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The emergence of generation rent in the USA and UK

Homeownership now comes later in life. But so does marriage. pic.twitter.com/QUyH1qC9uE

— Jed Kolko (@JedKolko) November 18, 2015

Here's how the chance of home ownership in UK has declined…

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Urban Economics

Redevelopment Views

This morning the Washington Post covered a poll they took about views on redevelopment. There were just over 1,000 people polled by phone from November 12 – 15. 84 more words


Existing Home Sales Report

Existing–home sales came back strongly in September following a decline in August and have now risen year–over–year for 12 months in a row, according to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). 431 more words


Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday November 5, 2015

After taking a week off, Open Sources Guelph is now forced to talk about Justin Trudeau again. The new Prime Minister is “Designate” no more, and he revealed his first cabinet to an excited throng of over 3,500 people at Rideau Hall yesterday. 415 more words

Show Notes

San Francisco election fails to end affordable housing angst

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco voters overwhelmingly approved a $310 million bond for affordable housing this week, acknowledging all is not well in the city marked by skyrocketing rents driven by high-paid tech workers. 613 more words


In London, you need $30 million to not be affected by gentrification

I have witnessed the devastating impacts of gentrification first hand. As part of my research, I spent many years living in inner-city estates in London, interviewing the impoverished tenants who made their homes there. 921 more words

Home Show attendance in Saskatoon reflects slower housing market

SASKATOON – Home sales in Saskatoon have been sluggish during the fall season, according to the Saskatoon Region Association of Realtors. Compared to last year, sales are down 16 per cent and this dip was reflected in low attendance at the Home Show in Prairieland Park. 231 more words