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    Another stand out month for WinnipegREALTORS®

    Reused by permission of the Real Estate News

    Read the entire June 2017 press release here:

    “June is a good reminder of Winnipeg’s affordable housing in comparison to many other more expensive housing markets across the country,” said Blair Sonnichsen, President of WinnipegREALTORS®.  “In our local market which has tightened up more due to brisk sales over the past two months, buyers are finding alternative property types or less expensive neighbourhoods in or outside the city.”

    While the overall WinnipegREALTORS® MLS® market can be characterized as balanced with active listings well above the 10-year average, there are still neighbourhoods which would benefit from an influx of new residential-detached listings including Fort Garry, Linden Woods, Riverview, Fort Rouge, Fort Richmond, Waverley Heights, Richmond West, Whyte Ridge, St. Vital, Windsor Park, East Kildonan, North Kildonan, Transcona, Garden City, Wolseley, Sargent Park, Woodhaven, and Crestview.

    Supply of residential-detached listings is stronger in rural municipalities outside the city. Condominiums throughout the Greater Winnipeg market area are not seeing demand outstrip supply. Other property types such as vacant land and resort properties are also well stocked in relation to those selling every month.

    “Not all local markets are the same applies within a local market too,” said Sonnichsen. “There can be considerable differences within a local market depending on the property type, location and availability of listings to buy. REALTORS® really show their expertise and knowledge when they point out to a buyer what options they have. Broadening their search can be a real eye opener.”

    “You really need to be talking to REALTORS® who are professional and informed,” said Marina James, CEO of WinnipegREALTORS®. “They make it their business to know the market and stay current on the changes such as new regulations and technology.”