PHOTOS: Most expensive and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in September 2021
Published October 8, 2021 at 11:28 am
Hamilton’s real estate market in September struggled with supply and demand, once again forcing the average price of a home to hit new heights.
According to the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) monthly statistics report, there were 1,226 sales of residential properties processed through MLS last month.
The average price for residential properties in the RAHB area (which includes Hamilton, Burlington, Haldimand and Niagara north) was $881,656 which was an increase of nearly five per cent from last month compared to an increase of 22 per cent from September 2020.
Sales increased two per cent since August 2021, and they were down nearly 30 per cent since September 2020, the report notes.
New listings increased by 14 per cent since August but they were down 26 per cent since last September.
“After months of relatively flat prices, September’s historically low listing and inventory levels have moved the average sale price to a new record,” said RAHB President Donna Bacher.
“The demand remains strong and the supply remains low. Overall, we need more supply on the market to meet the demands of buyers and investors. There’s nothing on the horizon to indicate that October will be any different.”
So here’s a closer look at some of the most expensive and least expensive homes sold in Hamilton in September 2021.
This east Hamilton bungalow was listed for $299,999 and sold for $450,000. It featured two bedrooms, one bathroom, a well-appointed galley-style kitchen that leads to a bright sunroom that overlooks a large and private backyard.
This townhouse in downtown Hamilton was listed for $449,000 and sold for $440,000. It featured three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sizeable kitchen with a ton of cupboard space and plenty of historic charm.
This north Hamilton home was listed for $429,000 and sold for:$485,000. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home had been tastefully updated with quartz countertops in a bright, open kitchen, a big backyard and lots of character.
This north Hamilton townhouse was listed for $429,900 and sold for $505,000. This recently renovated and modern home featured two bedrooms and one bathroom, stunning kitchen with ample storage and new appliances, as well as new flooring and upgrades throughout.
This north end home was listed for $449,000 and sold for $570,000. It featured three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a bright, open newly renovated kitchen, new flooring and upgrades throughout, a finished basement and a private backyard.
This central Hamilton home was listed for $777,700 and sold for $1,050,000. This home featured five bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and recent updates throughout which includes new kitchen, upgraded flooring, and modern design features that enhance the home’s old-world charm.
This house in Binbrook was listed for $779,777 and sold for $1,040,000. This three bedroom, three bathroom home featured a large, bright kitchen, tasteful upgrades throughout, bedroom-level laundry, huge master suite and new backyard deck and patio for entertaining.
This home in Binbrook was listed for $889,900 and sold for $1,010,000. This three-bedroom, three-bathroom home featured a bright, open-concept layout, a huge kitchen with tons of storage, a large backyard with an elevated deck and an unfinished basement with heaps of potential.
This home in lower Stoney Creek was listed for $949,000 and sold for $1,071,000. This fully renovated three-bedroom, two-bathroom home featured a stunning backyard retreat with an inground pool, custom patio and escarpment and a bright, open-concept layout inside.
This Flamborough property was listed for $2,495,000 and sold for $2,610,000. This massive four-bedroom, five-bathroom home features a huge chef’s kitchen, four fireplaces, a large mostly finished basement and a remarkable backyard oasis with waterfalls and in-ground pool.
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