Selling a home that was once the scene of a gruesome murder, or even a suicide, is no simple task for sales agents. But buyers are often reticent for cultural reasons, and given the right area—and the right mix of people—selling that stigmatized property could be a breeze.
Toronto’s Real Estate Board says home says fell by almost 35 percent in February compared to the same month a year ago. Here is Shawn Zigelstein with more information.
Mr. Zigelstein expects many of them will proceed to buy in the next couple of months, especially since the suburban region north of Toronto still has a lot of unsold inventory.
“We’ve definitely switched over to more of a buyer’s market now.” Those are the words of Shawn Zigelstein, a sales agent with Royal LePage Your Community Realty, and leader of Team Zold.