GUELPH — House prices in Guelph will continue to rise, Chris Bisson told a room full of real estate agents, mortgage brokers, real estate lawyers and clients at the Guelph Real Estate Pulse Conference this week.
Shoring and foundation work began recently on a condominium project in downtown Guelph that is already more than 90 per cent sold.
Market Commons, a 55-unit Creating Homes residential development at the corner of Gordon Street and Waterloo Avenue, is scheduled to open in less than a year. Billed as affordable and centrally located, the building still has a few units available in all offerings.
The Guelph-Wellington Branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario will host a public talk on “today’s sustainable building”, on Jan. 16.
The main speaker for the event will be Ben Polley, the business manager and founder of Evolve Builders. He was also Guelph’s Green party candidate in the 2007 provincial election.
Polley will show how he refurbished his designated heritage home and discuss how home owners can make changes in their own homes. He will also talk about the various efficiency-retrofit actions available.
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A half-dozen prominent women in work gear were tethered to safety lines as they stood on second-floor scaffolding hammering a vapour barrier and insulation to the exterior of a single-family house on Paisley Road on Saturday, preparing to add plywood sheathing to the roof the next day.
They were working for a good cause: a Habitat for Humanity Wellington “women’s build” project, constructing a residence for a family of modest means, a mother and her three boys.
Don’t count on a booming housing market in 2013.
Sales of existing homes are expected to fall slightly in Waterloo Region next year and housing starts will decline by a larger amount, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. predicts.
In its fall housing market outlook released Monday, the agency forecasts that 6,450 resale homes will change hands in 2013, a drop of 0.8 per cent from the 6,500 expected to be sold by the end of this year.
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