• Market Update ~ September 2017 ~ Home Prices and Sales for Barrie and Area

    Regional Snapshot – Price & Sales, September 2017  Based off sales posted by members of the Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® on its regional MLS® System. 

     
    “We are seeing prices increase at a slower pace than earlier this year. However, the number of sales are  much lower than they were at the same time last year. Your local, professional REALTOR® will guide you  through these changing markets.” ‐ Rob Alexander, 2017 President, Barrie & District Association  of REALTORS® (BDAR)
     
    City of Barrie ‐ Within the City of Barrie, detached residential properties posted an average selling price for  the month of September 2017 of $515,522 an increase of 8% over September 2016. The number of  residential units sold in September 2017 dropped 43% compared to September 2016.  
     
    Residential townhouse, link, and semi‐detached homes in the City of Barrie posted an average selling price  of $385,228 in September 2017, a 12% increase over September 2016. There was a 52% decrease in  number of units in September 2017 from the same time in 2016.  
     
    Condominium sales average for the City of Barrie for the month of September 2017 was $346,481, a 30%  increase compared to September 2016. The number of units sold was up 29% from the same time last year.  
     
    Essa Township  In Essa Township, detached residential properties posted an average selling price of $728,249 in September  2017, an increase of 33% over September 2016. The number of residential properties sold was down 55%  compared with September 2016.  
     
    Town of Innisfil  Detached residential properties in the Town of Innisfil posted an average selling price of $592,120 in  September 2017, an increase of 11% over the month of September 2016. There was a decrease of 55% for  the number of residential units sold from September 2016.  
     
    Oro‐Medonte Township  The average selling price for detached residential properties in Oro‐Medonte in September 2017 was  $610,956 an increase of 2% over September 2016. The area saw a decrease of 38% in units sold from  September 2016.  
     
    Springwater Township  Detached residential homes in Springwater Township posted an average selling price in September 2017 of  $567,111 a decrease of 9% over September 2016. The number of units sold decreased 42% from  September 2016.  For more details about your home or neighbourhood, contact your Local Professional REALTOR®.  
     
    The Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® cautions that over a period of time, the use of average price  information can be useful in establishing trends, but it does not indicate actual prices in widely divergent areas or  account for price differentials between geographical areas. BDAR covers a geographical area that includes the City of  Barrie and part or all of the surrounding townships, including Springwater, Oro‐ Medonte, Innisfil, Essa,  Bradford‐West Gwillimbury and Clearview. Data is provided from the MLS® Database System of the Barrie & District  Association of REALTORS® Inc. 

  • 3 Time-Saving Tips to Use When Searching for Your Dream Home

    3 Time-Saving Tips to Use When Searching for Your Dream Home

    Many buyers dream of finding a home that has every room and feature they are looking for, in an area they have always wanted to live in. If only finding the perfect house could be so simple. There are searches buyers have to conduct, properties they need to walk through, and lists that must be compiled, featuring the things they need, compared to the features they can live without. Here are some time-saving tips that buyers can use when searching for a new home. After all, where is the fun in wasting time!

     

    Online Searches

    You can avoid riding through countless neighborhoods, or going through real estate books circling properties, only to learn that the homes lack many of the features and necessities you are searching for. With an online search, you can list your desires and have a search engine do the work for you. The list will be narrowed down according to:

    • Cost of homes
    • Number of bedrooms and bathrooms
    • Luxury Features
    • Area Codes
    • and more…

     

    Keep in mind that even online homes can be painted in a better light, which is why you should always consult with a real estate agent before making a choice. You don’t want to choose a bunch of properties only to be disappointed and required to start your search all over. Therefore, you need to find at least two trusted sites to work with. Consider setting up email notifications that alert you of new properties that fit your requirements.

     

    Read Between the Lines

    Sellers will do everything possible to convince you to look at their home, often through exaggerated descriptions. Remember that even the shabbiest homes can be written in a good light. When you see words like, “has potential” or “unique property,” you shouldn’t waste your time viewing the home. Although those words can be true, this is rarely the case. For example, first-time buyers may be looking for a starter home, but a seller will typically use another description because experienced buyers associate starter home with run down property. This is why you must always read between the lines.

