Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Inventory Levels Rise, but Prices Remain Elevated

In May 2022, 1,835 new residential listings were posted on the MLS® System of the London and St Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR), more than in any previous May in the Association's history. The local housing supply increased from only 1.2 months of inventory in April to 1.7 months of inventory in May.

Sales, on the other hand, were more on par with those from the former decade, with only 844 homes exchanging hands last month in LSTAR's jurisdiction.

"Even if in May the sales-to-new listings ratio dropped to 46%, a figure that, typically, indicates a market that tends to favour home buyers, benchmark and average prices saw only modest month-over-month declines," said Randy Pawlowski, 2022 LSTAR President. "Compared to last year's figures, both of these values are substantially higher," he added.

LSTAR's composite MLS® Home Price Index Benchmark Price was down 4% over April, falling from $739,700 in April to $703,300 last month. However, this value is still 17.6% greater than the figure recorded in May 2021. Similarly, LSTAR's overall average home price decreased from $771,682 in April to $762,397 in May. Compared to the same period last year, this figure is 19.5% higher.

"One of the reasons why we are witnessing this level of stability is. the change in population from migration and immigration. Only in the fourth quarter of 2021, Ontario's population saw a net increase of 34,074 people. Many of these new Ontarians are now looking to buy homes they can afford in regions with good schools and hospitals. And, as it happens, our area checks all these boxes." Pawlowski explained

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

April Figures Suggest a Soft Landing of the Local Real Estate Market

 

In April 2022, 877 homes traded hands in the London-St. Thomas area and 1,609 new property listings were posted on the MLS® System of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS® (LSTAR). The local housing supply bounced up to 1.2 months of inventory in April from only 0.6 months in March.

“These figures suggest a soft landing of the local real estate market: the April home sales are on par with the ten-year average and last month's sales-to-new listings ratio of 54.5% signals that we’re trending towards a more balanced market,” said Randy Pawlowski, 2022 LSTAR President.

Within the same time frame, LSTAR's composite Home Price Index Benchmark Price saw a 4.5% month-over-month decline – from $774,200 in March to $739,700 in April. A similar difference was also seen in LSTAR's overall average home price, which decreased from $823,954 in March to $771,682 in April.

"There is nothing dramatic about the decline in home prices. These single-digit decreases were actually expected after two consecutive interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada and the Ontario Government's decision to expand and increase the non-resident speculation tax," Pawlowski explained. 

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

May Newsletter ~ The PEDLAR Team Update

 


Summer Is Around The Corner!

 

May is upon us and that means our first long weekend of summer is nearing, May 24 weekend! We hope everyone is excited for warmer weather and ready to watch Grand Bend open up again. Very exciting in terms of business opening back up the Pinery Flea Market, a local staple for many years, opened their doors for the first time this past weekend since the 2019 season!! The Pinery Flea Market brings in thousands of tourists to the area each season and is just another great business that offers a good day of fun checking for both locals and tourists.

More importantly May means Mother's Day and showing extra love to those amazing mom's in our lives!! Don't forget Mother's Day is this weekend May 8th. Check out down below for some amazing spots to think about when planning your mother's day festivities this weekend. Happy Mother's Day to all the mom's that go above and beyond for their children! We are very lucky to celebrate two amazing mom's in our immediate family, Jeannette & Robyn, that will go to great lengths to make sure everyone is looked after. We sure can't forget our trusted admin, Shelley Bedard, in wishing her an awesome Mother's Day!

As many may have experienced already is the construction in Grand Bend. Thankfully the construction is suppose to wrapped up by June 15 for the time being and then pick back up in September. Our town is going to see construction happening for the next few off seasons with the work going on now to get larger services to a new development heading North and then the new bridge construction will commence sometime very soon as well. All we can suggest is leave yourself a few more minutes to get to your destination! 

The new edition of 'IT STARTS AT THE BEACH' was just released and there may be some recognizable faces on the cover! This magazine is put together by our Grand Bend Chamber Of Commerce to showcase everything our amazing community has to offer from a walking trails map to a brewery tour map. Pick your copy up at the Grand Bend Chamber of Commerce office or come into our office at 46 Ontario Street South in Grand Bend.

