Market Continues To Show Signs Of Improvement
Team Zold in the Press
Shawn Zigelstein is a sought-after expert in the Canadian real estate market, and is often asked for the "Team Zold perspective" on current events. Stay tuned here for Team Zold's appearances in the current press!
"As Toronto housing frenzy wanes, sellers left scrambling" - Toronto Star May 2017Soaring prices draw influx of real estate agents, but they face stiff competition" April 20 2017
"Discussing the new Ontario Housing Plan with CTV News" - CTV News April 2017
"Ontario urged to act on housing as Toronto-area home prices hit record" Globe and Mail April 5 2017
"Toronto Storey Featuring Shawn Zigelstein" Toronto Storeys, March 23 2017
"John Tory worries about soaring prices in the GTA" National Newswatch March 3 2017
"National Housing Strategy focuses on affordable housing," NextHome, November 2016
"Canadian realtors already fielding calls from anxious Americans," AM640, November 2016
"Toronto home sales, prices soar again in October," CTV News, November 2016
"These are the most (and least) expensive places to live in the GTA," BuzzBuzz Home, October 2016"Bidding Wars," Global News, September 2016
"Toronto area's home sales, average prices hit record highs in August," Canadian Press, September 2016
"Ottawa tightens mortgage rules" Toronto Star, September 2016
"What To Look for When and Avoid When Buying a Home," Huffington Post, September 2016
"5 Things to Look for When Buying a Home," Next Home, September 2016
"9th Annual Royal Lepage Charity Golf Tournament," Snapd Richmond Hill, August 2016
"Global News at 5:30," Global News, August, 2016
We’re still up month-over-month. April numbers are up over March.
Spring Market Shows Signs Of Growth
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CTV News Channel speaks with Shawn Zigelstein on 'Ask the Agents' about the cooling housing market and how to prepare for the spring busy season.
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.