Ottawa Real Estate Board
A flood of new listings last month did nothing to slow the rapid increase in local home prices, the Ottawa Real Estate Board reported Thursday.
The average sale price of a residential-class property was $585,084 last month, up a whopping 20 per cent compared with July 2019.
Average sale price jumps 15% to $575K
House prices hit $548,140 in May, a year-over-year increase of 11%.
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.
Local real estate board predicts sales will rebound as restrictions are eased.
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