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Welcome to Century 21 Capital Realty Inc. Ottawa 

Buying or Selling a Home or a Condo in Ottawa? We are Here to Help!

CENTURY 21 Capital Realty Inc.
851 Richmond Road
Ottawa, ON K2A 3X2
Office613-564-0021
Office Fax613-564-0026

A Real Estate Company That Will Go the EXTRA MILE for You!

As the most recognized consumer brand name in the Real Estate industry, the CENTURY 21® System has a heritage of professionalism, dependability, and customer understanding which have become synonymous with the CENTURY 21 gold standard. You can expect the best from the CENTURY 21 Local Experts. Dedicated to continually providing quality service and expert advice, we strive to understand your goals and then adopting them as our own. Let us help you find your dream home or get a quick sale of your property at the best price possible. We look forward to assisting you with your next Real Estate transaction.

Century 21 Capital experts promise and deliver the Gold Standard of service.

 

"We are a company with a genuine desire to give full measure and to go the extra mile for those who charge us with the responsibility of handling their real estate."

Considering Buying Property in Ottawa?

Boasting Canada’s 7th lowest unemployment rate and the 3rd lowest in Ontario, Ottawa offers many, many employment opportunities; from dozens of federal government organizations to a booming high tech industry; from life science sectors to a thriving tourism and hospitality industry, a bright future awaits you here in Ottawa!

Ottawa has a wonderful public school board, Carleton University, Ottawa, University & Algonquin College. These educational facilities are the major contributors to Ottawa having the most highly educated work force in Canada. 

People often think that Ottawa is just a quiet government town; however there many sides to our city and all kinds of great local neighbourhoods.

Downtown offers the “Market” with its fruit and vegetable stands, lots of little shops and great night life. The Rideau Shopping Centre is close to everything including the Weston Hotel and the famous Chateau Laurier. On Elgin Street, there is a host of great restaurants and, of course, there are plenty of museums and an amazing Art Gallery. If you have children, don’t forget the Experimental Farm.

The fun side of Ottawa includes the Ottawa Canal. In winter you can skate all the way from Confederation Square to Dow’s Lake and in the summer you can walk, bike or run on the pathways. There are beaches on the Ottawa River, and parks all over the city.

Many neighbourhoods have their own unique character and atmosphere; however the thing that is most notable about Ottawa is the sense of community and the open acceptance and friendliness of its people.

Century 21 Capital Awards in Ottawa

Congratulations to our Century 21 Capital agents who were recognized at Kick Off here in Ottawa. The keynote speaker, Chris Leader was inspiring and it was great to see Century 21 agents from as far away as Kingston. The dinner and the company were excellent.

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NELSON: Helping Newcomers to Canada

REM - Each year we welcome more than 650, 000 immigrants to Canada.  These individuals experience a number of firsts: bank account, credit card, car loan and eventually, mortgage.  This spring will mark the first time many of them will participate in the home purchasing process, a true Canadian rite of passage.  Newcomers often look to industry professionals who live and breathe ...

REGULATOR SET TO RELEASE NEW MORTGAGE RULES

Globe and Mail Canada's financial regulator is close to releasing a new set of standards for Canada's mortgage insurers, one that the real estate industry is worried may chill the market.  The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been working on the guidelines since 2012, after it released a similar set of mortgage-lending standards for banks.  The standard ...

Gen Y-Don't believe the hype

Globe and Mail: CARRICK - Don't believe the hype on home ownership The housing boom of the past decade has given young adults a whole lot of debt and some pitiful gains in net worth.  The twenty- and thirtysomethings of Generation Y who are entering the market today are in for worse treatment.  A mindset for those who choose to buy a house: It's about lifestyle, not making an investment. ...

We are definitely coming into a Spring market!

The spring home-buying season is coming into bloom Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,126 residential properties in March through the Board's Multiple Listing Service® system, compared with 1,160 in March 2013, a decrease of 2.9 per cent. "Sales picked up month over month, with 256 more properties switching hands in March than in February," says Randy Oickle, President of the Ottawa ...

Don't be fooled into mortgaging your home to buy stocks.

Financial Post Investors seem to have completely forgotten about the concept of risks thanks to a prolonged period of ultra-low interest and stock markets setting new highs.  In particular, such an environment has a tendency to bring out the worst pieces of investment advice, such as taking out a mortgage to buy stocks.  One would think warning signs would flash when non-investment professionals ...

Conference Board-Housing Market crash unlikely

The Conference board isn't buying the notion that Canada'a housing market will suddenly crumble, saying the most likely outlook is for a modest decline nationally and in some specific markets.  The Ottawa based think-tank argues in a comprehensive new look at real estate in Canada that the conditions for a crash simply don't exist, despite numerous reports that the market is over built and over ...

Financial Post- Why the mortgage wars can rage more freely: No Flaherty,no Carney

Why did the Bank of Montreal risk a (verbal) slap from Finance Minister Joe Oliver for daring to chop its five year mortgage rate below 3%? Because they knew the mortgage war would be different this time On previous occasions when the banks publicized rates below the government's favoured minimum, they found themselves on the receiving end of angry calls from Mr. Oliver's predecessor Jim Flaherty, ...

Financial Post: Real Estate bidding wars ;

It's every man for himself;  Home buyers of all ages are finding themselves facing multiple offer situations... Full Article - 

Ottawa Housing market

MEGHAN HUR­LEY Ottawa Citizen March 24, 2014 Fears of housing market crash in Ottawa are overblown, report says   Fears that a housing bubble is in danger of bursting in Ottawa are exaggerated, the Conference Board of Canada said in a report published Monday. The report by the Ottawa based think-tank said the city’s resale market is sluggish and the amount of new home construction ...

BlackBerry to sell Canadian Real Estate

Blackberry is in agreement to sell the majority of its real estate holdings in Canada. Trish Rogan reports... Video by: Bloomberg
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