Residential

The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be slowing activity in Ottawa’s housing market, which seemed primed to continue surging in the first few months of the year
Plus, Ottawa realtors share their picks for the capital’s hottest neighbourhoods
In an industry where the 'personal touch' can make or break a sale, the new age of social distancing has prompted Ottawa’s realtors to rethink their tools of the trade
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.
Following a record-breaking 2019 and a minor dip in January, February’s home sales numbers suggest Ottawa’s resale market is back on the rise
Million-dollar home transactions in the nation’s capital used to be almost as rare as a unanimous vote in the House of Commons, but times have changed.
Activity in Ottawa’s multi-family residential market continues to heat up along the light-rail transit line, according to a new report from Colliers International
Developers in Ottawa-Gatineau continued to rev up housing starts in January in an effort to respond to unrelenting demand for new inventory
Fewer homes changed hands in January than a year earlier, but the city’s chronic housing supply shortage drove prices up nearly 20 per cent compared with the start of 2019
A local developer’s controversial plan to build four mid-rise apartment buildings that would add more than 300 rental units to a small Sandy Hill neighbourhood is set to go before planning committee