Moncton Real Estate

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My Moncton housing and real estate blog covers Westmorland, Albert and Kent counties including other cities and towns such as Dieppe, Riverview and Shediac. Housing market analysis and insight for real estate buyers and sellers. Currently unrepresented? I'll quickly respond to your real estate questions.

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2010 

Back in the very early seventies a Moncton civil engineering firm began development on a new subdivision off the Shediac Road as it approaches the Trans Canada Highway and Moncton city limits. The development was named Grove Hamlet and it offered larger lots for upscale homes. At the time the loc...
03/30/2010
Moncton's Royal Oaks Golf Course Residential Community is situated within city limits across from the expansive Irishtown Nature Park, which consists of 2,200 acres of forest and 250 acres of water. About ten years ago the Royal Oaks Golf Course and the surrounding residential community was devel...
03/27/2010
The Fairview Knoll / Sunny Acres residential area of Moncton offers easy access to the Trans Canada Highway and the ever expanding Caledonia Industrial Estates, the business hub of the Atlantic Provinces. In total there are over 80 companies located in Caledonia Industrial Estates. Some of the la...
03/25/2010
In the real estate world, consumers may choose to be a customer or a client. A customer expects assistance. A client expects representation. Representation is one of the Three Rs of Real Estate Agency. Representation is a foundation principle of Agency. Respect for the client's right to full repr...
03/18/2010
On Monday RBC released the findings of their 17th Annual RBC Homeownership Study. Looking at the Atlantic Canada numbers reveals some interesting statements about Atlantic Canadians housing intentions and costs. According to the RBC media release: Three quarters of Atlantic Canada residents belie...
03/10/2010
It's the Seller(s) versus the Buyer(s) and the game is about to begin. Each enter the contest planning to win and eager not to lose. Some hope to win by a large margin and of course no one wants to lose big time. Each opponent has built their team with the best players and support staff they can ...
03/08/2010
With so many Agencies (Brokerages) and their sales people representing Sellers in the real estate market, Buyers are demanding real representation. "I'll treat you fairly" is no longer an acceptable performance standard to many Buyers. The majority of today's Buyers want undivided loyalty, full d...
03/07/2010
Well its two months into the 2010 Southeast New Brunswick real estate market and the year to date numbers reveal unit sales are just slightly ahead of last year but not yet recovered to prior record year levels. And average sale prices are up a tad, due mainly to the fact that the slight increase...
03/01/2010