We are really setting snow records in 2019; it has been relentless, but picture perfect. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your family and hopefully you have time to enjoy winterlude. It is too early to see the market trend for 2019, but I believe it...

We are so fortunate to have one of the greatest Heart Institutes in the world here in Ottawa. Because February is Heart month, it is our opportunity to support and take part in activities.   Some of the Heart Month events happening this month include: Saturday, February...

February 5, 2019 - The average sale price of homes sold through the MLS® service mirrored the gains in the high-tech industry, but remained stable following the tech downturn. Those that owned before or during the high-tech surge have had dramatic gains in their home...

What is it? A condo status certificate is a document provided by the condominium corporation to buyers of resale condos that provides a snapshot of the unit as at the date that the certificate is issued. What information should you expect to see in a condo...

2018 has had many memorable events. We are proud again to be in the top 1% for 2018, out of 18,000 agents, in Canada for Royal LePage. I am very pleased to have the support of my team and all of our wonderful clients. We strive to...

Royal Bank of Canada has lowered its posted five-year fixed rate by 15 basis points from 3.89 per cent to 3.74 per cent. Mortgage rate comparison website founder Robert McLister says RBC is the first of the Big Six banks to cut its advertised five-year...

Key highlights from the national release include: The price of a home in Canada increased 4.0 per cent year-over-year to $631,223 in the fourth quarter of 2018, continuing the recovery from the most significant housing correction since the financial crisis. Condominiums continued to see the...

January 2019 - The average sale price of homes sold through the MLS® service mirrored the gains in the high-tech industry, but remained stable following the tech downturn. Those that owned before or during the high-tech surge have had dramatic gains in their home equity....

Infill construction is common in major Canadian cities, so in that sense Ottawa’s Greystone Villageisn’t unique. What’s different about this development at the eastern edge of the downtown is that its 1,000 residents won’t be living in high-rise towers. Instead, Greystone Village is a combination of freehold...

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