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The 5,200-square-foot warehouse, located at 2764B Sheffield Rd., is positioned to serve not only Ottawa, but other nearby metropolitan areas, the company said in a news release.
Sector is “gaining momentum” thanks to a booming industrial market and a retail industry that’s roared back to life in recent months as pandemic restrictions have lifted, new report says.
Detached home sales topping the million-dollar mark accounted for 14 per cent of local transactions in January – up substantially from 2020, when they made up just three per cent of all deals.
A total of 1,766 homes sold for at least $1 million in Ottawa in 2021, more than double the previous year’s tally of 750 such “luxury” transactions, the firm says.
The average residential-class home sold for $716,992 last month, up from just over $600,000 a year earlier, the Ottawa Real Estate Board said Friday.
Firm predicts the city’s housing inventory will grow slightly in the year ahead but says “low levels are expected to remain a concern.”
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.
Board says the number of condos listed for sale is 25 per cent higher than a year ago, and properties are staying on the market longer. 
The average sale price of a home in Ottawa was $524,956 in the first 10 months of 2020, brokerage said Tuesday, up 19.2 per cent from a year earlier.
Ottawa’s housing market is firmly in sellers’ territory and home prices are expected to continue to climb in 2020, according to new data from real estate brokerage Re/Max