they had taken more time before they started the process of buying a condo in London.

    The first step was deciding to move,  to stop renting or downsizing from a larger house. All good so far.

    searching to buy a condo in London

    Then, most went and spoke to a mortgage lender( this is a significant and crucial step and be careful whom you talk to, I cover that in another report) to see what they qualified for and if they could get a mortgage.

    Then what?

     Yup, started searching the MLS listings, Kijiji, real estate websites and real estate magazines (that are usually a month old) and what did they do? They called 4 or 5 real estate salespeople who had listings they wanted to see and set up an appointment.

     While making those appointments, they all heard the same thing:

    • Are you pre-approved for a mortgage?
    • Are you working with an agent?
    • Do you have a house to sell?
    • Perhaps a few more personal questions or the name of your cat or dog! (just kidding)

    buying questions & concerns when looking at condos in London Ontario

    Then they went to see a few units, and if they liked one, they put in an offer with the listing salesperson without any research or thought of the long-term consequences.

    Or, the condo is not to their liking, but they liked the salesperson, and the Realtor convinced them that they could help look for something else, again, without any research of that agent or thought of the long-term consequences!

    The wisest thing that someone can do after they have decided to move is to research and contact the real estate salesperson who they are comfortable with, has the skills and experience, and whom you will entrust your hard-earned money!

    Maybe interview two or three.

    Then when you have confidence in the salesperson you have chosen, that right real estate person 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!