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Prices Continue To Rise In June

It seems as if April was the only month that really had any effect on the Ottawa real estate market. June is proof of that.

Slow April Comes As No Surprise

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to have Ottawa residents social distancing, April has seen a slump in residential and condominium sales. Although this doesn’t come

Strong March Amid COVID-19 Crisis

With the serious circumstances COVID-19 has brought upon the world, you’d think it would have an affect on the Ottawa real estate market. Surprisingly, properties

January 2020 Inventory Shortage

If you thought things couldn’t get any harder for buyers, January has made buying more difficult. Due to a decrease in houses on the market,

Listings Are Down, Resale Is Up

In the month of October, the Ottawa real estate market took a dip in new listings, Liberal’s reduced their position in Parliament to a minority,

Strong Fall Market Continues

With the transition from summer to fall, the Ottawa real estate market continues to flourish, especially in the condominium properties, some attributing to the start

August Listings Haven’t Cooled Down

A surprising month for listings. Still continuing the trend that July started, listings have been solid in Ottawa. Here are the August 2019 numbers: Total

July Market Heat Up!

What an amazing month for the real estate market! Since July is such a vacation-heavy month, people are usually more focused on their summer than

April Resale Market Low on Listings

The month of April didn’t pick up the way spring markets have in the past, mainly due to the low inventory Ottawa has been experiencing

Ottawa the Top Gainer Since 2016

The average price hike in Ottawa was nearly 15 per cent, giving a new total of $433,500 — up $56,300 as of December, according to

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