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Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Home Owner

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa – the Ontario Renovates program administered by the City’s Housing Services branch ("Housing Services"), provides limited funding to low income seniors and to persons with disabilities who own their home for necessary repairs and accessibility modifications to support independent living.

Eligibility of applicants

Homeowners who are 65 years of age or older
People with disabilities
Families with a household member(s) who is a senior or person with a disability may be eligible if property value and income criteria are also met (criteria listed below)

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners
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Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Eligibility of property

Your property may be eligible for the program if it is:

Located in the City of Ottawa;
Valued at or under $408,030 as determined by the province and verified by the owners most recent property tax or MPAC assessment; and
Your sole and primary residence.

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Eligibility of repairs and accessibility modifications

Your home may be eligible for the Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program if it requires repairs and/or modifications to make it safer, more accessible and more energy efficient. Examples of acceptable repairs and modifications include, but are not limited to:

  • electrical and heating systems including chimneys
  • doors and windows
  • foundations, roofs, walls, floors and ceilings
  • plumbing
  • septic systems, well water, and well drilling
  • fire safety
  • cues for doorbells or fire alarms
  • ramps, handrails, chair and bath lifts, height-adjusted countertops

Please note that any repairs or modifications carried out before the loan or grant is approved in writing and a funding agreement is signed are not eligible and will not be reimbursed.

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Scope of funding

The Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program provides funding in the form of a forgivable loan and/or grant for eligible applicants or participants up to a maximum amount of $18,500:

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners go up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) can only be used for accessibility modifications to the home.
Forgivable loans up to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) can be used for both accessibility modifications and essential repairs and must be approved by the program administration.
The loan will be forgiven if you continue to own and live in the house for ten (10) years after the repairs or modifications have been completed.
The amount of the loan is contingent on the total grant amount taken to equal a maximum of $18,500 in total funding received by the applicant.
Eligible households can only receive the loan/grant amount that is verified by quotes for projects.

 

Duration of program

Housing Services is accepting applications and will continue to do so until all funds are spent or until March 31st, 2018, whichever comes first.

Timelines

Once the Housing Services branch has received the application, the applicant will be contacted by letter declaring eligibility or non-eligibility. Applicants will also be notified if documents are missing.

Use of funds

Funds awarded can only be used for the purposes outlined in the Funding Agreement with Housing Services. If the cost of the necessary repairs or modifications is more than the maximum amount of the grant and/or loan provided, you, as the property owner, may have to cover the additional cost. Reporting and follow-up

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners

Housing Services may follow up with you annually to determine if you are the title owner of the property. If you sell or move within 10 years of receiving a forgivable loan, you will be required to pay all or a portion of the loan back to the City.

How to apply for funding

Print and complete this application form PDF opens in a new tab or window [PDF – 162KB] and provide all necessary documents
Print this checklist PDF opens in a new tab or window
Contact the program at the phone number or email address below to request an application package be mailed to you

All applications with necessary documents must be mailed or delivered to:
City of Ottawa
Housing Services branch
Ontario Renovates program
100 Constellation Drive, 8th Floor West
Ottawa, ON, K2G 6J8

For more information about the Ontario Renovates program, please call our information line at 613-580-2424 ext. 12300 or email Ontariorenovates@ottawa.ca (link sends e-mail).

Rooming House

The Rooming House Renovation Program falls under the Ontario Renovates Program that is administered by the City’s Housing Services branch ("Housing Services") and provides limited funding to qualifying landlords for essential repairs and renovations as well funding to modify existing unit(s) or building(s) to make them more accessible and in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Eligibility of applicants

A rooming house property may be eligible for the program if it is:

  • Located in the City of Ottawa
  • Modest unit relative to community norms in terms of floor space and amenities;
  • Rent affordability based on 60% of the Average Market Rent (AMR) for Ottawa – (rent table is below (updated yearly by CMHC Rental Market Report));
  • A rooming house that require essential repairs and/or energy efficiency upgrades;
  • A rooming house that require modifications to increase accessibility;
  • A rooming house that is in good standing with the City of Ottawa (or) actively working towards compliance as determined by the City.

