Meet Jamie Dodds.



💡HBA from the Richard Ivey School of business.

📞Absolutely relentless when it comes to representing his clients to the fullest

💰And on of the most creative people we’ve ever seen at saving his clients money.


We couldn’t be more honored and proud to have him as head of our Commercial division.We truly believe success begins and ends with the team. Nobody succeed in this business alone, at least not in the long term. We received a number of calls lately on how many commercial buildings we are selling, and leasing, and a lot of it has to do with the infrastructure that we built as a team. Jamie is absolutely crucial to what we do. We get fired up every time we work on a project or creative solution for our clients with Jamie. As with everything else we do, we aim to provide next level service, and cutting edge systems for our clientele and Jamie fits that role and then some.


If you’re looking to buy or sell commercial properties, or need a new location for your business, hit us up and will connect you.


Go follow him @jamiethecloser on Instagram and watch his adventures there!








Super excited to get another flagship #Ldnont building under contract. Our downtown is by far one of the most vibrant and the community of #makers and #entrepreneurs we have here is second to none. Proud and honored to have repped both of these amazing firms involved in this transaction and looking forward to a lifelong friendship and growth



Basement Flooding Grant Program

New Flooding Grant program available in London Ontario will give residents some reprieve. Take a look at the images below and check the links out to see if you qualify! 




Real Estate Market Update: February 2015 + A court case where the Buyer's lost HALF the proceeds!!!

Market statistics are in for the London and St.Thomas Region of Real Estate in Ontario. Continuing the trend, this January smashed last years numbers yet again. 475 home sales, that's 107 up from last years numbers. In the field we see a lot more activity then we did last year around this time, and it seems that with all the new listings hitting the market daily the spring market is coming early this year.   Great news if you're looking to buy up, sell or partake in the market in any way! 

The second half of this podcast covers a recent court case where a buyer was suing a seller for misrepresentation leading to water damage. Really interesting case with an intriguing conclusion!

Let us know if you have any questions at all or feel free to contact us any time! 


Market Update- January 2015

Another Real Estate Market Update from your friends at theClosers.ca. Been a busy 2014 across the board and things are looking bright for 2015. As always if you want any specific info just post in the comments below and we'll be happy to source it for you!

"A total of 475 home sales took place in December, making the last month of 2014 not only the best December since 2006, but also the eighth straight month in a row in which area home sales outstripped those of the previous year:

May by 5%
June by 23.4%
July by 24.4%
August by 13.6%
September by 11.1%
October by 8.4%
November by 4.7%
December by 14.7%
"A total of 8,521 homes sold in 2014, the highest number since 2007, just prior to the global financial meltdown that impacted housing markets in both Canada and the United States," explains Carl Vandergoot, the 2015 President of the London and St. Thomas Association of REALTORS®. "It's been seven lean years, but our market is definitely showing signs of a strong, steady and sustainable recovery."

Also up for the year were listings - a total of 16,492 homes were listed in 2014, up 3.7% - while inventory - active listings at the end of period - was down a marginal 0.5%. Throughout 2014 the market remained balanced.

The average price of a home in the Association’s jurisdiction for the year stands at $254,141, up 3.4% over what it was on December 31, 2013.

The best-selling house style in LSTAR's jurisdiction for 2014 was the two-storey, then the bungalow, followed by ranches, then townhouse condominiums, then high rise apartment condos. 
"These stats are good news not just for REALTORS® but for our local economy as a whole," says Vandergoot. "According to research by the Altus Group, one job is created for every three real estate transactions and approximately $55,000 in ancillary spending is generated every time a house changes hands in Ontario. Do the math. You'll be impressed."

2014 also proved a good year for London's Sister City of St. Thomas. "As was the case with London, the best year for home sales in St. Thomas was 2007, when 867 homes exchanged hands," says Vandergoot, "while its second best was 2014, when 708 homes sold." Forty homes sold in St. Thomas in December, making it the best December for that City in the past decade, second only to 2011. The average price for a home in St. Thomas in 2014 stood at $199,885, a marginal 0.8% lower than that of 2013.

The average price for all homes in the London and St. Thomas area for the month of December stands at $252,746. The following chart, based on data taken from CREA's National MLS® Report for November 2014 (the latest information available), demonstrates how homes in LSTAR's jurisdiction continue to maintain their affordability compared to other major Ontario and Canadian centres.

**source Lstar: http://www.lstar.ca/news/best-home-sales-2007