     

    Hire a REALTOR

    This is one of the most important things that buyers can do. Hiring an experienced real estate agent could save buyers time, without requiring them to forego their wishes. A REALTOR will do all of the hard work for you, and help narrow down your search. He will find what you are looking for, in regards to location, square footage, neighborhood safety, nearby venues, educational systems, property features, and more.

    Although it is important for you to remain involved in the home-buying process, a REALTOR will make this process simpler. He will weed through the properties that you don’t like, and only list homes that have most of the features you want. This will save you some time, and allow you to enjoy the buying process.

    Searching for your dream home should never be a waste of time; it should be the time of your life. The process should be fun, informative, and an experience that you will always remember. While there will be some challenges, those issues shouldn’t become too much of an inconvenience. You can use these tips to help make your search easier and less time-consuming.

  • 4 Things to Consider When Buying a New Home

    When buying a new home, you probably will have a long list of things you are looking for in your dream home. There are many different homes out there in the world so it there is no doubt that you will eventually find something. Here is a list of 4 things you should consider when buying a new home.

     

    Things that can and cannot be changed

    When you finally start to look at houses you will realize there are things that you can and can’t change about certain homes that are potential candidates. You might fall in love with the way a house looks on the outside and as soon as you walk through the front door you realize that it looks like a disaster. Luckily things like wallpaper, flooring, and paint can be fixed after buying the house without being too costly. Things like knocking out walls, issues with mold, broken appliances such as a water heater are things that could be changed and fixed but are much more costly than the basic cosmetic issues that you can come across. If you don’t have a problem dishing out money to fix any and every issue then clearly, you can buy any house you think is the best but if you are on a tighter budget it is important that you look at the whole house and try and figure out what needs to be fixed and what doesn’t before you put an offer on the home to make sure you can fully afford to fix any issues with the house.

     

    Realize that everything might not be possible

    It is nice to have a list together of what you are looking for in your dream home but it also is important to be realistic. Unless you are building your home from scratch there is a very low chance that you will get a home that has everything that you are looking for in it. One house might have a couple things you are looking for well another home has a completely different set of things that you were also looking for. This will make it tough to choose but you will have to prioritize what you want into a list of what you really need in your new home.

     

    Think about it first

    When buying a home, you may go to look at a house and want to put an offer in on the first one you see out of fear of it being bought by someone else. It is best to take some time to think about if this house really has everything you want and if it will meet all your needs. Thinking about it will give you a better sense of confidence when you go to put in offer in. If it is suggested to put an offer in quickly because a lot of people are interested don’t be surprised if you don’t get the home when you do put an offer in. It is not good to get your hopes up on a home that you might not even get.

     

    Keep an open mind

    After you put an offer in on a home if your offer is accepted and you just bought a home make sure to keep an open mind on anything that might go wrong or be wrong with the home you just bought. Many times, when buying a home there can be underlying problems that you didn’t even know the house had. The key is to stay as positive as possible because it will all work itself out in the end. Finally, make sure to enjoy your new home.

  • Holy Schmidt! Market Update for August 2017

    Monthly Residential Statistics – For the Month of August 2017  Barrie & District Association of REALTORS®  “The housing market is becoming more balanced in comparison with earlier this year. In this changing  market, it’s important you use your local, professional REALTOR® for your real estate needs.” ‐ Rob  Alexander, 2017 President, Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® Inc. (BDAR) 

    Please note: These statistics are approximate due to BDAR moving to a new database in mid‐August.   

    City of Barrie ‐ Within the City of Barrie, detached residential properties posted an average selling price for  the month of August 2017 of $515,922 an increase of 14% over August 2016.  Residential townhouse, link, and semi‐detached homes in the City of Barrie posted an average selling price  of $380,862 in August 2017, an 11% increase over August 2016.  
     
    Condominium sales average for the City of Barrie for the month of August 2017 was $330,942, a 5%  increase compared to August 2016.  
     
    Essa Township   In Essa Township, detached residential properties posted an average selling price of $457,470 in August  2017, a decrease of 10% over August 2016.  
     
    Town of Innisfil  Detached residential properties in the Town of Innisfil posted an average selling price of $529,229 in  August 2017, a decrease of 3% over the month of August 2016.  
     
