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November 2018
A few days into the having the clocks fall back, don't like it already :-).

Residential Market up in most neighborhoods.  Oddly enough the year over year in the trendy neighborhoods is not as high as non traditional neighborhoods.  Condos just up slightly year over year in some parts, down in others.

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Perry/Helene
Halloween has not scared away home buyers

Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,383 residential properties in October through the Board's Multiple Listing ServiceĀ® System, compared with 1,237 in October 2017, an increase of 11.8 per cent. The five-year average for October sales is 1,223. October's sales included 1,059 in the residential property class, a rise of 8.5 per cent from a year ago, and 324 in the condominium property class, an increase of 24.1 per cent from October 2017.

"October's sales are truly indicative of the fast-paced market we have experienced for much of 2018," points out Ottawa Real Estate Board President, Ralph Shaw. "In some pockets of the city, listings are not lingering on the market. Year-to-date average Days on Market (DOMs) are down 14% from 45 to 39 days for residential homes and 24% from 68 to 51 days for condominiums."

"However, lack of supply continues to be a major driving factor in Ottawa's real estate market," he adds. "If we look back to 2015 and 2016, our current active inventory is less than half of what we had then, and it's not improving. Compared to last year, condo inventory is down 34.5% while residential inventory is 17.5% lower than October 2017."

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2019 Bathroom Trends: What Colours, Tiles, and Materials to Look Out For

Every September, thousands of people all over the world come to Bologna, Italy to participate in the Cersaie fair. It is the largest exhibit of bathroom ceramics and furnishings. In the fair, we had a sneak peek of the hottest bathroom design solutions. It looks like the 2019 bathroom trends will focus on proper hygiene, exquisite finishes, and innovative furnishings.
 
If you're considering a bathroom renovation soon or sometime next year, opt for these colours, materials, and tiles:

Cool tiles to use:
 
Mix & Match

You don't have to be afraid of using tiles of different sizes, shapes, colours, and textures anymore. Tile manufacturers sell items that complement each other. Feel free to mix and match your tiles to create a bathroom that's uniquely yours.


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Think Big: 7 Home Staging Secrets to Make a Small Living Room Look Huge

When it comes to home staging, there's really one golden rule:  Make your space look bigger to would-be buyers. And perhaps nowhere is that concept more vitally important than in the living room-the place where homeowners tend to spend most of their time entertaining and relaxing, and where potential buyers will be placing extra scrutiny.

But you don't have to knock down walls or spend a small fortune to make things look big. Fortunately, there are a few quick and relatively affordable ways to maximize your living room's first impression, even when the square footage is lacking.

1. Don't leave your living room empty

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