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Ottawa’s rental vacancy rate held steady in 2018, but the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment rose by its highest level in more than 15 years as rising interest rates and stricter mo
Ottawa’s housing market is staving off the vulnerability plaguing some of Canada’s other large municipalities, according to a report released Thursday from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corp.
The country's real estate market may be taking a breather, but a new survey suggests the vast majority of recent homebuyers are maxing out their budgets to purchase their first homes.
A consortium of local developers made headlines this week with an ambitio
Foreign buyers might make up a small sliver of Canada's biggest real estate markets, but homebuyers in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal still believe they are heavily influencing housing a
The city’s homebuilding industry is shifting gears in the first few months of 2018, collectively launching construction on more single-family and row houses at the expense of multi-reside
Homebuilders in Ottawa are off to a hot start this spring despite the cooler-than-normal temperatures, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reported on Tuesday.
One of the most comprehensive pictures of foreign home ownership levels across the country suggests that non-residents play a minor role in Ottawa-Gatineau’s real estate markets.
Trans Mountain melee continues: Oral submissions continue next week as the National Energy Board considers a motion from Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC, which argues that the City of
Ottawa’s rental market tightened in 2017 as more people chose to rent rather than own, leaving fewer and fewer vacancies in the city’s purpose-built rental units.