    Oro‐Medonte Township  The average selling price for detached residential properties in Oro‐Medonte in August 2017 was $717,906  an increase of 14% over August 2016.  
     
    Springwater Township  Detached residential homes in Springwater Township posted an average selling price in August 2017 of  $774,716 an increase of 30% over August 2016.  
     
    For more details about your home or neighbourhood, contact your Local Professional REALTOR®.  The Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® cautions that over a period of time, the use of average price  information can be useful in establishing trends, but it does not indicate actual prices in widely divergent  areas or account for price differentials between geographical areas. 
     
    The Barrie & District Association of REALTORS® Inc. covers a geographical area that includes the City of  Barrie and part or all of the surrounding townships, including Springwater, Oro‐Medonte, Innisfil, Essa,  Bradford‐West Gwillimbury and Clearview. Data is provided from the MLS® Database System of the Barrie  & District Association of REALTORS® Inc. 

  • Benefits of Buying a Fixer Upper

    When you're ready to purchase a new home and relocate, it's important to consider the type of property that you want to purchase and find something that is in your budget. More people are looking to buy fixer uppers due to the benefits that are offered. Although the property may be a significant amount of time and energy, there are a few reasons to consider buying a property that needs plenty of attention.

     

    Live in a Desirable Neighborhood

    Many people want to live in a desirable neighborhood that is close to the right schools or shopping areas. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to afford to live in a particular part of town that is in demand or has a good school district. Purchasing a fixer upper will allow you to live in a neighborhood that is desirable without exceeding your budget on what you can afford.

    Buying a home in a desirable area will also increase the value of the property in the future years and can make it easier to sell once you're ready to move in the future.

     

    Customize the Property

    Fixer uppers make it possible to customize the home that you move into instead of moving into a home that is already built a specific way. You can upgrade the property to ensure that it looks modern and contemporary with the materials and features that are available. You can decide to install new countertops or dramatic lighting throughout the home while boosting the value of the property. New flooring, paint on the walls, and appliances will also increase the appeal and allow it to be specific to your taste and style.

     

    Make a Profit

    Moving into a fixer upper will allow you to increase its resale value and make more of a profit when it's time to sell again. If you don't plan to live on the property long-term, it can be worth the investment to make the changes and allow it to stand out on the market. Consider following the latest trends with upgrades that should be performed to ensure that the home has features that are desirable to buyers. You can obtain more equity and increase your net worth by making the purchase.

     

    Fewer Competitors

    Buying a fixer upper will allow you to have fewer competitors when it's time to make an offer, which can make it easy to purchase quickly. Due to the low demand for the property, you won't have to worry about making a high offer and can have more negotiating power with the seller because they're more desperate to get it off their hands. It's an opportunity that is also an ideal option for first-time home buyers who want to score a great deal and have a smaller budget.

    Although you may need a renovation loan if you're ready to start making the necessary upgrades, the loan can often be included in the mortgage payment to ensure that you have the necessary finances to increase the quality of the setting.

     

    Bond with Your Family

    Buying a fixer upper will allow you to have a bit of fun if you enjoy taking on new projects and remodeling different properties. You'll have the chance to bond with your family and make the house your own by choosing the flooring materials together or deciding on the tiles that are installed on the backsplash. You'll spend several hours together each week as you begin making the improvements and can enjoy an activity that allows you to create more memories in the setting.

  • 146 Wildwood Trail

    Welcome to 146 Wildwood Trail, Barrie, ON!

     

    THIS HOME HAS NOW SOLD!

     

    Custom built home by Paige construction on prestigious street within walking distance to Ardagh Bluffs  trail system. Tasteful decor inside and out. Be prepared to be in awe. Hardwoods and ceramics grace the open concept main floor. Custom kitchen with granite counter tops. In ground pool surrounded by meticulously maintained landscape with convenient in ground sprinkler system. Shows 10+. A must not miss!

