The NWTHC works to dispose of housing units that are beyond economic repair, have reached the end of their useful life, or no longer support the delivery of housing due to changes in community needs.
Where possible, the NWTHC will attempt to sell a unit instead of demolishing it.
Disposing of these units supports the mandate of the 18th Legislative Assembly priority of addressing the high Cost of Living by demolishing vacant housing units that are beyond their useful life to support land requirements for new housing investment.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the units listed, please contact the NWTHC district office nearest you. Contact info
|Date Posted||Date Closed||Community||Unit Number||Legal Description||Year Built||Bedrooms||Information Sheet||Bid Form|
|20 Nov. 2017||22 Jan 2018||Behchoko||358||Lot 14, Block 8, Plan 1486||1977||4||Link||Link|
|14 Dec. 2017||15 Feb. 2018||Enterprise||N/A||Lot 28, Block 4 Plan 3236||2008||3||Link||Link|
|14 Dec. 2017||15 Feb. 2018||Fort Providence||44||Lot 111, Plan 840||1972||3||Link||Link|
|14 Dec. 2017||15 Feb. 2018||Hay River||384||Lot 384, Plan 360||1969||3||Link||Link|
|14 Dec. 2017||15 Feb. 2018||Hay River||393||Lot 393, Plan 360||1970||3||Link||Link|
|14. Dec. 2017||15 Feb. 2018||Hay River||N/A||Lot 1950, Plan 4177||1990||3||Link||Link|
Contact a NWTHC District Office for full details.