Collingwood Real Estate And Homes For Sale.
Greg Weeks - Broker
Thank you for visiting my website to find out more about how you can enjoy listing and looking in Collingwood, Ontario. I am very passionate about the experience I deliver to all my clients and always welcome the opportunity to meet with prospective clients about their requirements. I trade in Real Estate everywhere in the Georgian Triangle from Tiny to Wasaga Beach to Clearview to Collingwood to Thornbury to The Blue Mountains to Meaford.
My focus is on making your experience as enjoyable, relaxing and luxurious as possible. I know from experience how hard buying or selling a home can be, with lots of sleepless nights and worrying about whether or not you are going to be able to make your reality dreams come true. With a proven track record of success and a unique approach and service offering, I will transform your realty dreams into reality and make your home your best investment while providing peace of mind throughout the entire process.
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Buy a Home?
Buying a home should be easy and stress free. Let our team work for you.
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Sell Your Home?
Our mission is to get you the top dollar in the least amount of time & stress.
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April 2023 Southern Georgian Bay Market Report
OVERVIEW APRIL VOLUME AND UNIT SALES THE MOST SINCE LAST MAY. YEAR-TO-DATE SALES VOLUME OF $393,537,102 Down 48% from 2022’s $752,743,842, with units of 462 down 35% from 2022’s 706.
Q1 2023 Market Stats by area in Southern Georgian Bay
Below you will find a full 2023 First Quarter (Q1) Market Report and Market Snapshot broken down by town (Blue Mountains, Clearview, Collingwood, Grey Highlands, Meaford, Wasaga Beach). Any
2023 Easter Eggs Found!
So which eggs did you miss? Congrats to this years winner and hope to see you all again next year!
First Quarter 2023 Market Stats – Southern Georgian Bay
OVERVIEW VOLUME, UNITS AND PRICES DOWN FROM LAST YEAR, WITH AVERAGE SALE TIMES UP FIRST-QUARTER SALES VOLUME OF $255,882,804 Down 54% from Q1-2022’s $543,195,714, with units of 300 down 41%