Want to take advantage of the Spring market then give us a call for an evaluation and see if now is the right time for you!

Call us anytime at 519-238-5700.

Lambton Shores Short-Term Rental
Decision Is Made

 

At the end of April there was a Council meeting where the bylaw was passed pertaining to short-term rentals in Lambton Shores. The municipality realizes most rentals are all ready booked up and ready to go for this season so they are taking a phased-in approach for this year. They request all short term rental owners register their rental with the municipality by June 1st, 2022. No fee is required for the program this year. The first year of full implementation will be 2023. Please find the link below to do so and also through that link are answers to the most common questions about privacy of information and other things. The other link is the actual by-law itself for you to review. With many municipalities across Ontario reviewing there short-term rentals, due to the few bad apples with no regards for their neighbors and the community, this could have resulted in much more severe by-laws like Collingwood or Goderich where no short-term rentals are allowed at all. 

Rental Registration Link: https://www.lambtonshores.ca/en/our-government/short-term-rental_registration.aspx#Isnt-there-a-licensing-program-or-licensing-fee

By-Law Link: https://www.lambtonshores.ca/en/our-government/resources/Documents/Short-Term-Rentals/Registration/29-of-2022---Short-Term-Rental-Registration---AAODA.pdf


Canadian Housing Market Outlook To 2027

 

A new report from RE/MAX Canada finds that “small” Canadian real estate markets are attracting new residents and homebuyers primarily for the livability factors that they offer, such as green spaces and neighborhood dynamism, to name a few*, ahead of affordability by a slim margin. The 2022 Small Markets Report analyzed home sales and price trends in the fastest-growing small Canadian housing markets, which are defined as those with the highest population growth rates in 2021, and having a population of less than 440,000, with secondary markets below 100,000**.

Residential prices in these communities have continued to rise as a result of low inventory and growing demand. RE/MAX Canada brokers and agents anticipate residential price growth across all small markets analyzed in the report, with expected price increases ranging from three per cent up to 20 per cent in some regions through the remainder of 2022. Unsurprisingly, some of these markets have already experienced significant year-over-year price appreciation in the range of 17 to 46 per cent.

Some key points:

  • Quality of life factors, or “livability,” are drawing many Canadian homebuyers to small markets (40 per cent); followed by housing affordability (37 per cent)
  • More than a quarter of people living in larger markets (28 per cent) would like to move to a smaller market in the next two years
  • A quarter of Canadians (25 per cent), have received family support to purchase their first or current home; this number is consistent in large and small markets

To read the full blog click this link: https://blog.remax.ca/these-small-canadian-real-estate-markets-are-booming/


Happy Mother's Day!

 

Wondering what to do this weekend for Mother's Day?!?! We have you covered! I am sure we are missing some awesome local businesses but here a few great options that are local! It is suppose to be nice this weekend so get out and enjoy it! Fingers crossed the weather lady/man isn't lying this time!!

- Ausable - Port Franks Optimist Club is selling a variety of colours and styles of chairs with or without plants for that conversation piece in your garden or porch! Unplanted chair is $40 and planted chair is $50. All proceeds go to the Ausable-Port Franks Optimist Club. Call Lorie Scott today at 519-243-3005 to get your chair today!
- Start the day with a morning coffee and treat at the Cottage Cafe on River Road in Grand Bend overlooking the river!
- Oakwood Resort is having a special Mother's Day Brunch that is always so delicious! Reserve your spot today at 519-238-2324
- Widder Station Golf, Grill & Tap House is having a Mother's Day Brunch as well! To reserve your spot with them it is 519-296-4653
- Don't forget it will be the second weekend for the Pinery Flea Market to be open and we all know our Mom's like to do some shopping!
- Shale Ridge Estate Winery south of town outside of Thedford has some great Mother's Day baskets to purchase and so many more tasty beverages to enjoy while you are there!
- Grog's Pub and Grill has their Sunday Seafood & Sound this Sunday for Mother's Day!
- Bad Apple Brewery north of Grand Bend has live entertainment both Saturday and Sunday!
- Or take Mom golfing (weather depending!) at one of our local awesome golf courses like The White Squirrel north of Grand bend, Oakwood 9 Hole Course in town, Widder Station, Sandhills & Indian Hills all South of Grand Bend.

