1548 Richmond Street London Ontario

     

    Richmond Manor Entrance

    1548 Richmond St London Ontario is an enclave of 48 townhouses which is walking distance to The University of Western Ontario, the hospital and Masonville Mall and on a direct bus route as well.

    1548 Richmond Street

    • As of December 5, 2019, eight townhouses at 1548 Richmond Street were sold, from $385,000 to $440,000. One sold within 2 days, one in 46 days! Another indicator that when the price is not compelling, the home is not selling!

     

    • In 2018, seven sold from as low as $287,500 to $339,900

     

    • In 2017, eight townhouse condominiums sold,  ranging from $277,000 to $308,000.

     

     All Townhouse Condos & Town Homes For Sale London Ontario & Area on MLS

     

    Looking to Buy Or Sell a Townhouse in London Ontario?


      If you were going to have surgery, would you go to a general practitioner or a surgeon specialist? When buying or selling a condominium in London Ontario & area, why use a practioner when you can have a condo professional guide you through the process and save money, time and a few stressful days?

    Having the right information about a property and getting excellent results, when applied, will save money. Have a look at these links; your investment in doing so will pay huge dividends!

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     Everything You May Want To Know About Mortgage & Condo Loans

    Are You Thinking About Buying a Condominium Soon?

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    Is There Anything You Are Forgetting When Buying Real Estate in London Ontario?

    Buying a house or buying a condo in London and South West Ontario is an exciting yet can become an overwhelming series of emotions, both negative and positive.

    Buying a home, things to think about

    I know that when our professional Realtors meet buyers for the first time, be it first time buyers or 5th time buyers and go through a checklist of the buying process, we hear; “You know, I never even thought of that!”

    Below are some things to think about and get answers to or decide on before you make a purchase and during the purchase process.

    • How much exactly have you been pre-approved for a mortgage, is it in writing and at what rate and is that rate guaranteed and for how long?
    • What lawyer are you going to use? Do they specialize in real estate and what is their fee, not just their real estate fee but their disbursements! (You would be surprised at the stories we hear where that low fee did not turn out to be that low! Yes, the price was little, but additional charges such as filing fees, record keeping, and blah and blah fees add up!) Get it in writing; they are lawyers, which would be their advice to you!
    • When working with a Realtor, do you have to sign a buyer agency contract? Not sure or what is Buyer Agency? Have your Realtor explain buyer agency to you and if they insist you sign one before showing any homes, fully understand what you are signing and how long you are committed to that Realtor.  In most cases you don’t and won’t mind being committed, but what if your relationship is not working out!? Be very careful!
    • What about a home inspection? Do not leave that to chance or google the least expensive inspector on the web. Home inspectors in Ontario are not regulated and would you trust hundreds of thousands of dollars for a home inspection to save $100 or $200?

    Now, you four items on your new checklist. We have 37 more.

    Checklist for buying a home in London Ontario

    Buying a home is the easy part, it is the lack of details, lack of information or the lack of experienced professionals to help you that will make you toss and turn at night.

     

      Selling? Average Only Gets Average Results!

    When selling a condominium in London Ontario, the first ten days are critical and will make the difference how quickly it sells and for how much!

    Selling a Townhouse in London Ontario

    The most critical time for a new listing in London Ontario is two days before it officially goes on MLS and the eight days after!

    Why two days before? We have found that when we have prepared and gathered all the necessary marketing tools the following happens:

    • The documents are completed accurately and thoroughly, no mistakes or missing information & care can be taken to describe your property to prospective buyers.

    • All the pictures are taken, edited or retaken to show your home in the best way possible way.

    • All the marketing material is ready such as feature sheets, your “Buy me” binder, your www.youradress.com webpage and cards!

    • All the websites are loaded, social pages, virtual tours are ready

    • You can do the final touch-ups or any cleaning that may be required.

    • The For Sale sign is up, and any directional signs if needed are placed

    Your townhouse on MLS

    Day 1 to Day 8:

    This is when buyers and their Realtor are searching the Internet for buying a condo in London Ontario and certain streets for something new when excitement is the highest. You can now:

    • Be ready for all showings, have all the marketing materials and property information prepared for that one buyer who loves your place!

    • You have at least one weekend when historically property viewing is the busiest.

    • If no serious offers, the pricing may be wrong or if not enough showings, the marketing needs to improve after ten days!

    Once day 11 starts, do something drastically to attract new buyers!

    The way a transaction starts is indicative of how your sale will go, quickly or a long rocky road before you sell your home.

    Listing with an active listing Realtor who has a reputation for being thorough will never do you any harm. Who uses the web to rank high in all search engines, has an above-average follow-up system and the finances to market your property.

    Ensure that before the sign goes up and the listing gets to the MLS, everything from the lockbox, listing brochures and presentations is in place and ready to go. Make sure your listing Realtor has a system to let you view the comments and feedback about your home on an individual listing website. Do they have a checklist (we have 201 items on it) that they share with you before it even gets on MLS?

    Do not allow average to get you average results!

    In summary, the most crucial time for a new listing when selling a condominium in London Ontario is BEFORE it gets on MLS.

    Get Your Home Sold

    How do we know this? We sell a lot of condos, we know what works! Find out how we can sell your place for more.