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Contemporary Dining in Ottawa’s Glebe

The Glebe is one of Ottawa’s most popular residential neighbourhoods, and a great place to live! Well known for its picturesque side streets, views of the Rideau Canal, and shopping or dining opportunities along Bank Street, the Glebe offers something for everyone. Whether you’re out for the afternoon appreciating the scenery of a neighbourhood park, […]





Ottawa Home Sales Climb Higher in July

The real estate market has picked up across the city in recent months, following a slower start to the typically busy spring market seen in March and April. Ottawa’s particularly long and cold winter in 2014 led to many home buyers across the city postponing their purchasing plans until the warmer weather hit, and as […]


Ottawa: Summer Home Sales Heat Up in June

The residential resale market for houses and condos is heating up in Ottawa! In its monthly sales statistics report, the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB) reported 1,661 residential sales in Ottawa during the month of June. This is a jump of 4.3 percent when compared to the 1,593 sales recorded during the same period in […]


New Condos Support Growth in Ottawa’s Glebe

There’s been a lot of talk recently about the redevelopment of Lansdowne Park in Ottawa’s Glebe neighbourhood. This trendy walking district is located just south of Centretown and the downtown core, and is a popular area to live for students, young professionals, and families. Lansdowne has long been a landmark in the community, hosting sporting […]


Ottawa Home Sales Heat Up with Warm Weather

The Ottawa Real Estate Board has released its monthly sales statistics for May 2014, reporting a 0.3% decrease in sales year-over-year. According to OREB, there were 1,792 residential properties sold in Ottawa during May, compared to 1,797 sold properties in the same month of 2013. The five-year-average for real estate sales in May is 1,765. […]


A Downtown Addition to Ottawa Condo Growth

Ottawa has seen some significant condo growth in recent months, with new highrise towers and community-style complexes being built throughout the city. Whether you’d prefer to live in a trendy urban neighbourhood like Westboro, Little Italy, or Centretown, or you’d rather live in a more residential area like New Edinburgh or Alta Vista, Ottawa’s wide […]