The number of Ottawa residents signing new mortgages in Q1 was up 8.4 per cent year-over-year – the largest increase among all Canadian cities
Nestled in the heart of the Ottawa Valley sits one of the area’s best kept secrets: the St. Francis Herb Farm, a pioneering company in Canada’s natural health products industry.
Business group calls for regular updates on multibillion-dollar project after survey points to widespread ‘concern’ about plan’s long-term prospects
Total investment sales expected to reach $2B in 2018.
The streak of higher-than-normal activity stretches back over nearly two years, buoyed by a hot housing market and renewed buyer confidence.
Group expected to bring together urban planners, architects, engineers, lawyers and academics with an interest in planning and development issues.
Despite limited sale activity in the second quarter, investor demand for commercial real estate assets in Ottawa remains strong.
Stalled condominium projects could move forward if market conditions persist, industry observer says.
Purchase price is approximately four per cent less than market value.
Set to open his first new condo project in the nation’s capital in years, brash T.O. developer Brad Lamb says the city is still a prime buyer’s market – but likely not for much longer