Monthly Rent Unit Type 60% of Average Market Rent
Residential services home/Rooming House Up to $589.20
Examples of essential repairs

Examples of essential repairs include, but are not limited to:

  • Replacement of windows to energy efficient double pane, low E argon windows;
  • Roof replacements using attic insulation to a minimum of R40Furnace and/or heating equipment;
  • Toilet replacement with low-flush or dual-flush toilet (6 litres per flush or less);
  • Replacement of water heater with an ENERGY STAR qualified instantaneous water heater;
  • Modifications of kitchen and bathrooms;
  • Other items will be reviewed and considered that improve the quality of the dwelling for the tenants.

Examples of accessibility modifications

Examples of acceptable accessibility modifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Ramps;
  • Handrails;
  • Chair and bath lifts;
  • Countertops height adjustments;
  • Cues for doorbells and fire alarms.

Scope of funding

The Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program provides funding in the form of forgivable loans to qualifying landlords:

Forgivable loans up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per rooming unit (room) up to a maximum of $100,000 per property;

  • Total loan is dependent on how many rental units are in the rooming house and the scope of repairs approved by the Housing Services Branch;
  • The loan will be totally forgiven if rent levels are maintained for the full 15 years as per CMHC Rental Market Report;
  • 1/15 (6.67%) of the total loan will be forgiven each year;
  • Eligible landlords can only receive one loan per address under this program;
  • A second mortgage must be registered on the approved property.

Duration of program

Housing Services will accept applications until all funds are spent, or until March 31st, 2018, whichever comes first.

Timelines

Once Housing Services has received the application, the applicant will be contacted by a case coordinator from the Affordable Housing Unit. Applicants will also be notified if documents are missing. The full review of the application will include a visual property and building assessment and internal review by city staff. Please note that application review timelines may vary.

Release of funds

Funding will be committed to an approved rental property owner upon signing a Funding Agreement document with Housing Services outlining the total amount funded and the terms and conditions attached to the use and release of funds.

Please note that any repairs and/or energy efficiency upgrades carried out before the loan is approved in writing are not eligible for the Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program and will not be reimbursed.

Use of funds

Funds awarded can only be used for the purposes outlined in the Funding Agreement with the City of Ottawa’s Housing Services. If the cost of the necessary repairs and/or modifications is more than the maximum amount of the loan provided, you, as the property owner, must cover the additional cost.
Reporting and follow-up

Housing Services will follow up with you on an annual basis for your rent roll to ensure the units within the property remain affordable. If you sell, transfer title or increase the rent beyond the 60% of AMR (updated yearly – CMHC Rental Market Report) within 15 years of receiving a forgivable loan, you will be required to pay all or a portion of the loan back to the City.

How to apply for funding

Contact the program at the phone number or email address below to request an application package be mailed to you

All applications with necessary documents must be mailed or delivered to:
City of Ottawa Housing Services
Ontario Renovates Program
100 Constellation Drive, 8thFloor West
Ottawa, ON, K2G 6J8

For more information about the Ontario Renovates program, please call our information line at 613-580-2424 ext. 12300 or email Ontariorenovates@ottawa.ca (link sends e-mail).

Rental Units

The Ontario Renovates program is administered by the City’s Housing Services branch ("Housing Services") and provides limited funding to qualifying landlords for essential repairs and renovations as well as modifications to improve accessibility of their existing unit(s) or building(s) and make them in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Eligibility of applicants

The rental property may be eligible for the program if it is:

Located in the City of Ottawa;
Modest unit relative to community norms in terms of floor space and amenities;
Rent affordability based on the Average Market Rent (AMR) for Ottawa as established by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Rental Market Report(link is external) (also see table below);
Not at the same municipal address as the landlord's residence;
A building or unit that require essential repairs and/or energy efficiency upgrades;
A single unit or multi-unit building that requires modifications to increase accessibility and accommodate tenants who are seniors and/or persons with disability;

