According to this article in the Globe and Mail, Toronto home buyers who seem to be growing tired of their search for the perfect home during a time when Toronto real estate listings are in short supply are on the lookout for pods – moveable storage containers – in local driveways.
These storage containers are almost always a sign that homeowners might be moving and give the prospective buyers a heads-up when it comes to finding a new home. Many home sellers know the first step to staring your home and getting it ready for sale is to declutter and remove any extra furniture, which is where the storage pods come in. Garage sales are also another sign the homeowners might be making a significant change in the coming months.
As Toronto Real Estate Board numbers come in for March, listings continue to drop – two per cent during the first half of March compared to March 2011. Homes are also spending less time on the market: 24 days as opposed to 27 in 2011.
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