Report predicts weaker demand for homeownership due to job and income losses.
Plus, Ottawa realtors share their picks for the capital’s hottest neighbourhoods
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is expanding its insured mortgage purchase program to $150 billion as part of its response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Tenants in Ottawa paid an average of $108 a month more for an apartment in 2019 compared with a year earlier, thanks to “robust demand” for rental accommodations in the capital, according
Despite a wave of new projects, local developers say they have no plans to scale back apartment construction in 2020 as demand for units continues to rise
The federal government has signed the first of what it hopes will be 13 funding agreements for a new rent supplement for low-income households
Housing starts in Ottawa are expected to grow at a “modest pace” over the next two years, according to the CMHC
A flurry of new multi-unit builds in Ottawa fuelled a spike in September housing starts, according to new data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Homebuilders in Ottawa-Gatineau had a busy July, launching nearly 900 new starts as a tight supply of resale homes and rental accommodations continued to drive up demand for multi-unit housing
Housing starts in Ottawa-Gatineau were up 52 per cent in April over the same period last year, driven by a flurry of apartment, condo and townhouse builds on the Quebec side of the river.