Examples of acceptable accessibility modifications include, but are not limited to:

Ramps
Handrails
Chair and bath lifts
Countertops height adjustments
Cues for doorbells and fire alarms

Scope of funding

The Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners provides funding in the form of forgivable loans to qualifying landlords:

Forgivable loans up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per rental unit up to a maximum of $100,000 per property;
Total loan is dependent on how many rental units are in the rental building and the scope of repairs approved by the Housing Services Branch;
The loan will be totally forgiven if rent levels are maintained for the full 15 years;
1/15 (6.67%) of the total loan will be forgiven each year;
Eligible landlords can only receive one loan per unit under this Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program
A second mortgage must be registered on the approved property for all forgivable loans exceeding $25,000

Duration of Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners program

Housing Services will accept applications until all funds are spent, or until March 31st, 2018, whichever comes first.

Ineligible projects

The following projects are not eligible for Ontario Renovates funding:

Retirement Homes, Long-Term Care Homes (including nursing homes), and crisis care facilities
Units not subject to the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (except shelters and transitional housing that house victims of domestic violence)
Projects that received funding under AHP (2005), AHP Extension (2009) – Rental and Supportive and IAH – Rental Housing
Units for which the homeowner received Homeownership component funding under the AHP or IAH
Social Housing units as defined under the Housing Services Act, 2011

Timelines

Once Housing Services has received the application, the applicant will be contacted by letter declaring eligibility or non-eligibility. Applicants will also be notified if documents are missing.
Release of funds

Funding will be committed to an approved rental property owner upon signing a Funding Agreement document with Housing Services outlining the total amount funded and the terms and conditions attached to the use and release of funds.

Please note that any modifications carried out before the loan is approved in writing are not eligible and will not be reimbursed.

Use of funds

Funds awarded can only be used for the purposes outlined in the Funding Agreement with the City of Ottawa’s Housing Services branch. If the cost of the necessary modifications is more than the maximum amount of the loan provided, you, as the property owner, must cover the additional cost.
Reporting and follow-up

Housing Services will follow up with you on an annual basis for your rent roll for the funded unit(s) to ensure the units remain affordable. If you sell or increase the within 15 years of receiving a forgivable loan, you will be required to pay all or a portion of the loan back to the City.


How to apply for funding

All applications with necessary documents must be mailed or delivered to:
City of Ottawa
Housing Services branch
Ontario Renovates program
100 Constellation Drive, 8thFloor West
Ottawa, ON, K2G 6J8

For more information about the Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners please call our information line at 613-580-2424 ext. 12300 or email Ontariorenovates@ottawa.ca (link sends e-mail).

DISCLAIMER

We believe the information contained in this
article to be accurate.It is presented with the
understanding that we are not engaged in
rendering legal,accounting, or investment advice.
When professional assistance is required,
utilize the services of a licensed real estate
broker, lawyer, accountant,
or other consultant as may be required.

Forgivable Grants for Ottawa Home Owners
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Ontario Renovates program

The Ontario Renovates program administered
by the City’s Housing Services branch
(“Housing Services”), provides limited funding to
low income seniors and to persons with disabilities
who own their home for necessary repairs and
accessibility modifications to support independent living.

Forgivable Loans Ottawa, Disabled, Low Income Senior Home Owners
Eligibility of applicants

Homeowners who are 65 years of age or older
People with disabilities
Families with a household member(s)
who is a senior or person with a disability
may be eligible if property value and income
criteria are also met (criteria listed below)
The income requirements are based on
household size and are described in the table below:

Ontario Renovates income requirements for homeowners

Household Size Maximum Gross Annual Income
One person $36,075.00
Two person $44,160.00
Three person $53,610.00
Four person $64,320.00
Five person $72,510.00
Six person $81,435.00
Seven or more person $88,900.00
Eligibility of property
Forgivable Loans Ottawa, Disabled, Low Income Senior Home Owners
Your property may be eligible for the program if it is:

Located in the City of Ottawa;

Valued at or under $408,030 as determined by
the province and verified by the owners most
recent property tax or MPAC assessment; and
Your sole and primary residence.