Regardless what you end up doing we hope you have a great day with Mom!

 
           Feature Business Of The Month            Jerry Rader Homestyle Market
 
We love showcasing our local business owners that love this community as much as we do! Jerry Rader Homestyle Market has been around for many years and with his daughter and son running things it is bound to be around for many years to come!

Jerry Rader Homestyle Market is a family-owned, unique country market with locations in Zurich and Goderich. They offer a wide variety of homemade deli salads, frozen meal ideas, and baked goods. Takeout lunch options are also available. Our personal favourite is the turkey sandwich and the tuna and mac pasta salad! Always allow extra time when you visit because you will not want to miss browsing through all their unique giftware. They carry lots of different local favourites on top of their own items. Be sure to try their own line of BBQ rubs and seasonings, branded as Reeedz BBQ. These can be found in their stores, online, and in over 25 locations across Canada.

Click the link to check their website out: https://www.jerryraders.com/

FOR SALE
73377 Sandy Beach Road, Bluewater
Sunset Cove Subdivision
Listed at $1,400,000

 
Prime lakefront location just north of Grand Bend at Sunset Cove Subdivision. Located at the end of a quiet street half way between Grand Bend and Bayfield. Nice private setting with your own stairs down to a wide sandy beach and the shores of Lake Huron. 85' of lake frontage with gradual stable bank. The cottage was built in 1997 and features an open concept design with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Living room with field stone feature wall and wood fireplace. Dining room with patio doors to your lakeside composite patio and an abundance of windows overlooking the lake. Cute and clean design with great curb appeal. Comes fully furnished so all you have to do is pack your bags and come to the Lake!

Click the link to watch the virtual tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMFqWaTgyL4
 

COMING SOON
9902 Burwell Court, Lambton Shores
Walden North Subdivision
Listing at $599,900
  • 3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms
  • Backing Onto Farmland In Private Cul-De-Sac
  • Huge Backyard Complete With Hot Tub & Gazebo
  • Open Concept Great Room With Cathedral Ceilings
  • Hardwood Floors Throughout Main Floor
  • Single Attached Garage
  • Full Partially Finished Basement
  • Gas Furnace with Central Air

Call The PEDLAR Team today for more information at 519-238-5700
 


Ontario Regional Referral Team


Looking to move outside of the area and not sure who to call? As always call The PEDLAR Team with any of your real estate needs! We are closely connected with a group of realtors that cover Southwestern Ontario. Along with our involvement in the Re/MAX community we are sure to line you up with a trusted knowledgeable real estate agent to make your plans a reality anywhere in North America, or the world for that matter because Re/MAX is global!

Check out the website for ORRT and learn more about the group: https://www.orrt.ca/

Get Your 2022 Grand Bend Locals Card!

 

Support Local With Your GRAND BEND Locals Card

It is the hope that this card will encourage you to choose local businesses, more often. They've been quietly adding new businesses, new offers and TWICE as many draws! As lovers of Grand Bend, we need to stick together and keep our businesses OPEN. These Local businesses who are unable to provide specific offers, have stepped up to help provide MORE CARDHOLDER Draws! More Draws = More Winning & More Local Spending. Let's support them, for all they do to support our community.
 

Click the link to see more information: https://grandbendlocals.com/


New To Lambton Shores?


The municipality of Lambton Shores is starting a new initiative of making municipality information easier to find out. Check the link out and see what things you didn't know about this awesome municipality. 

