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All Riverbend London Ontario homes for sale on MLS including houses, bungalows, apartment condos, townhouses and townhome condos, the median days it takes a home to sell, and the median sold percentage to asking price.

Riverbend London Ontario Area Boundary Map

Riverbend London Ontario is a neighbourhood in the southwest part of London; take Oxford Street West to Kains Road.

There is also the beautiful gated Riverbend Golf Community. You are just 11 minutes or less to downtown London; great shopping nearby and great nature trails, bike paths, golfing, or just not doing anything, you will enjoy the quiet. There are five golf courses within 4 km. For nature lovers, the walking trail along the Thames River (Kains Woods -Upper Thames River Conservation) is magnificent & there is also the Warbler Woods Conservation area and Komoka Provincial Park.

Kains Woods Environmentally Significant Area serves as a backdrop to the community. Several kilometres of winding trails can be explored from different access points in the area which is home to many different plant and animal species. Riverbend Park is at the heart of the neighbourhood and has ample green space, play structures, a basketball court, and soccer fields.

Schools: Thames Valley District School Board

London District Catholic School Board

Sales History Riverbend London Ontario Area

Now is the time to target your home for sale and max the selling price in London Ontario

In 2022, as of December 1, year-to-date, 45 houses in Riverbend London sold with prices ranging from $740,000 to $1,679,000, which was 97.76% of the asking price and these took a median of thirteen days on the market to sell, down 5% from the September year-to-date numbers. Five apartment condos at 2050 Linkway sold through MLS, averaging $512.00 per square foot, with prices ranging from $806,000 to $907,000. Twenty-one townhouses & townhomes sold with prices ranging from $635,000 to $1,075,000, which was 113.45% of the asking price, down 2% from the September year-to-date numbers

In 2021, 58 houses sold in the Riverbend neighbourhood of London, averaging 23 days on the market to sell for 107% of the asking price, with the final sale prices ranging from $675,000 to $1,790,000. Twenty-eight townhomes sold for 113.17% of the asking price within nine days and sold at prices ranging from $565,000 to $820,000. Eleven apartment condos sold at 2050 Linkway averaging $453.00 per square foot, sold prices ranging from $594,000 to $881,000.

If interested, you can view the previous year’s numbers at the bottom of this page.

Houses for Sale London Ontario & Area
All Townhouses & Townhomes For Sale in London Ontario and surrounding towns and villages for sale

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Thinking About Buying a House Or a Condo?

How Often Do You Hear Yourself Saying: “No, I Haven’t Read It: I’ve Been Meaning To!”

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Most home buyers only think about price, style and location. But there’s more than that! For most, buying a home in London, Ontario & the area can be an emotional roller coaster! It comes with many details, and some buyers may get caught up in the excitement and tend to overlook a few things.

Over the years, through experience in working with hundreds of buyers and sellers in London, Ontario real estate, we have been able to help clients overcome the conflicting misinformation about real estate and apply sound common sense so that our clients are assured they are making great decisions and avoiding emotional overzealousness to buy!

A Good Decision About Real Estate Is Based on Knowledge

If you spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a home in London and the area, and whether you are a first-time buyer or buying your 5th, a few minutes of informed insights will be well worth your time and thousands of dollars in prevention!

Below are 6 of 22 reports or videos we have prepared to help our clients make prudent decisions!

Report # 1 Buying a House

What price do you offer a seller? Is the seller’s asking price too high? Is it ideal? Without research on the market and comparable homes, you are bidding blind. A professional Realtor who represents you should offer an unbiased opinion on a home’s value based on market conditions and the house and neighbourhood conditions. I said it should, but how would you know if it is unbiased, what comparables are used, and in what time frames? Without this knowledge, you could quickly bid too much or miss out on a great buying opportunity. Why? There are ten other great tips in this report.

Report# 2 Buying a Condo

Buying a condo in London, Ontario, be it an apartment, a townhouse, or a townhome, takes much more care than purchasing a house. The reason is that due diligence is required to understand the condominium corporation’s bylaws, financial status, rules and regulations, and by-laws! These notes will give you several helpful, straightforward tips for buying a condo in London, plus answers to a condo corporation and valuable links. 

Report # 3 Who Else is Going To Be Involved When I Buy Real Estate?

Many other professionals or non-professionals are involved in your real estate transaction. An excellent, thorough Realtor will ensure you are working with qualified professionals. 

Report #4 Role of a Lawyer in a Real Estate Purchase

The purchaser’s lawyer’s purpose is to protect you, the purchaser, throughout the transaction and ensure that you obtain a good title to your new property. The purchaser’s lawyer also represents your mortgage lender’s interests in preparing and registering the mortgage documents—tips on what to ask a lawyer.

Report # 5 Role of a Home Inspector

There are several reasons for having a home inspection, but the most compelling reason is that the inspector looks at the property differently than a purchaser.

  1. The job is to look for significant problems visible on the home inspection day to help you reduce your risk.

      2.  A good home inspector will also educate you on operating your home’s systems.

      3.  A great Home Inspector will explain how to solve the problems found that day, giving you enough information to make the right buying decision with everything you have learned.

What is a home inspection, how to choose a home inspector & what to be careful about?

Report # 6 What Do All These Real Estate Words Mean Anyway?

What do all these real estate words mean? Learn a few; never will a lawyer, Realtor, economist, mortgage lender, politician or hairdresser ever confuse you again! If they do, say good bye, Au Revoir, adios, Auf Wiedersehen, Yasou, Arrivederci, Żegnaj, Do svidaniya, Do pobachennia, Tạm biệt, Ma’a as-salaama!

