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Condominium owners report: NH21-3E-PDF ; NH21-3/2014E-PDF

Toronto and Vancouver.

The Condominium Owners Report sheds light on the condominium market by focusing on a segment of domestic household investor activity in Canada's two major housing markets of Vancouver and Toronto. The survey's findings offer new factual insights on the characteristics of surveyed condominium investors that are relevant to housing market stakeholders.

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Department/Agency Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Title Condominium owners report
Subtitle Toronto and Vancouver.
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
Note Issued also in French under title: Rapport sur les copropriétaires, Toronto et Vancouver.
Date [2014]- .
Chronology [August 2014]--
Frequency Irregular.
Catalogue Number
  • NH21-3E-PDF
  • NH21-3/2014E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number 68560
Subject Terms Market analysis, Housing
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