Click the link: https://www.lambtonshores.ca/en/living-here/new-to-lambton-shores.aspx?platform=hootsuite
 


Lambton County & Huron County
Business Map

 

A new initiative started by the Lambton County & Huron County Economic Development groups was uploaded recently. They each created a virtual mapping website to show all the businesses and store fronts across the counties. These were created as an idea during COVID and will become a great tool for locals and tourists alike after COVID. Any business can be posted in the respective area if you go to the proper link below for each county. 

Lambton County: http://www.shoplambton.ca

Huron County: https://huron.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=dc52efb9fee04e748431bb74c8335c9f

Social Media
 
Have a great day everyone and don't forget to check out our social media sites like youtube, facebook, twitter and our website to stay up to date on all the latest listings. You can find the links to these various social media outlets above our information below. See the benefits of using a high quality drone and camera for videos and pictures to add content to each listing. GIVE US A LIKE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE BY CLICKING THE ICON BELOW!

We love to hear about your experience with The PEDLAR Team so please feel free to head to our facebook page and leave a review.

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Monday, May 2, 2022

March Sees Record Number of Listings, but Inventory Remains Low

 1,049 homes were sold in March 2022 in the London-St. Thomas area via LSTAR's MLS® System. During the same time frame, 1,544 listings came on the local market, which makes last month the March with the highest number of listings in the history of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®. 

"Despite the record number of listings, our inventory – the number of active listings at month end – saw just a slight increase from last month, creeping up from 0.5 months to only 0.6," said Randy Pawlowski, 2022 LSTAR President. "The sales-to-new-listings ratio for the entire jurisdiction of LSTAR was 67.9%, much lower than a year ago, but still indicating a Sellers' market," he continued. "The latest interest rate hike by the Bank of Canada may have put a damper on what has been so far a truly fierce competition among local home buyers," he explained. 

In March, the overall average price for all home types in our area was $823,954, whereas LSTAR's composite MLS® Home Price Index Benchmark Price sat at $774,200. "These figures suggest that the pace of home price gains might have started to slow down in our area," Pawlowski said. "It's way too early to predict the impact of this new measure, but Ontario Government's recent decision to increase the non-resident speculation tax to 20% and expand it throughout the whole province might also help tame home prices," he added. 

The following table shows how March's average home sales prices in LSTAR's five main regions compare to the benchmark prices for the same areas.

AreaMarch 2022 MLS® HPI Benchmark PriceMarch 2022 Average Price
Central Elgin$826,600$927,880
London East$685,600$669,005
London North$894,800$947,700
London South$770,100$823,904
Middlesex Centre$1,085,800$1,228,124
St. Thomas$665,200$728,860
Strathroy-Caradoc$869,200$860,138
LSTAR$774,200$823,954

Thursday, April 28, 2022

March Sees Record Number of Listings, but Inventory Remains Low

 1,049 homes were sold in March 2022 in the London-St. Thomas area via LSTAR's MLS® System. During the same time frame, 1,544 listings came on the local market, which makes last month the March with the highest number of listings in the history of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®. 

"Despite the record number of listings, our inventory – the number of active listings at month end – saw just a slight increase from last month, creeping up from 0.5 months to only 0.6," said Randy Pawlowski, 2022 LSTAR President. "The sales-to-new-listings ratio for the entire jurisdiction of LSTAR was 67.9%, much lower than a year ago, but still indicating a Sellers' market," he continued. "The latest interest rate hike by the Bank of Canada may have put a damper on what has been so far a truly fierce competition among local home buyers," he explained. 

In March, the overall average price for all home types in our area was $823,954, whereas LSTAR's composite MLS® Home Price Index Benchmark Price sat at $774,200. "These figures suggest that the pace of home price gains might have started to slow down in our area," Pawlowski said. "It's way too early to predict the impact of this new measure, but Ontario Government's recent decision to increase the non-resident speculation tax to 20% and expand it throughout the whole province might also help tame home prices," he added. 

Thursday, April 7, 2022

April Newsletter ~ The PEDLAR Team Update

 


April Showers Bring May Flowers!

 

Hope everyone is enjoying their April thus far and not sick of the rain yet because the forecast shows more on the way. The best thing to do is simply smile and keep moving forward because that's all we can do. Think about the flowers blooming in May for some inspiration to stay positive!