     

    For more pictures and video: http://www.remaxchay.com/146WildwoodTrail

     

    Asking $899,000.00

     

    Here is the link to the virtual tour, you can also visit the photo gallery here on my Facebook page 

    Closest Hospital: Royal Victoria Hospital - http://www.rvh.on.ca/
    Municipal Administration Office : City of Barrie (2.9 KM) – http://www.barrie.ca/

    Closest Library: Barrie Public Library - Downtown Branch (2.7 KM )- http://www.library.barrie.on.ca/main.html

    Education: 
    Simcoe County District School Board: (705) 728-7570 , www.scdsb.on.ca 
    Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board: (705) 722-3555 , www.smcdsb.on.ca 
    Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique Centre-Sud: 1-800-274-3764 , www.csdccs.edu.on.ca 
    Conseil Scolaire Viamonde: (416) 614-0844 , www.csviamonde.ca 
    Georgian College: (705) 728-1968 , www.georgianc.on.ca 
    Liaison College of Culinary Arts: (705) 720-2433 , www.liaisonbarrie.com 
     

    Local Elementary Schools 

    Ferndale Woods Elementary School
    170 Ferndale Drive South, Barrie, ON L4N 8A1
    (705) 733-5636
    Website: http://fer.scdsb.on.ca/


    St Catherine of Siena Catholic School
    111 Summerset Dr, Barrie, ON L4N 0A6
    (705) 728-7301

    Website: http://cat.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

    Local Secondary Schools 

    Bear Creek  Secondary School
    100 Red Oak Dr, Barrie, ON L4N 9M5

    (705) 725-7712

    Website: http://bss.scdsb.on.ca/


    St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School
    460 Mapleton Ave, Barrie, ON L4N 9C2
    (705) 721-0398

    Website: http://joa.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

    Local School information: All efforts are made to ensure the school information provided conforms to all currently published data; however this data is frequently subject to change, revisions and review by each respectable school board and their appointed officials. As a result, no warranty can apply to the accuracy of the information provided herein. For further information regarding local school information, please contact the Simcoe County School board at www.scdsb.on.ca or the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board at www.smcdsb.on.ca . Other area schools, including French and Private schools may be available for this property.

    Your Professional Real Estate Resource,

    Brandon Schmidt 
    Broker - Re/Max Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage - ABR - Accredited Buyer Representative
    C: 705.733.4541E: brandon@brandonschmidt.ca

  • Good, Bad, Ugly

    Professional REALTORS® are highly qualified experts who will more than gladly assist you with every step of your real estate transaction, and they will do it with a warm smile and a strong handshake altogether; these men and women of renown usually do not play around with your deal or business but will only work to get you the best - that is, unless, of course, they are not legitimate, to begin with. Yet, that is another story altogether. You can usually tell when a REALTOR® is honest and not a scam; simply look online and find local provider reviews as you analyze some of the best in your area to work with - believe me, beautiful Canada has many that you can choose from, and not all of them are after your money but sincerely care about your happiness and building a lasting business relationship as well. These are the types of people you need to pursue, especially if you have never bought or sold a property before.

     

    A good REALTOR® can often see the good, the bad and the ugly as it relates to any potential real estate market for his client: If you are ever unsure, do not sign anything, but seek professional advice instead; you have every right to have your REALTOR® or licensed agent - or even lawyer, in some cases - properly review each document, line, word and squiggle to ensure that the deal is only one that will hold your best interests to heart. He or she will also point out potential pitfalls that are not so initially evident to note within the very small fine print and will ask you if you would like to proceed while also telling you how best to do so. Your REALTOR® should always offer you honest protection and a thorough review of each potential case; some even allow you to find and purchase or sell the property through them as they gladly take care with every step of the process - even from the very moment you decide that you want to make your transaction and call them by phone. It's never been easier to do so, either, and any Canadian should be excited about the simplicity of the process as well.

     

    Save time and effort, as well as potential room for errors, by using a professional REALTOR®, having him or her fully responsible for every detail of your case, and you will not go wrong in the long run. Though it may cost a bit more upfront, as is more than normal when you use and professional business or agent, you will eventually open up more doors for yourself in the long scheme of things, not to mention that you will have gained a solid professional relationship while protecting your name and title. In the end, you will be more than glad that you made the choice as it is the wisest one: Do not engage in the process alone as it will take several hours of research, resources that you most likely will not have access to or experience in and a lot of headaches altogether; a professional REALTOR®, on the other hand, is prepared for this and has everything you need - all under one roof. He or she knows how to engage the numerous aspects, fees, legal concerns and other small details that each purchase or sale will likewise require. He or she is also one of the few who are licensed to make certain inspections and unexpected property visits and evaluations as a whole; go with a professional.

