Mills Landing Deveron Crescent Apartment Condo Prices

Mills Landing Deveron Crescent Apartment Condo Prices

There are eight apartment condo buildings located in this enclave at three storey condos in Pond Mills neighbourhood of London Ontario, near the corner of Commissioners Road East and Deveron Cr.

Deveron Cr Apartment Condos London Ontario

There are approximately 350 units, from 1, 2 and three bedroom and all have a gas fireplace. There are two pools on the complex and a short walk to grocery and drug stores. This complex of low rise apartment condos in London Ontario is on a bus route and effortless access to Veteran’s Memorial Parkway and the 401.

Mills Landing Deveron Cr Apartment Condos

The condo management company does an excellent job of looking after the management and the ground keeping, and there is heaps of parking.

As of April 29, 2019, there were 2 three bedroom units sold, one for $214,000 and the other $228,100, 2 one bedroom units that sold, one at $157,000 and the other $165,000, and 6 two bedroom units, from a low of $185,000 up to $200,000, taking about 12 days to sell for 106.32% of the asking price!

 A huge change from 2018 which was a record year and already we have set all-time highs for 2019! Where are prices heading? Give me a call at 519-435-1600 for the real insight of the market.

We saw record prices for these apartment condos in 2018 with 22 sold:

  • four one bedroom units between $117,000 to $139,000. 
  • eighteen two bedroom apartments from $129,000 to $175,000
  • two three bedroom units, one at $162,500 & the other $165,900

You can request unit prices, what’s for sale now, amenities of the apartments that sold and the ratio between asking price and sale price, plus, how long they took to sell!

Scroll down the page and request the reports, we have hundreds of satisfied clients who did and they saved a whole lot of money and time.

Before Buying a Condo in London Ontario, Questions To Ask

Before buying a condo in London Ontario, be it a townhouse, townhome or an apartment condo, there are questions you may want answers to.

It’s hard to ask questions if you don’t know what to ask and if you did get answers, how do you know they are accurate?

The wisest thing that anyone can do after they have decided to buy is to research and contact the Realtor who they feel most comfortable with, who they think has the skills and the experience and whom you feel you can entrust your hard earned money!

Maybe you might want to interview two or three. Here are 11 questions you may want to make sure to ask.

And then, are they pushy, in your face types or are they going to look after you?

Pushy

When you have confidence in a good Realtor, he or she will research properties on your behalf, make appointments to match your timetable, protect you in the buying and offer process and be there if any challenges come up.

Do you not think that having that type of representation would be better for you than just entrusting that binding faith with just anyone? A friend of a friend, Uncle Joe’s distant cousin who just got her license and needs some money, or your co-worker who’s husband ‘does’ real estate on the side!

Do not lose your hard earned money by entrusting it with just anyone!

The First 10 Days Are Critical When Selling a London Ontario Condominium

When selling a condominium in London Ontario, the first ten days are critical and will make the difference how quickly it sells and for how much!

Condos in London Ontario being sold

The most critical time for a new listing in London Ontario is two days before it officially goes on MLS and the eight days after!

Why two days before? I have found that when we have prepared and gathered all the necessary marketing tools the following happens:

  • The documents are completed accurately and thoroughly, no mistakes or missing information & care can be taken to describe your property to prospective buyers.

  • All the pictures are taken, edited or retaken to show your home in the best way possible way.

  • All the marketing material is ready such as feature sheets, your “Buy me” binder, your www.youradress.com webpage and cards!

  • All the websites are loaded, social pages, virtual tours are ready

  • You can do the final touch-ups or any cleaning that may be required.

  • The For Sale sign is up, and any directional signs if needed are placed

Your house on MLS

Day 1 to Day 8:

This is when buyers and their Realtor are searching the Internet for buying a condo in London Ontario and certain streets for something new when excitement is the highest. You can now:

  • Be ready for all showings, have all the marketing materials and property information prepared for that one buyer who loves your place!

  • You have at least one weekend when historically property viewing is the busiest.

  • If no serious offers, the pricing may be wrong or if not enough showings, the marketing needs to improve after ten days!

Once day 11 starts, do something drastically to attract new buyers!

The way a transaction starts is indicative of how your sale will go, quickly or a long rocky road before you sell your home.

 

Listing with an active listing Realtor who has a reputation for being thorough will never do you any harm. Who uses the web to rank high in all search engines, has an above average follow up system and the finances to market your property.

Ensure that before the sign goes up and the listing gets to the MLS, everything from the lockbox, listing brochures and presentations is in place and ready to go. Make sure your listing Realtor has a system to let you view the comments and feedback about your home on an individual listing website. Do they have a checklist (we have 201 items on it) that they share with you before it even gets on MLS?

Do not allow average to get you average results!

In summary, the most crucial time for a new listing when selling a condominium in London Ontario is BEFORE it gets on MLS.

Get Your Home Sold

How do I know this? We sell a lot of condos, we know what works!

London Ontario Condominiums, Townhouses, Apartment Sales Last 30 Days

Here is a brief report on London Ontario condominiums, including apartment condos, townhouses, and townhomes over the last 30 days.

London Ontario Condo Market

Apartment Condominiums: 67 sold through our MLS system taking on median 9 days to sell and getting 103.38% of the asking price.

Townhouses Attached: 97 changed hands, selling for 101.8% of the asking price and the days it took to sell was an average 11 days.

Detached Townhomes: 10 changed hands as reported through our MLS system, 14 days on the market was the average and selling for 99.16% of the asking price.

Summary: For those thinking of selling, the numbers above speak for themselves and for buyers, have your ducks in a row before you start looking, it will save you money and tons of emotional stress!