Sandra Perez-Torres

Activity in Ottawa’s condominium market will slow down in 2014 as developers wait for buyers to snap up already-finished units before going ahead with new projects, the lead economist for Ottawa at
Ottawa homebuilders got busy in September as the number of housing starts for the region increased 25 per cent when compared to the same month a year earlier, numbers released by Canada’s housing a
The number of housing starts ballooned last month, thanks largely to a huge jump in construction of multi-unit buildings.
Housing starts in Ottawa rebounded in June after a marked decline in May, but were still up only slightly over the same period in 2012 as the market is showing signs of levelling off.
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The number of housing starts in Ottawa rose 18 per cent in March compared to the year previous, according to numbers released Tuesday by Canada’s national housing agency.
Ottawa’s new home construction sector slowed in February as the number of housing starts fell by 14 per cent, according to Canada’s national housing agency.
Housing starts in Ottawa declined in December 2012 compared to a year earlier, figures released Wednesday by Canada’s national housing agency show.
Increasing home ownership levels combined with the city’s condo construction boom helped ease Ottawa’s residential rental rate in 2012, according to data released Thursday.
Ottawa's housing market saw the number of row housing starts more than double year-over-year in December, while the overall market grew by four per cent.