Deborah Burgoyne

The average sale price of a residential-class property was $585,084 last month, up a whopping 20 per cent compared with July 2019.
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.
Home sales in Ottawa plummeted more than 60 per cent in the first two weeks of April compared with a year earlier, while a major realty firm is predicting prices will remain stagnant through the rest…
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
In an industry where the 'personal touch' can make or break a sale, the new age of social distancing has prompted Ottawa’s realtors to rethink their tools of the trade
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