Lloyd Taylor

Lloyd Taylor SRS® Seller Representative Specialist, ABR®, SRES - Senior Real Estate Specialist

Real Estate Agent

Phone:  800.467.8830    Mobile:  647.339.3176    Email: lloydstr@hotmail.com

    Hi and welcome,
Have you noticed things are always changing in Real Estate logistics, negotiation procedures, technical systems, property legislation & legal status requirements, lender qualifications, the list goes on and on?
Over more than a decade now I have kept up with all the in's and out's of those particulars & changes. Constantly updating my knowledge with New Policy Education, re-certifications and going above and beyond to keep the REAL in Real Estate Transactions . 

                                                               Real Estate Agent
      What will keep a Home Sale or Home Purchase successful and on track through the month or two it takes to complete is Professional Training and Experience.  
      Let's have an honest discussion if what I do would help you get what you need done. We can begin with the process and start now. 
      Hope to hear from you. 


Most Recent Real Estate News and Views.

Update Home Sales: October:

2021 continues to surprise. Sales beat last year’s annual record by about Thanksgiving weekend so that was always a lock, but I don’t think too many observers would have guessed the monthly trend would be moving up again heading into 2022,” 
A month with more new listings is what allows for more sales because those listings are mostly all still getting gobbled up; however, with demand that strong, the supply of homes for sale at any given point in time continues to shrink. It is at its lowest point on record right now, which is why it’s not surprising prices are also re-accelerating. We need to build more housing.

       The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average home price was $716,585 in October 2021, up 18.2% from the same month last year. The national average price is heavily influenced by sales in Greater Vancouver and the GTA, two of Canada’s most active and expensive housing markets. 
       The lack of housing supply and choice has reached a critical juncture. Band aid policies to artificially suppress demand have not been effective. This is not an issue that can be solved by one level of government alone.




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