Elaine MacLean
610 Bronson Avenue Ottawa, ON K1S 4E6
Phone: 613-788-7470 Fax: 613-788-7471 Email Elaine

Welcome to RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Group


Welcome to my website! The Real Estate market is holding stable as we face  the  beginning of the Spring housing Market. Now is the time to start preparation  if you are thinking about selling your home.Call or e-mail me  for a Complimentary copy of  "Your Guide to Buying a Home" outlining  my services and beliefs.

 

Call or e-mail me to set up a Complmentary Listing Consultation. I will prepare a "Comparative Market Analysis" for you. Let's start selling your selling process with an evaluation of your home's current value based on available data!  Each home is unique and therefore requires a unique Marketing Strategy that highlights the home.Whether you are a Buyer or a Seller,it's all about you! My focus is on your complete satisfaction.  LeleLe Le Letle LetLe I iii

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Elaine MacLean

Sales Representative

RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Group,

Brokerage

610 Bronson Avenue. Ottawa, Ontario K1S 4E6

Phone: 613-236-5959 x7470

Direct Line: 613-788-7470

E-Mail: elaine.maclean@hallmarkottawa.com            

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May 2016 STATISTICS as per the Ottawa Real Estate Board


Sales stay consistently hot through May heat wave


Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,921 residential properties in May through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® System, compared with similar sales of 1,923 in May 2015. The five-year average for May sales is 1,864. 

“As the weather warmed, the Ottawa resale market continued its steady pace upwards, continuing an above average trend for the month of May,” says Shane Silva, President of the Ottawa Real Estate Board. “Units sold are up 207 since April, increasing in both the residential and condominium property class.” 

May sales included 307 in the condominium property class, and 1,614 in the residential property class. The condominium property class includes any property, regardless of style (i.e. detached, semi-detached, apartment, townhouse, etc.), which is registered as a condominium, as well as properties which are co-operatives, life leases and timeshares. The residential property class includes all other residential properties. 

“In May, 3,635 homes were listed, keeping pace with listing numbers in April, but down slightly by 4.4 per cent compared to May 2015,” says Silva. “With the number of sales since the beginning of the year on a steady incline, coupled with increased inventory, Ottawa is riding a strong and steady spring market.” 

The average sale price of a residential-class property sold in May in the Ottawa area was $406,063, a decrease of 1.3 per cent over May 2015. The average sale price for a condominium-class property was $264,801, a decrease of 0.8 per cent over May 2015. The Board cautions that average sale price information can be useful in establishing trends over time but should not be used as an indicator that specific properties have increased or decreased in value. The average sale price is calculated based on the total dollar volume of all properties sold. 

“The hottest segments in our market for May were sales in the $300,000 to $400,000 price range, followed by the $200,000 to $300,000 price range,” says Silva. “Residential two-storey and bungalows have the highest concentration of buyers in May. In addition to residential and condominium sales, OREB Members have assisted clients with renting 1,213 properties since the beginning of the year.”