Home sales could be showing signs of rebounding in Southern Georgian Bay’s eastern district, according to a local realtor’s association.
In July, 313 sales were made, an increase of one sale from the previous year. While small, the additional sale marks the first year-over-year increase since March 2017.
“The standout in the July housing data for the region was sales in the eastern district, which jumped 32 per cent on a seasonally adjusted basis compared to June,” Matthew Lidbetter, president of the Southern Georgian Bay Association of Realtors, said in a prepared release.
“After a slow start to 2018, it was the first real sign that things may be starting to turn the corner. It comes alongside improving sales activity in a number of other…