In order to understand the desireability of the Bristol-London neighbourhood for buyers and sellers, it is necessary to compare the present market to a previous one. In this case the third quarter statistics of 2014 are compared side-by-side to the third quarter statistics of 2013 from the Community Housing Market Report York Region, Newmarket, with with the increase or decrease in results in the right hand column.
3rd Quarter 2013
3rd Quarter 2014
Average Home Price
Active Listings Inventory
Average Days On Market
% Of Sold Price To Listing Price
Home sales in 2014 decreased slightly to 44 from 46 in 2013, and the Average Home Sale Price increased on average by $44,185. At the same time there were 4 more New Listings in 2014 as well as 3 more Active Listings, and the price per home went up along with a total Dollar Volume increase of $1,048,612. Surely, the desirability of the neighbourhood helped keep the prices up, but continually low interest rates also helped in this regard with the sale price. During the same period, the Average Number of Days on the market increased from 30 in 2013 to 33 in 2014 which is still allright for home sellers. The Percentage of Sold Price To Listing Price remained the same at 98% in both 2013 and in 2014. The majority of Bristol-London real estate sales came from detached and semi-detached houses as shown below with breakdown by type. This desirable neighbourhood is another indicator of the strength of the overall Newmarket Housing Market.
Number of Sales 2013
Number of Sales 2014
This is another example of Real Estate as a Great Investment. At present there is relatively low risk with excellent chances of increasing the value of your own estate. With homes selling close to full listing price in a relatively short length of time, Bristol-London continues to be strong in York Region real estate and a great investment despite the reduction in sales. Our strong economy should continue with this neighbourhood helping to lead the way.