The market continues to amaze us as homes priced correctly continue to get the attention they deserve and usually selling for more. As we enter the Spring market it should be interesting to see how the new inventory is absorbed by buyers as Summer is only a couple months away! Also if you haven't drove down the main street you should definitely go take a look before the new stuff is all built! Very exciting to see multi-millions getting pumped into our little town by investors that see our town as having mega potential. We must give a big pat on the back to those at the Grand Bend Chamber of Commerce, local entrepreneurs that own the restaurants and small business, and to the volunteers that continue to strive to offer a bigger and better experience for those who live and travel to our area.

The new edition of 'IT STARTS AT THE BEACH' was just released and there may be some recognizable faces on the cover! This magazine is put together by our Grand Bend Chamber Of Commerce to showcase everything our amazing community has to offer from a walking trails map to a brewery tour map. Pick your copy up at the Grand Bend Chamber of Commerce office or come into our office at 46 Ontario Street South in Grand Bend.

Have a great Easter weekend and hopefully we get some nice weather for it!

Want to take advantage of the Spring market then give us a call for an evaluation and see if now is the right time for you!

Call us anytime at 519-238-5700.


Lambton Shores Short-Term Rental Update

 

This past Tuesday was another council meeting where the topic of short term rentals were discussed again. To view all the latest details of that discussion click the link below. The big opposition to what was proposed in the past council meeting was a maximum occupancy of 8 people in a home. This seems to be a sticking point for the general public that could either be on sewers or homes built to accommodate 2 people per bedroom in a 5 or 6 bedroom home. Sounds like some changes are going to be made to increase the occupancy and exclude children under 12 in that max occupancy figure. To read the full report from Tuesday's council meeting it is in the link below. Another major talking point is implementation of these policies taking effect for 2022 or hold off till February 2023.


Click the link to view full council report: https://www.lambtonshores.ca/en/our-government/resources/Documents/Short-Term-Rentals/CAO--2022-Short-Term-Rental-By-Law-and-Licensing-Program-.pdf


Canadian Housing Market Outlook To 2027


Re/MAX Canada came out with their 'Canadian Market Housing Outlook Report to 2027' with some very interesting material that all home owners should read. Here are some Key Takeaways and Survey Results below with a link to the blog and link to the full report at the bottom.

Key takeaways:

  • Interest rate increases at a reasonable schedule of four times a year would create a stable and more relaxed housing market over the next five years.
  • Current immigration policy is focused significantly on accepting new Canadians on the basis of their economic and social capital characteristics (i.e., education, French/English language skills, and previous Canadian work or study experience). However, the policy could be more clearly linked with national labour market demands, especially relating to construction trades, potentially addressing housing supply issues driven by skill shortages.
  • While the deployment of taxes such as the foreign buyer’s tax has been front and centre over the last few years as a tactic to calm Canada housing market prices, removing the exemption on capital gains for principal residences could have a greater impact on market disruption.

According to a Leger survey commissioned by RE/MAX Canada as part of the report:

  • Over the next five years, Canadians said taxation (50 per cent)rising interest rates (46 per cent), and the possibility of an economic recession (42 per cent) rank as their top three worries when it comes to buying a home.
  • Thinking ahead five years, 37 per cent of Canadians say their preferred community would be suburban, while 30 per cent want to live in an urban environment, and 27 per cent say rural.
  • 61 per cent of Canadians agree that real estate is the best long-term investment they could make (which they don’t see changing over the next five-years), however, rising property-related taxes (64 per cent)rising interest rates (58 per cent) and a possible capital gains tax (55 per cent) are factors that would cause barriers or concerns when it comes to buying a home in that time frame.

To read the full blog click this link: https://blog.remax.ca/canada-housing-market-outlook-to-2027/


To view the full report click this link: http://download.remax.ca/PR/REMAXUnlockingTheFuture_Chapter1.pdf


Province Makes Further Restrictions
Against Foreign Investors

 

Ontario real estate is more expensive, and thus, less attainable than ever. In an effort to cool the hot housing market, the Ford Government has increased and expanded its foreign homebuyer tax, effective today.

