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Windsor Real Estate Info

 

One of the most common questions we get at this time of year is, “What’s going on in the market?” It’s not just potential buyers and sellers who are curious; homeowners always want reassurance their home’s value is going up. While the state of the real estate market depends on where you live, one thing is for sure: Overall, the real estate market is healthy in most areas. 

We often use national real estate numbers to give us a clearer view of our local market. However, real estate is local, and while statistics and predictions help us understand the overall real estate market, our local market may be different. If you’re thinking of buying or selling, or just want to know how much your home is worth, give us a call! 

What to Expect in the Real

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As of January 1, 2017 Tecumseh residents will be required to place waste in hard sided containers. Residents and businesses are responsible for obtaining their own approved hard-sided garbage containers, either purchased from retailers or rented from independent local suppliers for a small monthly fee.

The container must be made of rigid metal or plastic with external handles and a watertight lid. Capacity can not exceed 125 L.  See other requirements on the Town of Tecumseh website (http://www.tecumseh.ca/hardsidedcontainers1)

The new regulation was created to discourage urban rodents and other animals. The rule applies to the first waste pick-up scheduled for January 5, 2017. Garbage not placed in a hard-sided container with a watertight lid

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

6 pm – 10 pm

Handcrafted Everything, Local Art & Crafters, Vintage Collectors, Silk Screeners, Seasonal Produce & Plants, Beirgarten, Authentic German Cuisine, Locally Roasted Coffee & More!

Visit the Ford City Market who are encouraging families to introduce their children to new and creative hobbies through their workshops that are created for all ages.

Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre, 1367 Drouillard Road, Windsor, Ontario  
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RE/MAX has released their 2017 Housing Market Outlook Report. Unsurprisingly, Windsor is projected to remain a hot seller's market through 2017, with a five-percent increase in the average home price rising to $237,791. With the year not ended, RE/MAX projects the average sales price for 2016 to be approx $226,468. This was a whopping 13% increase over 2015.  For comparison, the average home price in 2013 was just $183,518. That's a pretty amazing jump.

Windsor is a practical choice for young professionals looking to enter the market. Compared to other markets across the country, millennials and first time home buyers are getting much more bang for their buck. The report also touches on Windsor's condo market, which emphasizes the focus on

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One of my favourite places to visit this time of year is the Willistead Manor, which is elegantly decorated for the holidays. Tour the mansion on Wednesdays or Sundays in December for an unforgettable experience. Special performances by Cellist Nadine Deleury on Wednesday, December 14 and The Bell Ringers on Sunday, December 18. Group Tours are available for groups of 25 or more, and can be arranged through Willistead Manor.

Wednesdays in December (7, 14, 21 & 28) from 7 pm – 9 pm

Sundays in December (4, 11 & 18) from 1 pm – 4 pm

$5.75 /Adult; $4.75/Senior; $2.25/Child
519.253.2365, www.willistead.ca
Willistead Manor – 1899 Niagara St., Windsor

 

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Amherstburg is about waterfront, creative and classic history! Now is your chance to see 10 unique properties dressed and decorated for the holiday season by caring businesses and decorators. Each with its own style and flair. Pick up ideas that you can use in your own home or simply marvel at the decorations and themes!
Tour begins at the Life Size Gingerbread House located in Toddy Jones Park (50 North St. Amherstburg ON, N9V 1E5). Once you have your ticket and your map you tour the homes at your own leisure.

Saturday, Dec. 3rd - 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

& Sunday, Dec. 4th – 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Tickets $25 also available at Gordon House (268 Dalhousie St.),
Sobeys Amherstburg, Pied-a-Terre and The Village Shoppe

2016 Ticket includes tea room and

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There is so much to do in Amherstburg this holiday season! Enjoy exploring this stunning historical area. Do not miss a walk through the streets of historical downtown Amhertburg. Bundle up and take in the sights of the waterfront parks and river views. Here are just some of the things to do:

 

Amherstburg River Lights Winter Festival

Friday November 18, 2016 – Saturday December 30, 2016. 

The Amherstburg River Lights Winter Festival is celebrating 10 years! Visit charming downtown Amherstburg Ontario for beautiful holiday light displays, a traditional tree lighting ceremony in olde towne square. Bundle up for an outdoor holiday movie, hot chocolate, carolers, children crafts, and fireworks! They will be filming the classic movie “Frosty

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Saturday December 3rd, 2016 at 5:00pm

Optimist Park, 705 Notra Dame, Belle River, Ontario

   

Watch the Encore Performing Arts Company under the direction of Nancy Patterson at 5pm

Santa arrives with the Lakeshore Fire Department at 6pm.

Hotdogs, Cookies, and Coffee, Hot Chocolate and Apple Cider Compliments of the BIA.

Support the Belle River Girl Guides Selling cookies and making crafts!

Please bring a donation for the Lakeshore Food Banks.

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Visit Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre at 1367 Drouillard Road for a German Christmas Market!

 

December 2, 9, 16 & 23 from 6-10 pm

 

Amazing local vendors, children's make & take craft station, Christmas music, Gluhwein, Hot Chocolate, German menu & bar.

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Mark your Calendar for Wednesday November 30th, 2016 at 4:30pm

CP Yard at Erie Street West and Janette Street

 

The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train is back for its 18th year in an effort to raise money, food and awareness for local food banks. Since its launch in 1999, the program has raised more than C$12 million and 3.9 million pounds of food for communities along CP’s routes in Canada and the northern U.S.

Every pound and dollar raised at each stop stays with the local food bank to help feed those in need in that community.

Performers:

Kelly Prescott https://www.facebook.com/KellyPrescottMusic/

Doc Walker https://www.facebook.com/docwalkerband/

Again this year, the Holiday Train program is encouraging people attending

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