Michelle  Pock

Michelle Pock

Sales Representative

RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc., Brokerage *

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Save The Date!

I am so grateful to be honoured with another Sales Achievement Award by Re/Max Real Estate Centre!

A big thank you to my clients, co-workers, friends and family for supporting me through this journey. It is thanks to you that I get to spend a wonderful afternoon celebrating a successful year in 2017!

 

Edmonton's Telus Field is renamed Re/Max Field! - By Emily Mertz Web Producer - Global News

 Edmonton’s river valley baseball diamond has a new name: Re/Max Field.

The real estate company has signed a three-year contract as the naming sponsor.

READ MORE: Edmonton Prospects given go-ahead to seek new naming sponsor for Telus Field 

The future of the baseball stadium was up in the air for years as it no longer attracted the same calibre of baseball it once did.

We’re Torontonians Who Moved To Hamilton, And We Come In Peace - Written By: Nicholas Mizera (HuffPpost Canada - Blogs Editor)

Please don’t call us callous bargain-hunters. We moved here because Hamilton felt like home, not just because it made sense for our budget.

12/18/2017 13:50 EST | Updated 12/18/2017 14:39 EST

Toronto Home Sales Went Down In 2017, But Average Price Went Up - Written by Canadian Press - Huff Post

TORONTO — The Toronto Real Estate Board says home sales in the Greater Toronto Area fell 18.3 per cent last year compared with a record pace set in 2016.

There were 92,394 sales through its MLS system in 2017, down from 113,040 in the previous year.

The board says there were record sales in the first quarter of last year, followed by a decline in the middle two quarters before sales picked up in the last three months of the year.

 

The average selling price for 2017 was $822,681, up 12.7 per cent compared with 2016.

Toronto Realtors Now Listing Sales Price Data Online, After Court Ruling - Article by Jessica Chin

Toronto realtors have begun to make the prices homes are sold for available online, after the Federal Court of Appeal upheld a ruling that keeping the data private is anti-competitive.

Although the Toronto Real Estate Board has vowed to appeal the decision, some companies have already moved full steam ahead by starting to publish the data online.

MongoHouse, HouseSigma, and Sold.Watch have launched websites detailing prices homes are sold for, or are integrating sold prices into their listings.

New Mortgage Qualifying for Purchases with 20% Down

* Quick refernce guide to the upcoming mortgage changes! Contact me to find out how this will effect your purchasing power! 

 

TREB disappointed by top court's ruling it must share detailed home sales data online - Article by Graeme Roy

TORONTO — Canada’s largest real estate board says it will seek a Supreme Court of Canada appeal to fight a ruling that it must allow its realtor members to make home sales data available online — further dragging out a battle that started in 2011.

The Toronto Real Estate Board said it was disappointed by the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision Friday to uphold an April 2016 Competition Tribunal ruling that the board’s practices prohibiting sharing information online are anti-competitive.

TREB disappointed by top court's ruling it must share detailed home sales data online - Article by Graeme Roy

TORONTO — Canada’s largest real estate board says it will seek a Supreme Court of Canada appeal to fight a ruling that it must allow its realtor members to make home sales data available online — further dragging out a battle that started in 2011.

The Toronto Real Estate Board said it was disappointed by the Federal Court of Appeal’s decision Friday to uphold an April 2016 Competition Tribunal ruling that the board’s practices prohibiting sharing information online are anti-competitive.

The Canadian Housing Market is in Good Shape, and so are the Banks, Analysts Say...- article by Jonathan Ratner

“The market remains well in balanced territory, able to withstand incremental declines in demand.

 

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