Covid 19 - What We're Doing

I hope that Real Estate isn't the biggest thing on your mind right now. I hope that your most pressing thoughts are of your health, and your loved ones, and that you're thinking of how to keep safe and healthy under the Coronavirus Pandemic. 

Real Estate isn't the most important thing on my mind right now either. I'm in isolation at home with my wife Gillian and our two young sons, Jack and Aaron. I'm thinking about extended family back in Alberta, especially my elderly grandfather, and of my in-laws here in Ottawa and Brockville, many of whom are elderly and living on their own.

Real Estate is still in my thoughts and I'm working from home each day, but my work is principally focused on my clients and making sure that they have everything that they need in this crisis, and not on whether they want to buy or sell a home. For almost everyone, buying or selling a home can wait. I'll still be there for past and future clients when life begins to return to (somewhat) normal.

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What You Need to Know About the Canadian First-Time Home Buyer Incentive

The First Time Home Buyer Incentive (FTHBI) is a new Federal Government program launched September 2nd of 2019 that promises to help first time home buyers with their down payment and mortgage. Over the next three years, this incentive has been earmarked enough money to aid 100,000 individual people and families purchase their first home. Continue to read to learn more about the Canadian First-Time Home Buyer Incentive.

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Market in a Minute - March 2020

Welcome to the beginning of the spring real estate market! The beginning of 2020 has seen consistent and steep increases in both residential and condominium sales, with most properties going for over the asking price. Want to learn more about the Ottawa real estate market? Continue reading!

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Construction and Infrastructure Projects | City of Ottawa

Every single year, the City of Ottawa has approximately 500 construction projects on the go costing around $500 million dollars. These projects include growth and investment in existing communities as well as improvement and maintenance of bridges, buildings, roads, sewers, and much more. You do not have to live in Ottawa for long to know that construction season is all year long, and the city is aware of the impact this has on our day to day lives. Continue reading to see how you can stay up to date on all of the upcoming projects in Ottawa!

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