  • Five Things Your Property Agent Won’t Tell You

    Because of their experience in the field, your agent may have a lot to say to you, but to avoid an awkward situation, they prefer to swallow the hard pill and pray that you get to close on a deal soonest. Here is what your real estate professional wishes you knew but won’t tell you:

     

    1. You May Never Meet the House of Your Dreams

    Let’s face it—you are looking for a particular type of house that was designed by somebody you never met for someone unknown to you. How will they even know your preference? How will they know your likes or dislikes? You end up house-hunting for ages and never meeting that house that has stuck on your mind for years. To avoid being dropped as a client, save both you and your agent’s time.

     

    2. Don’t Talk About Race or Ethnicity

    If you are looking for a particular buyer or neighbourhood, you have to do the research yourself. Avoid being lazy and get on your feet to do due diligence. According to Fair Housing Act, it is unethical for the real estate professional to steer you to or from homes because of the prevalence of particular colour, race, religion, or disability.

     

    3. The Commission Is Not Set On a Rock

    Perhaps when the agent mentioned their fee you wished to ask them to give you a small discount on the amount. Some property clients usually fail to bargain with their real estate managers on the amount charged. The agent’s commission is perhaps the part of property selling that generates the most controversy. Fees are negotiable as long as you negotiate the price before signing any agreements. Feel free to negotiate when you feel the price is higher than you expected.

     

    4. Pre-Approval Is Just the Start

    Avoid getting into new loans or using credit cards immensely until after you closed on the house. It is even better to continue being frugal until after settling in the house for a few months and obtained a clear sense of how the new home ownership impacts your wallet. You will realize other costs surface the moment you become a proud owner of a new home. Some of the expenses that may arise may include repairs and inspections.

     

    5. The Commission Is Just a Drop in the Ocean

    With a range of market fees nowadays, the agent gets to spend 1% or less of the settling price. Remember that your agent deals with brokers and other agents to get the best deals in the market. Each side sets their fees, and the commission has to be split. Therefore, give your agent proper payment and a deal that he will feel indebted to you and give you consideration in future businesses.

     

    House buying can feel like a one-sided process. Whether as a buyer or seller, you may not get feedback from the agent’s side on what you are doing wrong. Following the above will ensure both you and your real estate professional have an easy time working together.

  • 5 Maitland Drive

    Welcome to 5 Maitland Drive, Barrie, ON!

     

    Spectacular Open Concept Detached 3 Bedroom Bungalow with pool!! Fully finished lower level with a cozy fireplace. Bright And Inviting, Beautiful Eat In Family Size Kitchen, Hardwood and Ceramics throughout, Inside Entry From oversized single Garage, Fully Fenced Private Back Yard, Cathedral Ceilings, Garden Shed, Excellent Location Near College, Hospital and 400 For Commuters.

    For more pictures and video: http://www.remaxchay.com/5MaitlandDrive

    Asking $439,900.00

    Here is the link to the virtual tour, you can also visit the photo gallery here on my Facebook page 

    Closest Hospital: Royal Victoria Hospital - http://www.rvh.on.ca/
    Municipal Administration Office : City of Barrie (2.9 KM) – http://www.barrie.ca/

    Closest Library: Barrie Public Library - Downtown Branch (2.7 KM )- http://www.library.barrie.on.ca/main.html

    Education: 
    Simcoe County District School Board: (705) 728-7570 , www.scdsb.on.ca 
    Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board: (705) 722-3555 , www.smcdsb.on.ca 
    Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique Centre-Sud: 1-800-274-3764 , www.csdccs.edu.on.ca 
    Conseil Scolaire Viamonde: (416) 614-0844 , www.csviamonde.ca 
    Georgian College: (705) 728-1968 , www.georgianc.on.ca 
    Liaison College of Culinary Arts: (705) 720-2433 , www.liaisonbarrie.com 
     

    Local Elementary Schools 

    Steele Street Public School
    36 Steel St, Barrie, ON L4M 2E7
    (705) 728-9292
    Website: http://sst.scdsb.on.ca/

