Lambeth Talbot Village London Ontario Real Estate Not All Realtors Are The Same
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At March 31, 2019, 33 houses sold through our MLS system for a median price of $610,000 and took about 16 days to sell. One townhouse was sold for $432,500.
In 2018, 149 houses sold in the Talbot Village, Southwinds & Lambeth neighbourhood of London for a median price of $591,504 which was 99.08% of the asking price and these took 21 days on average to change hands.
Twelve condominium townhouses and townhomes in Lambeth sold in 2018 for an average $479,900 which was 99.22% of the asking prices and sold within an average of 16 days.
Lambeth London Ontario houses & condos, including Talbot Village and Southwinds, set a record in 2017 with 232 homes selling for close to the asking price and taking about 20 days to sell on average, for condos in Lambeth, 8 sold, a median time to sell was 25 days and these sold for 98.62% of the asking price.
Lambeth is a neighbourhood in the south west of London about 10 minutes to downtown.
The 401 and 402 highways are 3 minutes away and within a 20 KM drive are six golf courses! There is a newer shopping plaza at the corner of Colonel Talbot Road and Southdale Road West with groceries, a pharmacy, dining and fast food, banking etc. As well a newer neighbourhood called Talbot Village.
Schools and churches are bountiful along with professional services. Lambeth has homes from entry level to executive properties and condos. Drive through Talbot Village for new houses and condos, Southwinds Village for some sprawling dwellings, or the Outer Drive area going south on Colonel Talbot Road or the heart of Lambeth, some quaint shops and a multitude of services.
Buying A Home in The Lambeth L0ndon Ontario Neighbourhood
With the average house prices in London Ontario setting a record, what would happen if you had a strategy before you even started the process of looking at houses or townhomes?
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?
Selling A Home in Southwinds, or Talbot Village in Lambeth London Ontario
If The Price Is Not Compelling, The House Is Not Selling!
94.8% of home buyers surf the web to begin their home search. That means home buyers are well aware of what houses are available & selling for.
Today’s home buyers are wiser and have access to information such as sold prices, what’s for sale, even online valuations!
Now more than ever, the price is the key to selling a house in London Ontario and area. Some home sellers think that a higher rate will give them some negotiating room. But in fact, most buyers don’t even look at a property that is overpriced; much less make an offer on it. Too high of a price can lead to the house listing becoming tired.
The first question a home buyer asks when showing them a house is “How long has this house been on the market?”
If it has been on the market more than 20-25 days, buyers wonder if there is something wrong with the property. After a while, the home seller then has to drop the price, taking less than they might have if they had priced it correctly the first time!
Homes that are well-priced attract the buyers in their price range.
If the buyer’s perception is that the property is a good buy, then the seller is positioned to receive the listing price or close to it.
Again, If The Price Is Not Compelling, The House Is Not Selling!
Over the years helping hundreds of home sellers successfully sell their home, we designed a series of checklists, a series on pricing, a series on the process and what to expect, from start to finish, the good and the bad. Our clients love it, and I thought that you might as well.
You see, we also work with hundreds of buyers as well and if you saw or knew what we look at some sellers do or not do is disturbing, and the unfortunate thing is, those sellers do not realize they are not maximizing their sold price, their marketing and exposure of their home.
There are little subtle things that start to add up and if not checked in time, can mean the difference between your asking price & actual sale price and how much longer it will take your home to sell, not sell or unecessary problems that can occur!
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