OTTAWA, May 5, 2020 - Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 913 residential properties in April through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® System, compared with 2,025 in April 2019, a decrease of 55 per cent. April’s sales included 700 in the residential-property class,...

Once you have attracted potential buyers into your home with curb appeal, and impressed them with cleanliness and absence of clutter, the next step in obtaining the best possible price for your home is to develop a plan so that you can react to offers...

Mortgages are still being funded, but lenders are being extra careful right now particularly when it comes to income.  Don't be surprised if your mortgage provider asks for all income documents to be provided as part of the application process.  Also, don't be surprised if...

United Counties of Prescott-Russell have decided to proceed with a $36 million partnership to build an "innovative food hub". This hub will be used for processing and distributing meat and vegetables from farms in the area for local and national markets. Councillors voted in favour...

According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released April 14, 2020, the aggregate price of a home in Canada is expected to remain stable through the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some points from the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market...

Spring cleaning isn't just for inside the house, take it outside and get some fresh air. Cleaning up the outside of your home and getting ready for Spring can get you motivated to plant and grow your favourite herbs and vegetables, and spend more time...

OTTAWA, April 3, 2020 - Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,525 residential properties in March through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® System, compared with 1,507 in March 2019, an increase of only 1.2 per cent. March’s sales included 1,170 in the residential-property...

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to everyone's lives, and especially to the local businesses in our community. Many businesses have had to close or adapt to serve their customers.  To help Ottawa's economy and support our resilient businesses you can: Buy locally when possible. ...

Join our community and make some noise to show appreciation for all essential workers in Ottawa! On Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30pm, step on to your porch and bring your pots, pans, bells and whistles and cheer loud to show your support. This is a city-wide...

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