OBJ publisher Michael Curran speaks with leaders from Ottawa's homebuilding industry about how they are adapting during COVID-19.
Local real estate board predicts sales will rebound as restrictions are eased.
The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be slowing activity in Ottawa’s housing market, which seemed primed to continue surging in the first few months of the year
Plus, Ottawa realtors share their picks for the capital’s hottest neighbourhoods
Following a record-breaking 2019 and a minor dip in January, February’s home sales numbers suggest Ottawa’s resale market is back on the rise
Fewer homes changed hands in January than a year earlier, but the city’s chronic housing supply shortage drove prices up nearly 20 per cent compared with the start of 2019
A busy December for members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board is a sign of things to come in the new year, according to the organization's incoming president
The average sale price of a residential-class property in Ottawa broke the half-million-dollar mark in November as homebuyers continued to snap up what little inventory was available in a red-hot…
Despite scarce inventory, local realtors continued to sell properties at a “breakneck” pace in October, according to the latest figures from the Ottawa Real Estate Board
Ottawa’s realtors had their best September in more than a decade last month, according to the latest sales figures from the city’s real estate board