When the sun sets in Windsor, the real estate market is ‘tremendous’

A lot of money can be made in Windsor and its surrounding areas, but not just in the big cities.

In the most expensive neighbourhoods, real estate prices have been rising for years.

But not anymore.

Real estate agents say prices have increased and even grown in some areas where they were previously priced out.

They say there’s a lot of demand for the homes, especially in the outer suburbs.

They also say there are lots of new listings in the area, and many of them are priced out of the market.

Real Estate agents and residents in Windsor say the numbers are clear.

In the past year, prices have gone up in a big way in some neighbourhoods, such as the area around Windsor Mills, but have not gone up as much in others, such the area north of Windsor and the area west of Windsor.

There is a lot going on in the Windsor area, said Steve Mennell, the president of the Windsor, Ont.-based International Realty Group.

It’s been an ongoing story that is getting more attention in the past few months, he said.

And I think it’s a trend.

Realty agents said the increase in price increases is likely a sign that a lot more people are looking for properties in Windsor.

“There is more competition for homes in the city, and we’re seeing a lot fewer homes going for $400,000 and up,” said Eric Wojcik, a real estate agent in the suburb of Dorset.

“You don’t see the same amount of sales in the suburbs as you do in the bigger cities.”

He said a lot people are moving out of Windsor into the city centre.

Realtors and real estate agents have been warning for years that the housing market is headed for a correction, with many properties that were once priced out selling out.

In April, the city’s real estate board announced a housing strategy to increase housing supply.

It also created a committee to look at how to increase supply.

But in the last two years, the board has said it’s focused on improving affordability.

In January, the Ontario government created a housing affordability strategy, which calls for increasing the amount of units that are built, the amount people can afford to buy and a plan to create affordable housing.

It also announced plans to spend $25 million to provide more rental assistance and a housing grant program for the city.

That $25-million grant program is expected to fund a number of projects.

But it has not been enough to address the city-wide rental crisis, said John Dickson, the Toronto real estate lawyer representing the city and its suburbs.

“That’s not enough.

There’s a huge amount of supply out there,” he said, noting that the city has already spent $40 million to address rental housing.”

We know the problem is not going away.

And we have to keep on working to make sure the problem doesn’t go away.”