How To Receive The Optimal Price For Your Riverbend Home.

helpful tips selling a house or condo in London Ontario & area

Below are some helpful tips, money-saving ideas and home seller strategies to help you sell your home quicker, for more money and be stress-free! The procedures below are from my experience selling hundreds of homes successfully in London Ontario, and the area.

      The Role of a Buyer’s Lawyer

The purchaser’s lawyer’s role is to protect the purchaser throughout the transaction and ensure that the buyer obtains a clear title to the property. Traditionally, the purchaser’s lawyer also represents the mortgage lender’s interests in preparing and registering the mortgage documents following their mortgage commitment.

 50 Inexpensive Tips To Enhance The Value Of Your House or Condo

Here are 50 inexpensive things you can do to enhance the value of your home. Time and time again, when I show homes or list them, some or all of these tips would have dramatically sped up the sale or received more money. Over the years, I have found that the little things that a buyer sees may be the stumbling block in making an offer on your home. You have one chance of making an excellent first impression when a buyer walks into your home; try one or ten of these, and you will sell quicker and, in most cases, receive more money!

     What Do All These Real Estate Words Mean Anyway?

When you are buying or selling a home in London and South West Ontario or have been through the process, it can be daunting enough without words or phrases bantered about, and you say, “What?” Well, no more; this exhaustive list will now make the playing field level; your knowledge & better understanding of real estate will ensure that your real estate transaction will be less stressful and, in most cases, more rewarding!

   Who Else is Going To Be Involved When I Sell my Home?

Purchasing or selling a home requires more than just the buyer and seller; you’ll also need the services of a variety of home-related professionals; here are the key players in your transaction and the roles they play.

   London Home Seller’s Guide to Moneymaking Fix-Ups

Here’s an informative guide to help you realize the most profit from your home and perhaps avoid costly repair rip-offs. Each year thousands of homeowners needlessly lose thousands of dollars when selling their homes.  But they don’t lose the money for reasons you might think. They lose money because they unknowingly left it on the table, for the buyer to pocket, by failing to recognize their home’s hidden profit potential.

Those hidden profits exist in two areas. First, most homeowners never discover that particular minor, even inexpensive repairs to their existing home could generate many times their cost in additional home value.  But on the other hand, other repairs and improvements can cost you dearly.  It’s critical to know what repairs and improvements to spend money on and which ones to leave alone.

Second, when many savvy homeowners decide to make profitable repairs before selling, they expose themselves to some contractors’ ruthless world and potentially deceptive schemes that drive up home repair costs.

It’s easy to understand how you might become overwhelmed with the whole process between not knowing what to repair for maximum profit and dealing with the world of contractor schemes.  But don’t despair! That’s Why I Created This Helpful Report

Results Don’t Lie!

Below are a few Riverbend London Ontario Townhouses & Townhomes

1525 Jim Allen Way London Ontario N6K 0E1
1525 Jim Allen Way London Ontario N6K 0E1, aptly named “Eagles Nest,” is a private enclave of high-end vacant land homes in the Riverbend area of London; the last sale was in April 2021 for $964,000. As of October 3, 2022, no sales were reported through MLS.

1220, 1228-1244 Riverbend Road London Ontario Townhouse Condos called Avant at Riverbend is a series of 74 townhouses divided into eleven parts, hence the various addresses.

1515 Shore Road London Ontario in the Riverbend Area
1515 Shore Road London Ontario N6K 5B7  in Riverbend is a high-end enclave of 35 detached vacant land homes. As of October 3, 2022, two sold. one for $1,270,000 and the other for $1,300,000. In 2021, seven detached townhomes sold through our MLS system, averaging 36 days to sell for100.52% of the asking price, the low being $965,000and the high $1,760,000.
1617 Shore Road London Ontario
1617 Shore Road London Ontario N6K 5C3 in the Riverbend area in London is an enclave of eleven detached vacant land condominiums; there were no MLS sales in 2019, in 2018, one sold for $490,000, no sales in 2020 and 2021, one sale for $725,000. As of October 3, 2022, no sales were reported through MLS.

2040 Shore Road London Ontario N6K 0G3 in Riverbend is an enclave of vacant land condos called “Amour on Riverbend.” In 2022, year to date, as of October 3, six units were sold, ranging from $750,000 to $971,000 (not a misprint!). These selling prices were 115.59% of the asking price, and the average number of days on the market to sell was nine days. In 2021, thirteen townhouse-condo units sold through MLS, averaging eight days on the market and selling for 114.08% of the asking price, from a low of $645,000 to a high of 806,000.

Why Children Like The Gated Riverbend Golf Community in London Ontario

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 beautiful little homes, 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 wreck centre building, but they must have fixed it because it is okay now.

They do exercises there, but they don’t do them very well.   There is a swimming pool, but they all jump up and down in it with hats. At their gate, there is a dollhouse 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 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 dollhouse. The ones who do get out bring food back to the wrecked centre for a potluck.

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

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

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  • Prior Years Numbers For Riverbend
London Ontario Real Estate Market
  •     In 2020, 65 houses in the Riverbend neighbourhood in West London sold through MLS  for 99.92% of the asking price, the lowest being $503,000 and the highest, $2,650,000. For townhouses & townhomes in Riverbend, 22 changed hands, from a low of $449,900 to $520,532, which was 100.07% of the asking price and averaged 15 days on the market.
  •  In 2019, 77 homes in the Riverbend London neighbourhood sold through our MLS system, from $399,000 to $1,070.000, averaging 34 days on the market and selling for a median of 99.91% of the asking price.
  •    In 2018, 82 homes were sold through our local MLS in the Riverbend neighbourhood in London, Ontario, for an average selling price of $681,665, 99.62% of the asking price,  the median days to sell were 40. The lowest was $366,697, and the highest at $1,500,000.