925 homes traded hands last month via LSTAR's MLS® system, marking the second best August for home sales since LSTAR started tracking data, back in 1978. However, the pace of sales was slower than in August 2020, with the median number of days spent by a home on the market sitting at 9, compared to only 8 days last year.
The London and St Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) reported 993 homes sold last month in its jurisdiction. "Even though this represents the second highest number of home sales recorded via LSTAR's MLS® system for the month of July, this value is more in line with our pre-pandemic figures, which suggests that our market may be stabilizing," said LSTAR 2021 President Jack Lane.
The London and St Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) announced 1,194 homes exchanged hands last month, the highest number of home sales recorded via the MLS® system for the month of June since the Association began tracking data in 1978.
London, ON – Residents of London and St. Thomas give high marks to their cities for healthcare, raising a family and overall quality of life, according to a new report by Nanos Research on behalf of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR). The report also found residents across the region are concerned about home affordability, while St. Thomas residents feel rail connections between the Railway City and other centres could be better.
May 2021 was yet another remarkable month for home sales activity in LSTAR's jurisdiction: the Association recorded 1,258 residential transactions via its MLS® systems - up 87.5% from May 2020, when the local real estate market was experiencing a pandemic-induced decline.
The London and St Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) announced 1,231 homes exchanged hands last month, the highest number of home sales recorded via the MLS® system for the month of April since the Association began tracking data in 1978.
The London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR) announced 1,296 homes exchanged hands in March, an increase of more than 56% compared to the same time a year ago. The total sales are the highest recorded for the month of March since the Association began tracking data in 1978.
April 6, 2021
We would like to acknowledge the Indigenous Peoples in whose traditional territory we work and live: the Anishinabek; the Haudenosaunee; and the Lunaapeew. The three distinct First Nations communities within the Middlesex-London area are: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation; Oneida Nation of the Thames; and Munsee-Delaware Nation. We acknowledge the many longstanding treaty relationships between Indigenous Nations and Canada – including the London Township Purchase of 1796 between the Anishinabek and the Crown. This territory is now home to many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples. Each of us must honour these relationships, and we all have a responsibility to reconcile.