In a study released this week, the Real Estate Investment Network predicts Ottawa will be the only one of the five major Canadian markets it surveyed that will avoid a housing slump in 2020.
A leading Ottawa builder says it remains confident that the capital’s housing market will hit the ground running once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran speaks with leaders from Ottawa's homebuilding industry about how they are adapting during COVID-19.
Ottawa homebuilders argue expansion is too limited
The average asking rent price in Ottawa fell nearly nine per cent in April, mirroring a national trend that reflected the economic downturn in the wake of COVID-19, according to a website that list
An Ottawa developer has reduced the number of units in a controversial apartment building proposed for Sandy Hill and added more parking after its original plan was appealed.
Ottawa-based Minto Apartment REIT says tenants continued to pay rent at a typical rate in May, adding the company remains in a “strong financial position” despite the COVID-19 crisis.
A major Ottawa developer is looking to build a 27-storey highrise with 210 rental apartment units near the Carlingwood Shopping Centre.
Local real estate board predicts sales will rebound as restrictions are eased.
Intensification targets will push residents to communities outside Ottawa, industry group says