Eligibility of repairs and accessibility modifications

Your home may be eligible for the program
if it requires repairs and/or modifications to
make it safer, more accessible and more
energy efficient. Examples of acceptable
repairs and modifications include, but are not limited to:

electrical and heating systems including chimneys
doors and windows
foundations, roofs, walls, floors and ceilings
plumbing
septic systems, well water, and well drilling
fire safety
cues for doorbells or fire alarms
ramps, handrails, chair and bath lifts,
height-adjusted countertops
Please note that any repairs or
modifications carried out before the
loan or grant is approved in writing and a
funding agreement is signed are not eligible
and will not be reimbursed.

Scope of funding

The program provides funding in the form o
f a forgivable loan and/or grant for eligible applicants
or participants up to a maximum amount of $18,500:

Grants up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) can
only be used for accessibility modifications to the home.
Forgivable loans up to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000)
can be used for both accessibility modifications and
essential repairs and must be approved by the
program administration.
The loan will be forgiven if you continue to own
and live in the house for ten (10) years after the
repairs or modifications have been completed.
The amount of the loan is contingent on the total
grant amount taken to equal a maximum of
$18,500 in total funding received by the applicant.
Eligible households can only receive the loan/grant
amount that is verified by quotes for projects.

Forgivable Loans Ottawa, Disabled, Low Income Senior Home Owners
Duration of program

Housing Services is accepting applications and will
continue to do so until all funds are spent or
until March 31st, 2018, whichever comes first.

Timelines

Once the Housing Services branch has received
the application, the applicant will be contacted
by letter declaring eligibility or non-eligibility.
Applicants will also be notified if documents are missing.

Forgivable Loans Ottawa, Disabled, Low Income Senior Home Owners

Use of funds

Funds awarded can only be used for the purposes
outlined in the Funding Agreement with Housing
Services. If the cost of the necessary repairs or
modifications is more than the maximum amount
of the grant and/or loan provided, you, as the
property owner, may have to cover the additional cost.

Reporting and follow-up

Housing Services may follow up with you annually
to determine if you are the title owner of the property.
If you sell or move within 10 years of receiving a
forgivable loan, you will be required to pay all or a
portion of the loan back to the City.

How to apply for Forgivable Loans Ottawa, Disabled, Low Income Senior Home Owners

Print and complete this application form PDF
opens in a new tab or window [PDF – 162KB]
and provide all necessary documents
Print this checklist PDF opens in a new tab or window
Contact the program at the phone number or
email address below to request an application
package be mailed to you
All applications with necessary documents
must be mailed or delivered to:

City of Ottawa
Housing Services branch
Ontario Renovates program
100 Constellation Drive, 8th Floor West
Ottawa, ON, K2G 6J8
Inquiries

For more information about the Ontario Renovates program,
please call our information line at 613-580-2424 ext. 12300
email Ontariorenovates@ottawa.ca

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program

Forgivable loans up to $10,000/room in Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program

Rooming House Renovation Program

The Rooming House Renovation Program falls under the Ontario Renovates Program that is administered by the City’s Housing Services branch (“Housing Services”) and provides limited funding to qualifying landlords for essential repairs and renovations as well funding to modify existing unit(s) or building(s) to make them more accessible and in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Eligibility of applicants

A rooming house property may be eligible for the program if it is:

Located in the City of Ottawa Modest unit relative to community norms in terms of floor space and amenities;
Rent affordability based on 60% of the Average Market Rent (AMR) for Ottawa – (rent table is below (updated yearly by CMHC Rental Market Report));
A rooming house that require essential repairs and/or energy efficiency upgradesA rooming house that require modifications to increase accessibility;
A rooming house that is in good standing with the City of Ottawa (or) actively working towards compliance as determined by the City

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Monthly Rent

Unit Type 60% of Average Market Rent
Residential services home/Rooming House Up to $589.20
Examples of essential repairs