The Non-Resident Speculation Tax (NRST) first took effect in 2017 as a 15-per-cent tax applied to properties within the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area that were purchased by foreign nationals, foreign corporations and taxable trustees. Starting on March 30, 2022, the tax will impact foreign-purchased properties province-wide, at a higher rate of 20 per cent.

The change comes as part of the Ford Government’s action plan on housing, aimed at tackling the affordability crisis. The Province said the tougher NRST rules are intended to “strengthen efforts to deter non-resident investors from speculating on Ontario’s housing market and help make home ownership more attainable for Ontario residents.”

Click the link to view the full Re/MAX Canada Blog: https://blog.remax.ca/province-cracks-down-on-foreign-speculators-in-ontario-real-estate/


Getting Your Home Ready For Spring

 

It's that time of year to give your home a good Spring cleaning! The focus should be on a deep clean and decluttering to help everyone in the home destress. Click the link below for a great list of things to do in all the different parts of your home. It is a long list so even if you get half of these things done you are doing awesome! You will thank yourself later we promise.

Click the link to view the full list: https://www.cachethomes.com/spring-cleaning-tips-2022/


Feature Business Of The Month
Green Bucks With Matt & Julie DeJong

 
We love showcasing our local business owners that love this community as much as we do! They recently were awarded the “Best Specialty Store” in the 'We Love What's Local' campaign! Matt & Julie DeJong took ownership of GreenBucks Dollar Discount Store in Grand Bend in the fall of 2014. It was an established business, purchased from founder Dave Greene who was retiring at the time.

The DeJong’s have enjoyed stocking the store with key items for everyday needs but have also grown the business to include a larger variety of those everyday items along with adding a new seasonal décor section. Their goal is to provide our community and beyond with quality products at affordable prices and this is a commitment they are proud to stand by. In fall of 2017, they decided to expand their business to include a seasonal Christmas Store. Operating out of an empty unit beside the Dollar Discount Store, this was well received each year following by so many that they knew an expansion was necessary.

In Spring 2021 with much excitement, the construction of their newly designed Seasonal Store began at 10005 Lakeshore Road, Grand Bend – just 5 minutes south of their main store. Opening day for GreenBucks Country Christmas Store was held in November 2021 and what a success it was, thanks to our local community and many visitors travelling for hours to visit. Following the Christmas season, this location closed for the months of January and February while staff changed over to a new look for Spring and Summer. This store was reopened once again in March 2022 with beautiful new home décor for both indoors and outdoors. The DeJong’s main goal for this location as well, is to continue their tradition of offering high quality products priced lower than the suggested cost and to have something for everyone!

They look forward to welcoming all the new residents moving to Grand Bend as well as the many tourists who visit our beautiful town throughout the year. They hope you will stop by to say hello and browse through both their store locations.

Click the link to check their website out: https://gbucks.ca/
 

FOR SALE
9899 Wilbert Street, Grand Bend
VanDongen Subdivision
Listed at $529,900

 
Year round home in Grand Bend surrounded by mature trees on a nice corner lot in Vandongen Subdivision. Cute and tidy bungalow with board & batten siding, brick front accent and asphalt drive with lots of parking all situated on a 109’ x 160’ lot. Spend time outside with family and friends playing horseshoes or your evenings around the fire pit. Inside you have an open concept interior with hardwood floors and lots of natural light throughout. Eat in kitchen updated in 2010 with wood cabinets, tile backsplash and patio doors to the brand-new back deck. Dining room area could be an excellent office or 3rd sleeping area. Sunken living room overlooking the front yard. 2 bedrooms on the main floor with an updated bathroom. Full basement partially finished with a second full bath and bedroom. Potential to finish off a second living room with wood fireplace and brick accent wall. Gas forced air heat with AC. Home can come fully furnished with everything needed to move right in and enjoy life in Grand Bend.

