Home Ownership

Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,080 residential properties last month, down from 1,601 in September 2021 and 31 per cent below the five-year average.
The association revealed Friday that June home sales amounted to 48,176, a 24 per cent drop from 63,280 during the same month last year.
Firm says it now expects the aggregate price of a home in Ottawa will be up 10 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2022 compared with a year earlier, down from its previous forecast of 13 per cent.
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If you take a drive around Ottawa, you’ll see one development project going up after another.
Virtual gala to feature online auction, special performance by Ottawa-based singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards
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New builds in Gatineau create opportunities to live in luxury condos, single-family homes and rental apartments at a fraction of the cost of comparable Ottawa real estate.
14th Annual Steel Toes and Stilettos Gala returns to Shaw Centre for fun night of auctions, prizes, dinner and music
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Framework ensures builds and renos are energy efficient, eco-friendly, healthy and technologically enabled.
Not everyone wants to own a home these days, Evan Siddall concedes – not even his own millennial-age son.
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From personal observation, today’s homebuyer may be better informed than at any other time in history.