What's Happening In Ottawa – May 31

Check out what is happening in Ottawa this weekend! Ottawa International Children Festival – LeBreton Flats (May 28-June 2) Byward Market Classic Auto Show – Byward Market (June 2)

TD / Canada Trust Weekly Economic Highlights – May 27

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 27 United States April existing home sales rose to 4.97 million units (annualized) – its highest level in over three years. As of April, median home prices were up 11% on the year, making it the fifth consecutive month that home prices have posted double digit year-over-year gains. In …
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Adam Mills Team Real Estate Market Update – May 2013

May Newsletter Summary: April 2013 saw 1,573 homes sell in Ottawa compared to 1,568 homes in April 2012. The average sale price in April 2013 for a home in Ottawa was $371,565 an increase of 2.1% over April 2012. Average “Days on Market” for a listing is currently 39 days in Ottawa.  — See page …
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What's Happening In Ottawa – May 17

What's Happening in Ottawa! Check out all the festivals! Canadian Croatian Folkore Festival May 17-19 Victoria Day Festival  May 8-24 Canadian Tulip Festival  May 3-20    

CTV Morning Live Segment 8

Segment 8: Royal LePage Ottawa has started a segment called “On The Market” on the CTV Morning Live show with Brokerage Owner Kent Brown. We will be posting a new clip every 2 weeks that talks specifically about the Ottawa Real Estate Market.

TD / Canada Trust Weekly Economic Highlights – May 13

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK – May 13 United States It was a quiet week on the U.S. macroeconomic news front, however the stock markets made headlines with both S&P 500 and the Dow Jones rising to record levels. The effects of Fed’s quantitative easing program are also being felt beyond Wall Street. Based on the …
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TD / Canada Trust Weekly Economic Highlights – May 6

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK- MAY 6 United States Economic news out of the U.S. this week provided a pleasant contrast to the lingering worries surrounding the global growth outlook. Strong consumer spending and rising consumer confidence, as well as a decent manufacturing survey, served as prologue for today’s better-than-expected April payrolls report. Equity markets both …
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