1ST Quarter 2020 Market Report for Cooksville, Mississauga.


Welcome to this short video on the Cooksville Real Estate market report for the first quarter of 2020, as well as average prices for home types in April of 2020. So this is just a snapshot of what's happening in the Cooksville area for the first quarter, as well as April prices by property type. If you want any more info, please reach out to me. I'm happy to answer any questions. If you'd like a customized home evaluation for your home, we do offer a virtual service where we can walk through your home via sharing either a Zoom meeting or a Facebook live chat together. And then we can definitely go over the condition of your home and the more in-depth market report for your home based on its features and benefits and compare it to other homes in the area that have sold and are currently on the market.

So let's get to it. So for the first quarter of 2020, the new listings for the Cooksville area are 169. For the active listings for the first quarter, 55 active listings. Sold listings, 111 listings have sold. And the average days in the market for the first quarter of April is 14 days. So if you're wondering why the 111 sold and 169 minus the current active listings don't add up to one 69. I mean, what I'm trying to say is if you add the active listings versus the sold listings, they add up to a 166. So there's still three that are not accounted for here if you do the right math. So for anyone thinking that basically, those three might be listings that were pulled off the market, expired, or just not for sale anymore, did not become an active or sold. Just so you're aware of that.

Let's get into the average prices as of April 2020. For detached homes, this is again for the Cooksville area, only in Mississauga. Detached homes, $1,168,041. Semi-detached, the average price for April, $802,661. Townhouses, $630,004. And condo average price, $500,349. So hopefully that helps. It's a little overview of the Cooksville area for the first quarter of 2020, as well as April's average sale numbers. I will plan to make this every quarter. And I appreciate you taking the time to listen to this. Thank you so much.

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But there’s another type of preparation that you also need to do. And, the sooner you do it, the less stressful your move will be.

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While market conditions certainly can play a role in deciding whether you should sell now rather than later, many other factors can influence that decision too.

For example, you might have outgrown your home and need more space. Perhaps you need an extra bedroom or a larger kitchen. If you wait until market conditions are perfect, you may languish for months — or even years — in a home that’s too small for you.

The same can be said for downsizing.

Another “non-market” reason you might want to sell your home sooner rather than later is the neighbourhood. Is there another community more suited to your lifestyle that you want to get into? If it’s a particularly desirable area, you don’t want to wait too long to make a move. If you do, you might lose some good opportunities.

There’s also the emotional side of the decision to consider. You might simply want to move for no other reason than you need a change. That’s as good a reason as any to put up the For Sale sign and find your next dream home.

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The point is, don’t just consider market conditions when deciding to sell. Look at all the reasons and then move forward with confidence. After all, you can sell and buy in any market.


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Answering those questions will help you determine which features to emphasize when selling your home. After all, you want buyers to notice and appreciate your property’s best characteristics.
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It can be difficult to determine which features of your home are particularly desirable to buyers. You live there! So, there might be a fantastic characteristic of your property that you’ve gotten used to. You might not even realize its value.
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