Bucking the national trend, housing starts in Ottawa-Gatineau surged last month compared with a year earlier, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reported Monday.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Developers in Ottawa-Gatineau continued to rev up housing starts in January in an effort to respond to unrelenting demand for new inventory
Ottawa-Gatineau’s apartment-building bonanza continued to drive the local housing construction market in December, with the number of multi-unit starts nearly doubling year-over-year
Builders working largely on apartments and other multi-unit builds fuelled a 47 per cent increase in Ottawa-Gatineau housing starts last month, according to new data released Monday
Gatineau homebuilders had their busiest month in nearly 50 years in October while Ottawa saw a substantial decrease in housing starts as compared with 2018
CMHC says cities including Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Moncton, Halifax and St. John's show a low degree of vulnerability
Decades of under-investment made dedicated rental buildings an afterthought for many, but the industry has been quietly gathering momentum and attracting deep-pocketed investors
Ottawa-Gatineau homebuilders slowed their pace of new projects in August while a lack of inventory in the National Capital Region continues to drive housing prices higher
The Bank of Canada has lowered the rate used by mortgage stress tests to determine whether would-be homeowners can qualify, marking the first drop in three years
A pair of 27-storey apartment towers and a nine-storey commercial-use podium set to rise above the Lyon light-rail transit station will include 300 units of affordable housing, city council heard…