Homeowner motivation and revitalization of older residential neighbourhoods: NH17-107/1999E-PDF
a study of incumbent upgrading in Winnipeg : final report.
"The general purpose of this study was to determine if the revitalization process underway in certain older neighbourhoods in the City of Winnipeg was incumbent upgrading and more specifically to explore the factors important in homeowner decisions to renovate. The methodology included an initial analysis of building permit activity in older neighbourhoods and the development of neighbourhood profiles using data from Statistics Canada and other sources. From this preliminary analysis three specific neighbourhoods (Archwood, West Elmwood and Luxton) were identified as most likely to be characterized by incumbent upgrading. These three neighbourhoods were then subjected to a more comprehensive analysis including more detailed profiles using Statistics Canada data and a survey of residents that provided documentation of the level and nature of renovation activity and the various factors that were important in people's decisions to upgrade their home and property"--Executive Summary.
|Department/Agency||Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.|
|Title||Homeowner motivation and revitalization of older residential neighbourhoods|
|Subtitle||a study of incumbent upgrading in Winnipeg : final report.|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||"December 1999." Digitized edition from print [produced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].|
|Number of Pages||vii, 152 :|
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