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What is The Hype Around Ottawa’s Boom Towns

What is The Hype Around Ottawa’s Boom Towns: Why “Rural” Ottawa Continues to Grow While we have seen an increase in home prices steady across the province over the last two years, rural outlier communities like Carleton Place, Arnprior and Kemptville have seen unprecedented growth and attention, handing them over “Boom Town” status. These Ottawa area […]


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Mortgage Shopping: What Does a Mortgage Broker Do?

In what has been an unprecedented year in buying and selling, Ottawa Real Estate is remaining hot, and mortgage rates cool. While buying a home and getting a mortgage is a big financial decision, the process of securing a loan leaves even the most experienced buyers with a laundry list of questions. Naturally, you will […]


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Ottawa Real Estate Snapshot June 2020: June Statistics are a Welcome Sign of Things Getting Back on Track in our Marketplace 

HOME LISTINGS ACTIVE LISTINGS OPEN HOUSES LUXURY PROPERTIES REALTORS® RESOURCES COMPANY REAL ESTATE BLOG CAREER IN REAL ESTATE ABOUT TEAM REALTY CONTACT US HOME LISTINGS ACTIVE LISTINGS OPEN HOUSES LUXURY PROPERTIES REALTORS® RESOURCES COMPANY REAL ESTATE BLOG CAREER IN REAL ESTATE ABOUT TEAM REALTY CONTACT US HOME LISTINGS ACTIVE LISTINGS OPEN HOUSES LUXURY PROPERTIES REALTORS® RESOURCES COMPANY REAL ESTATE BLOG CAREER IN REAL ESTATE ABOUT TEAM REALTY CONTACT US HOME LISTINGS ACTIVE LISTINGS OPEN HOUSES LUXURY PROPERTIES REALTORS® RESOURCES COMPANY REAL ESTATE BLOG CAREER IN REAL ESTATE ABOUT TEAM REALTY CONTACT US Ottawa Real Estate Snapshot June 2020 Market Snapshot:
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Ottawa Real Estate January 2020 Highlights and Statistics

Based on information released February 5, 2020 by the Ottawa Real Estate Board Average Sale Prices up over 19% in both Residential and Condominium Properties January’s average sale price for a condominium-class property was $338,077, an increase of 19.1 % from January 2019 January’s average sale price of a residential-class property was $516,229, an increase of 19.3 % from January 2019. Compared to last month, however, the average price for residential-class properties increased by a modest 3.2 % and the average price for condominium-class units was 8.8 % higher.* The Board’s Housing Price Index (HPI), which is another data point
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Ottawa Real Estate Market Snapshot November 2019

Weather isn’t Cooling the Resale Market!  Highlights from the Ottawa Real Estate Board December 4, 2019 Ottawa Real Estate Highlights November 2019 UNIT SALES Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,288 residential properties in November through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® System, compared with 1,161 in November 2018, an increase of 10.9 %. Residential: 958 Up 10.5 % from November 2018 Condo: 330 Up 12.2 % from November 2018. The five-year average for November unit sales is 1,133. “Even with the typical winter slowdown, Ottawa’s home resale market still experienced a relatively brisk pace in November. Our inventory is
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Ottawa Real Estate Snapshot:  October 2019 

Ottawa Real Estate Snapshot:  October 2019 Based on information from on the Ottawa Real Estate Board November 5th, 2019 Properties Sold Total properties sold: 1,607 an increase of 16.9% over October 2018 1,211 in the residential-property class, up 15% over October 2018 396 in the condominium-property category, up 23% over October 2018 The five-year average for October unit sales is 1,319. “New listings are down, inventory remains scarce, and yet more homes changed hands this October than in the past decade and a half,” reports President of the Ottawa Real Estate Board. “It’s perplexing at first; however, when you consider
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First Time Home Buyer Incentive – Need a Little Help?

With the recent federal election  there has been a great deal of discussion around the Liberal Government’s incentive for First-time Home Buyers which was effective September 2, 2019.  The Government of Canada has allocated $1.25 billion over the next three years for this program.  The incentive is designed to help first-time home buyers find an affordable home.  Finding an affordable home has proven to be a challenge for first-time home buyers and especially younger Canadians.  The lack of inventory has affected the availability of affordable housing options. This has made the cost of housing as a percentage of gross income
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