Click the link to watch the virtual tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7x-rl7qROU
 

FOR SALE
9717 Army Camp Road, Ipperwash
7 Unit Investment Property
Close To The Beach
Listed at $1,450,000

 
Multi unit investment opportunity just a short walk to Ipperwash Beach. The Pinewood Motel situated on a large 226’ x 200’ parcel (triple wide lot) with mature trees and a park like setting. 7 units in total consisting of 4 x 2 bedroom 1 bath suites with kitchenette’s, 2 x bachelor units and the 2 bedroom 1 bath owners suite with full kitchen and living room. Units 1,2,3,&4 are the 2 bedroom suites that are 25’ x 15’ with vinyl plank flooring and updated kitchens. Units 5 & 6 are the bachelor units 12’ x 24’ with in floor heat. Owners suite is 24’ x 26’ with in floor heat. Each unit has its own Daikin mini split unit (2019) for heat and AC. Large laundry room and owners storage space as well as a separate office space at the front 9’x7’. Landscaped pool area with 4’ chlorine pool. Lots of recent updates throughout like kitchens, flooring, most stoves, and fridges plus much more. New roof 2013, new septic system 2013. Units 5,6 and owners suite built in 2013. Comes complete with all chattels, website and phone number making this a turnkey investment. Building is located on 2 lots with the third lot being a vacant residential lot included with the sale. Great opportunity to make this into a summer retreat and weekly rental location families can enjoy for years to come.

Click the link to watch the virtual tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LqXYmw3m_A
 


Ontario Regional Referral Team


Looking to move outside of the area and not sure who to call? As always call The PEDLAR Team with any of your real estate needs! We are closely connected with a group of realtors that cover Southwestern Ontario. Along with our involvement in the Re/MAX community we are sure to line you up with a trusted knowledgeable real estate agent to make your plans a reality anywhere in North America, or the world for that matter because Re/MAX is global!

Check out the website for ORRT and learn more about the group: https://www.orrt.ca/

Get Your 2022 Grand Bend Locals Card!

 

Support Local With Your GRAND BEND Locals Card

It is the hope that this card will encourage you to choose local businesses, more often. They've been quietly adding new businesses, new offers and TWICE as many draws! As lovers of Grand Bend, we need to stick together and keep our businesses OPEN. These Local businesses who are unable to provide specific offers, have stepped up to help provide MORE CARDHOLDER Draws! More Draws = More Winning & More Local Spending. Let's support them, for all they do to support our community.
 

Click the link to see more information: https://grandbendlocals.com/


New To Lambton Shores?


The municipality of Lambton Shores is starting a new initiative of making municipality information easier to find out. Check the link out and see what things you didn't know about this awesome municipality. 

Click the link: https://www.lambtonshores.ca/en/living-here/new-to-lambton-shores.aspx?platform=hootsuite
 


Lambton County & Huron County
Business Map

 

A new initiative started by the Lambton County & Huron County Economic Development groups was uploaded recently. They each created a virtual mapping website to show all the businesses and store fronts across the counties. These were created as an idea during COVID and will become a great tool for locals and tourists alike after COVID. Any business can be posted in the respective area if you go to the proper link below for each county. 

Lambton County: http://www.shoplambton.ca

Huron County: https://huron.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=dc52efb9fee04e748431bb74c8335c9f

Social Media
 
Have a great day everyone and don't forget to check out our social media sites like youtube, facebook, twitter and our website to stay up to date on all the latest listings. You can find the links to these various social media outlets above our information below. See the benefits of using a high quality drone and camera for videos and pictures to add content to each listing. GIVE US A LIKE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE BY CLICKING THE ICON BELOW!

We love to hear about your experience with The PEDLAR Team so please feel free to head to our facebook page and leave a review.

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 Doug Pedlar      Mark Pedlar     Garrett Pedlar 
    Broker of Record                         Broker                        Sales Representative
 
519-902-4099    519-670-0746     519-872-0910
 remaxdoug@hay.net           remaxmark@hay.net          remaxgarrett@hay.net