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After a year that saw home average home prices jump 20 per cent, Ottawa homebuyers can expect little relief in the months ahead, according to a major Canadian real estate brokerage.
Overall, nearly 19,000 homes changed hands last year, a slight increase over 2019’s total of about 18,600.
Brokerage says region’s stable economy, an influx of buyers from the GTA and surging demand for roomier properties in the COVID-19 era will keep market humming.
The aggregate price of a house in Ottawa rose 11.7 per cent in the second quarter of 2020 compared with a year earlier, Royal LePage says, but some relief could be in sight.
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The aggregate price of a home in Ottawa is set to rise at a faster rate than the rest of Canada, according to the latest projections from real estate firm Royal LePage