Examples of essential repairs include, but are not limited to:

Replacement of windows to energy efficient double pane, low E argon windows;
Roof replacements using attic insulation to a minimum of R40Furnace and/or heating equipment;
Toilet replacement with low-flush or dual-flush toilet (6 litres per flush or less);
Replacement of water heater with an ENERGY STAR qualified instantaneous water heater;
Modifications of kitchen and bathrooms;
Other items will be reviewed and considered that improve the quality of the dwelling for the tenants.
Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program
Examples of accessibility modifications

Examples of acceptable accessibility modifications include, but are not limited to:

Ramps;
Handrails;
Chair and bath lifts;
Counter tops height adjustments;
Cues for doorbells and fire alarms.

Rooming House Renovation Program Scope of funding

The program provides funding in the form of forgivable loans to qualifying landlords:

Forgivable loans up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per rooming unit (room) up to a maximum of $100,000 per property;
Total loan is dependent on how many rental units are in the rooming house and the scope of repairs approved by the Housing Services Branch;
The loan will be totally forgiven if rent levels are maintained for the full 15 years as per CMHC Rental Market Report;
1/15 (6.67%) of the total loan will be forgiven each year;
Eligible landlords can only receive one loan per address under this program;
A second mortgage must be registered on the approved property.

Rooming House Renovation Program Duration of program

Housing Services will accept applications until all funds are spent, or until March 31st, 2018, whichever comes first.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Timelines

Once Housing Services has received the application, the applicant will be contacted by a case coordinator from the Affordable Housing Unit. Applicants will also be notified if documents are missing. The full review of the application will include a visual property and building assessment and internal review by city staff. Please note that application review timelines may vary.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Release of funds

Funding will be committed to an approved rental property owner upon signing a Funding Agreement document with Housing Services outlining the total amount funded and the terms and conditions attached to the use and release of funds.

Please note that any repairs and/or energy efficiency upgrades carried out before the loan is approved in writing are not eligible for the program and will not be reimbursed.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Use of funds

Funds awarded can only be used for the purposes outlined in the Funding Agreement with the City of Ottawa’s Housing Services. If the cost of the necessary repairs and/or modifications is more than the maximum amount of the loan provided, you, as the property owner, must cover the additional cost.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program Reporting and follow-up

Housing Services will follow up with you on an annual basis for your rent roll to ensure the units within the property remain affordable. If you sell, transfer title or increase the rent beyond the 60% of AMR (updated yearly – CMHC Rental Market Report) within 15 years of receiving a forgivable loan, you will be required to pay all or a portion of the loan back to the City.

How to apply for funding

Print and complete this application form PDF opens in a new tab or window [PDF – 162KB] and provide all necessary documents
Print this checklist PDF opens in a new tab or window
Contact the program at the phone number or email address below to request an application package be mailed to you

All applications with necessary documents must be mailed or delivered to:

City of OttawaHousing Services
Ontario Renovates Program
100 Constellation Drive, 8thFloor West
Ottawa, ON, K2G 6J8

Rooming House Renovation Program Inquiries

For more information about the Ontario Renovates program,
please call our information line at
613-580-2424 ext 12300 or
email Ontariorenovates@ottawa.ca

DISCLAIMER

We believe the information contained in this
article to be accurate.It is presented with the
understanding that we are not engaged in
rendering legal,accounting, or investment advice.
When professional assistance is required,
utilize the services of a licensed real estate
broker, lawyer, accountant,
or other consultant as may be required.

Ottawa-Ontario Rooming House Renovation Program
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Ontario tax sale properties City of Ottawa

THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA

TAKE NOTICE that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s) described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on Thursday November 9th 2017 at: The City of Ottawa, Revenue Services, 100 Constellation Drive, 4th Floor East, Ottawa ON K2G 6J8 Attention: Treasurer

Tenders will be accepted if sealed in an envelope and clearly marked with the PIN (Property Identification Number) and the Roll Number of the property for which the tender is submitted, for example: “Tax Sale for: PIN 04559-0195(LT) Roll No. 0614.422.820.17600.0000.” A separate tender must be submitted for each property.

