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Real estate expert says NDP have limited tools to reduce housing prices

An Ontario real estate professor says there aren’t many tools left in the toolbox for politicians looking to control B.C.’s surging real estate prices.

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Market Profile Report – Reno/Sparks 

Let’s review the Reno-Sparks real estate market, comparing month over month activity from October to November 2017, and comparing year-over-year to November 2016. 22 more words

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Making policy is hard–affordable housing

During the latter 1970s, the city of Irvine, California, imposed a requirement that new developments include a limited percentage of “affordable” housing units. The first development subject to this requirement included 900–1,000-square-foot townhouses that were to be sold for around $50,000. 424 more words


Sask. debt-free families percentage a snapshot of the past: statistician

Saskatchewan was home to the highest percentage of debt-free families in the country last year, according to a recent Statistics Canada report.

But that statistic speaks more about the past than it does about the present, says Doug Elliott, statistician and publisher of Sask Trends Monitor. 354 more words


Here are the provinces with the highest and lowest family net worth

The median net worth of Canadian families was $295,100 in 2016, new data from Statistics Canada shows. That’s up nearly 15 per cent since 2012 and more than twice what it was in 1999. 401 more words


Sales up, prices down in November for Saskatoon’s housing market

The number of homes sold in Saskatoon during November rose compared to a year ago but prices continue to slide.

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