Roger Caras said “Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” If you share that philosophy in life, then you must consider your dog’s wants and needs as you search for your new home. Here are some points to consider: First, consider the neighborhood. The HOA: If you’re thinking […]Read More
Brantford, Ontario is the best city in Canada to buy real estate, according to the latest annual MoneySense ranking Where to Buy Now. Often known as “Telephone City” after its famous resident and inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, Brantford came out on top when MoneySense factored in a number of variables including price momentum, value relative […]Read More
Summer is usually the slowest time of year next to December which held true with overall Brantford Sales volume. Within the office though we had a bit of a shakeup, while Kate Broddick maintained her lead Rob Avery came out of the thatch to grab 2nd place and Kate McGinnis held her rank and 3rd […]Read More
Another stellar month for Sutton – Team Realty Realtors selling Brantford and Brant County Real Estate like it was going out of style. Sure it’s a sellers market and some homes sell themselves; but there are a lot of properties out there that are not moving or no-one is able to make a deal come […]Read More
We happily reward our Realtors and Associates for their hard work and dedication to Brantford real estate
Top Producing Realtors are recognized for their top performance and is based on Completed Deal Ends.Read More
Its always a pleasure each month to recognize the outstanding achievements through hard work. At times I think I know who will win the month mid stream, someone usually kicks it up a notch and passes the leader. Competition is great and the spoils are for the winner and its amazing to see it unfold. Kate Broddick, Ryan Campbell, Andrew Evans, and Kate McGinnis are the salespersons hitting the biggest numbers and out-selling their peers. But all Sutton Team Realty Realtors are Winners and are truly not just in my opinion but what I have heard a cut above all other Realtors in town just not because of their ability to see farther than the rest but of the simple ability to put the client first. Real Estate is a tough business but its tougher still to adapt and change because we are creatures of habit, a Sutton Team Agent has the ability to do whats others are afraid to do and win.Read More
Its amazing to see the phenomenal results of a desire to succeed in sales volumes over peers, which is a direct result of working hard for clients. For their own success in buying or selling real estate and for a good price. No matter if one house is sold or 40, the coolest thing about goals is there is no “there!” (And, if there were a “there”? You’d probably be bored out of your mind within 4 hours of arriving.) There’s always another goal to reach. A desire to grow will always focus on where you are not. That’s the difference with us, hard work and a focus on goals which always delivers results. When you have a negative mindset you become misdirected and will fail in everything. The differences between winners and losers is an extensive list, but winners hang with winners. When you work with Sutton Team Realty you work with champions of positive energy.Read More
British Columbia took over as Canada’s economic star Thursday, with government figures showing it grew the fastest among 10 provinces last year while Alberta’s output fell to last place on lower oil prices.
Gross domestic product grew 3 percent in B.C. in 2015, the fastest since 2006, on gains in real estate, retailing and manufacturing. Output in Alberta fell by 4 percent on the energy rout, making it Canada’s worst performer. The oil-producing province had led a year earlier, when it posted 4.5 percent growth.
Investors may have written off this busy housing market, but new data suggests those who put their money in it will likely earn major profits.
The Toronto condo market – which many argue has been over-built – recorded a drop in inventory and an increase in demand in the first quarter of this year.
Discussions of Canada’s long-running home affordability issue usually focus on the staggering price growths, but a recent analysis offered a different perspective that underscored the reality of just how hard it is for this generation’s would-be buyer to manage the costs involved.