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Ontario tax sale properties City of Ottawa

Tenders will be received ONLY at the above mentioned address until 3:00 p.m. local time on the above date. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 101 Centrepointe Drive, Ground Floor, The Chamber, immediately following the 3:00 p.m. deadline.

Please be advised there is a non-refundable fee of $41.00 for each tender package requested. Payment must be made at the time of request for each tender package. Payment by cash, debit card, credit card, money order or certified cheque, payable to the City of Ottawa will be accepted.

Nov 9,2017 Ontario tax sale properties City of Ottawa Description of Land(s): 1. PT LT 1 CON 6 MARLBOROUGH PT 1, 5R8414 1.00AC 167.32FR 260.00D

PIN: 03930-0130 (LT)

Municipal Address: 6538 MCCORDICK RD

Roll No. 0614.181.830.00103.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $36,574.23

2. PT LT 11 CON 2 CUMBERLAND AS IN RR21404B 1.00AC 210.00FR 210.00D

PIN: 14549-0136 (LT)

Municipal Address: 3361 LARMOURS LANE Roll No. 0614.500.101.09201.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $59,756.62

3. LT 846, PL 4M-170

6300.00SF 60.00FR 105.00D

PIN: 04391-0622 (LT)

Municipal Address: 6074 VINEYARD DR

Roll No. 0614.600.101.18900.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $60,168.79

4. PT BLK H, PL 888 , PART 1, 2 & 3 , 5R887 AC 28.15FR 129.17D

PIN: 04403-0177 (LT)

Municipal Address: 2492 AUTUMN HILL CRES Roll No. 0614.600.212.23200.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $38,766.82

5. BLK 4, PL 50M-207

1.98AC 291.93FR D

PIN: 14551-0128 (LT)

Municipal Address: 5049 MCNEELY RD

Roll No. 0614.500.201.20626.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $83,656.26

6. LOT 150, PLAN 420162

16286.96SF 99.92FR 163.00D

PIN: 04696-0009 (LT)

Municipal Address: 3 ESQUIMAULT AVE

Roll No. 0614.120.340.15900.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $106,488.80

7. PT LT 633, PL 831, AS IN N584254

AC 25.05FR D

PIN: 04365-0158 (LT)

Municipal Address: 1081 CLOVERLAWN CRT Roll No. 0614.600.136.05900.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: Cancelled

8. UNIT 19, LEVEL 6, CARLETON CONDOMINIUM PLAN NO. 25;

AC FR D

PIN: 15025-0191 (LT)

Municipal Address: 603-2000 JASMINE CRES Roll No. 0614.600.195.00895.0000

Minimum Tender Amount: $22,986.92

The sale of these properties is subject to cancellation up to the time of the tender opening without any further notice. The Minimum Tender amount represents the cancellation price as of the first day of advertising.

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Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form, Tender to Purchase, and must be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank or trust corporation or Province of Ontario Savings Office payable to the City of Ottawa and representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount.

Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters including environmental concerns, relating to the land(s) to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers.

This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, penalties and interest, HST if applicable and the relevant land transfer tax within fourteen (14) calendar days of being notified that he/she is the successful purchaser.

The municipality does not provide an opportunity for potential purchasers to view properties. The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession or a key to the successful purchaser.

For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed form of tender contact:

Kathleen, Anik, or Dan

Finance Specialist

613-580-2740

The Corporation of The City of Ottawa 100 Constellation Drive, 4th Floor East, Ottawa, ON K2G 6J8

Tender packages must be purchased at the address noted above. Information is also available on the City of Ottawa website at Ottawa.ca

DISCLAIMER

We believe the information contained in this article to be accurate. It is presented with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or investment advice. When professional assistance is required, utilize the services of a licensed real estate broker, lawyer, accountant, or other consultant as may be required.

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