The market in Northeastern Ontario is seeing some slight fluctuation this fall. In Timmins, the average sale price for a home stands at $180,453, down slightly from the year before. Meanwhile, the number of homes sold during that same time period has increase, from 437 to 453 properties. These homes have also taken slightly longer to sell, with the average number of days on market ticking up from 71 to 79 days. Current listings feature 943 homes on market, down from 1004.
With a degree in Economics and a general interest in real estate from a young age, the only thing Taylor Moore needed to launch his appraising career was a little push. That came after a conversation with an experienced local appraiser, who gave him the boost he needed. After completing the necessary training, Taylor went on to earn his CRA designation and ultimately, with the help and guidance of another appraiser, went on to start his own appraisal firm, A&M Property Appraisals Ltd. Since joining the industry four years ago, Taylor has built a reputation around his region of Northeastern Ontario for his enthusiastic, systematic, and consistent approach to appraising.