The warm and sunny days of summer are slowly coming to an end. The change of seasons will soon be here and perhaps that has you thinking of changes as well. If you’re at all considering selling your Oakville home this fall but aren’t sure it’s the right time, think again. 


While the spring season tends to be known as an ideal time to list, there’s no doubt that fall is also a great time to get your home on the market. There are many key advantages to selling your home during the fall season and Sue Heddle Homes is the team you need to help you navigate the current market.

5 Reasons to List Your Home This Fall

Having the right real estate agent will make a significant difference when it comes to finding success. While the fall market can be a great time to sell, you still need to work with someone that has experience in your location and knows how to attracts buyers.


If you’re still not sure that the upcoming fall season can work...

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Home sales in Oakville and throughout all of Halton and Mississauga have slowed down compared to this same period last year. With the changes in the market, homes may not sell as quickly, which means that selling your home can be a bit more challenging. So, what can you do to make sure your home sells during a market slowdown? Most importantly, make sure you’re working with an experienced realtor that consistently demonstrates success and has the tools and abilities to make sure your home and listing are expertly prepared.


Sue Heddle Homes has more than a decade of experience selling homes in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Mississauga. With an award-winning seller’s guide, free home staging, digital marketing tools and top negotiating skills, you can count on our team to ensure your listing gets the attention it deserves. Choosing the right realtor will make a huge difference when it comes to attracting buyers in a slower market. Give us a call...

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As part of the 2022 federal budget, the Canadian government wants to provide initiatives designed to make homeownership more affordable. One way they plan to accomplish this is with the new First Home Savings Account (FHSA).


Aimed at first time home buyers, this new program will give prospective homeowners some tax relief as well as make it easier for them to achieve their homeownership goals. The FHSA does not replace the RRSP Home Buyer's Plan that already exists, however, it’s important to note that the two programs cannot be used in tandem. While the RRSP Home Buyer's Plan requires withdrawals from the account to be repaid, the FHSA does not.

Learn More About First Home Savings Accounts

First Home Savings Accounts are expected to be available in 2023. There will be eligibility requirements, as well as rules and conditions, so it’s best to consult with a mortgage broker or financial institution to determine if and how you can make this new option work for you.

In the meantime,...

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Housing affordability seemed to be a priority of the 2022 Federal budget; however, it will remain to be seen how effective some of the actions will prove to be. Buying a home in Canada has become increasingly out of reach for many Canadians, but will this new budget be enough to change the current market?


“TRREB is encouraged that governments at all levels continue to make housing affordability a priority, but it is critically important that governments take actions that will have meaningful impacts. All levels of government should be implementing evidence-based initiatives that address the real cause of affordability challenges, which is an inadequate supply of homes for sale or rent,” said TRREB President Kevin Crigger.


While the Toronto Regional Real Estate board is in favour of the budget actions intended to increase housing supply, it did express concern when it came to the effectiveness of policies intended to suppress demand. In particular, they feel that the focus on...

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Time to finally shed our winter coats as spring has definitely sprung across all major real estate markets within Ontario! The trend of significant over asking bids continues across all housing sectors, from condos to semi-attached and single-family homes.


Below you can find current hot housing markets and key indicators to watch out for. Are you ready to list or buy? Have questions? Looking for tips on how to market your home to increase resell potential? Sue Heddle Homes has only your best interests in mind whether you're selling or buying.

Key Insights to Note & Detailed Stats by Area

  • Consistent sales growth continues across all markets.
  • Hamilton and Niagara are rebounding from previous sales lag and are an affordable choice for families and commuters to major city centers.
  • The number of residential units sold also continues to be on the decline across all regions due to limited supply. This corresponds with an even shorter downward trend of units being...
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