Queenswood Heights is a neighbourhood located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the east end of the city in Orleans. It is bounded by St. Joseph Boulevard to the north, Tenth Line Road to the east, Innes Road to the south, and mostly by the Bilberry Creek Trail ravine to the west.
The neighbourhood was established in 1962and was the first modern subdivision created in the area.
CMHC says pace of housing starts picked up in February
The pace of new home construction picked up unexpectedly in February driven by strength in the condo market in major cities, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Thursday.
Meanwhile, Statistics Canada reported that building permits rose beyond expectations in January — particularly in the condo market — signalling continued ...
Governments bent on cooling home prices could get more than they bargain for
Do falling housing prices eventually impact local and provincial revenue?
While governments in Canada are focused on arresting the growth in housing prices to promote affordability, the unintended consequences of steeper-than-envisioned declines also merit consideration.
Municipal and provincial revenues are ...
Canadian home sales, listings slump in January with arrival of new mortgage rules
Canadian home sales dropped sharply in January to their lowest monthly level in three years amid a retreat in listings as new mortgage rules came into place, according to a new report from a national real estate group.
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) said Thursday that home sales through the Multiple Listing ...
Ottawa development looking up as condos go sky-high
In downtown Ottawa, you can't build anything taller than the Peace Tower – beyond that, developers are jumping on the opportunity to build up
Up until 1965, you wouldn't find a building taller than the Peace Tower in Ottawa. Federal and city regulations banned developments over 92 metres to preserve the skyline dominance of Parliament Hill. ...
A half a million dollars bought half as much space in Toronto’s condominium market as in other Canadian cities in 2017.
And in Vancouver, it bought nothing at all, with analysts unable to find any new condominiums at or below the $500,000 mark, according to a study of 2017 sales data by the Altus Group.
Buyers with a half a million dollars to spend in red-hot downtown Toronto ...