    St Monica’s Elementary Catholic School
    90 Steel St, Barrie, ON L4M 2E9
    (705) 726-8221

    Website: http://smo.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

    Local Secondary Schools 

    East View Secondary School
    421 Grove St E, Barrie, ON L4M 5S1

    (705) 728-1321

    Website: http://eas.scdsb.on.ca/  

    St. Joseph’s Catholic High School
    243 Cundles Rd E, Barrie, ON L4M 6L1
    (705) 728-3120

    Website: http://sjo.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

    Local School information: All efforts are made to ensure the school information provided conforms to all currently published data; however this data is frequently subject to change, revisions and review by each respectable school board and their appointed officials. As a result, no warranty can apply to the accuracy of the information provided herein. For further information regarding local school information, please contact the Simcoe County School board at www.scdsb.on.ca or the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board at www.smcdsb.on.ca . Other area schools, including French and Private schools may be available for this property.

    Your Professional Real Estate Resource,

    Brandon Schmidt 
    Broker - Re/Max Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage - ABR - Accredited Buyer Representative
    C: 705.733.4541E: brandon@brandonschmidt.ca

    Broker - Re/Max Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage - ABR - Accredited Buyer Representative
    C: 705.733.4541E: brandon@brandonschmidt.ca

  • 23 Thackeray Crescent

    Welcome to 23 Thackeray, Barrie, ON!

    First time to market on sought after street with premium lot, don’t miss this updated 2500 sq.ft home on pristine street with great lot, four bedrooms and three bathrooms, ceramic and hardwood throughout the main; kitchen has been updated with granite and back-splash with walkout to large deck that is perfect for summer BBQ and entertaining. Laundry and all bathrooms have been updated and home has been well maintained by the original owners.

    Don’t miss out on this one of a kind lot with amazing seasonal views of the city and Kempenfelt Bay both accentuated by tall trees, mature gardens and landscaping with an in-ground sprinklers system.

    For more pictures and video: www.remaxchay.com/23ThackerayCrescent

    Asking $699,900.00

     

    Here is the link to the virtual tour , you can also visit the photo gallery here on my Facebook page

     

    Closest Hospital: Royal Victoria Hospital - http://www.rvh.on.ca/

    Municipal Administration Office : City of Barrie (2.9 KM) – http://www.barrie.ca/

    Closest Library: Barrie Public Library - Downtown Branch (2.7 KM )-http://www.library.barrie.on.ca/main.html

     

    Education:

    Simcoe County District School Board: (705) 728-7570 , www.scdsb.on.ca

    Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board: (705) 722-3555 , www.smcdsb.on.ca

    Conseil Scolaire De District Catholique Centre-Sud: 1-800-274-3764 , www.csdccs.edu.on.ca

    Conseil Scolaire Viamonde: (416) 614-0844 , www.csviamonde.ca

    Georgian College: (705) 728-1968 , www.georgianc.on.ca

    Liaison College of Culinary Arts: (705) 720-2433 , www.liaisonbarrie.com

     

     

    Local Elementary Schools

    Portage View Public School

    124 Letitia St, Barrie, ON L4N 1P5

    (705) 728-1302

    Website: http://por.scdsb.on.ca/

     

    St Mary’s Barrie Elementary Catholic School

    340 Leacock Dr, Barrie, ON L4N 6J8

    705) 726-1843

    Website: http://smb.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

     

    Local Secondary Schools

    Barrie North Collegiate Institute

    110 Grove Street East, Barrie, ON L4M 2P3

    (705) 726-6541

    Website: http://nor.scdsb.on.ca/

    St. Joseph’s Catholic High School

    243 Cundles Rd E, Barrie, ON L4M 6L1

    (705) 728-3120

    Website: http://sjo.schools.smcdsb.on.ca/

     

    Local School information: All efforts are made to ensure the school information provided conforms to all currently published data; however this data is frequently subject to change, revisions and review by each respectable school board and their appointed officials. As a result, no warranty can apply to the accuracy of the information provided herein. For further information regarding local school information, please contact the Simcoe County School board at www.scdsb.on.ca or the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board at www.smcdsb.on.ca . Other area schools, including French and Private schools may be available for this property.

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