Do you know what your home is worth today? Do you live in Huron Park, Idlewood or Claire Hills?

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Maybe you’re thinking of moving. Maybe you just want to know.

I’ve started keeping track of three neighborhoods in Kitchener Waterloo as my own gauge of what’s happening in local real estate.  All three areas are relatively new, one was just getting started ten years ago; the other two weren’t even started yet. They are Huron Park, Idlewood/Lackner Woods and Claire Hills/Columbia Forest. On a regular basis I will provide updates as follows:

Huron Park

There were 19 homes sold in Huron Park*

The average sold price was $324,421

The average number of days on the market was 52

The highest sold price was $450,000. The lowest $283,000.

Claire Hils

There were 34 homes sold in Columbia Forest/Claire Hills*

The average sold price was $320,824

The average number of days on the market was 30

The highest sold price was $485,000. The lowest $234,500

Idlewood

There were 52 homes sold in Idlewood/Lackner Woods*

The average sold price was $337,178

The average number of days on the market was 62

The highest sold price was $865,000. The lowest $210,000

*The above figures represent all homes sold through MLS during June, July, and August 2010.

I aim to take the stress and mystery out of the home selling and home buying process by giving you the information you need to plan your family’s future. I’m here to help. I have the information you need. I like to share. Please contact me today if you’re just thinking about moving and want to know what your home is worth.

If you don’t live in one of these three areas and want me to keep track of your street or your neighborhood, I could do that. Please give me a call with your name and address.

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