A shortage of listings and a surge in demand in putting upwards pressure on home prices in Ottawa, Royal LePage said Thursday.
After ending 2016 with a bang, Ottawa’s residential real estate market is poised for modest gains this year, according to one of the country’s largest realtors.
Home prices in Ottawa continue to rise at roughly twice the city’s inflation rate, but are still a bargain compared to many other urban centres across the country, a new report says.
Housing prices in Ottawa were up slightly during the second quarter of 2016, according to the latest Royal LePage house price survey.
The average price of a home in Ottawa dipped slightly in the third quarter of 2015, Royal Lepage said this week.
The price of a home in Ottawa climbed slightly in the second quarter according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released Tuesday.
The Ottawa residential real estate market was flat in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey released Wednesday.
House prices were relatively flat in the capital last month, reflecting a mixed market and lower sales, according to the latest Royal LePage report released Wednesday.
A Gatineau developer has filed a site plan application with the city to construct a 32-storey condo on Parkdale Avenue that will include 232 units with commercial space on the ground floor.
The price of detached houses in Ottawa edged up as condo prices fell during the first three months of 2014, according to a new survey by Royal LePage Real Estate Services.