Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – Jun. 2012

May 2012 saw 14.3% more homes sell in Ottawa over May 2011. The average sale price in May 2012 for a home in Ottawa was $362,837, an increase of 3.2% over May 2011. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 33 days in Ottawa. For the full article please click here

Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – Jul. 2012

June 2012 saw 3.4% less homes sell in Ottawa over June 2011 (June 2011 was an exception to the norm). The average sale price in June 2012 for a home in Ottawa was $352,800, a decrease of 0.1% over June 2011. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 35 days in Ottawa. For …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – Aug. 2012

July 2012 saw 3.4% more homes sell in Ottawa over July 2011. The average sale price in July 2012 for a home in Ottawa was $337,518, a slight decrease of 1.2% over July 2011. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 40 days in Ottawa. For the full article please click here

Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – Sep. 2012

August 2012 saw 14.1% less homes sell in Ottawa over August 2011. The average sale price in August 2012 for a home in Ottawa was $346,949, an increase of 2.5% over August 2011. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 42 days in Ottawa. For the full article please click here

Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – Oct. 2012

September 2012 saw 993 homes sell in Ottawa compared to 1,201 homes in September 2011 (2011 was a record breaking September). The average sale price in September 2012 for a home in Ottawa was $351,585, an increase of 4.75% over September 2011. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 43 days in Ottawa. …
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Home By Design – Cacti and Succulents

For Little Work and Lots of Pleasure, Garden Inside with These Versatile, Low-Maintenance Plants New Weekly Articles – Cacti and Succulents

TD Canada Trust Weekly Economic Highlights – Oct. 29

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – October 29/12 United States Markets fell back to pre-OMT/QE3 territory as weak earnings and guidance downgrades provided a reality check. This was true for non-financials in particular, as financials continued to benefit from the confidence inspired by open-ended central bank announcements European data continue to underwhelm, with German PMI and …
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