Residential renovation overview: NH15-562/1988E-PDF

“Residential renovation has been one of the growth industries of the 1970s and 1980s. As the federal government's housing agency, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has a vital "interest in the physical condition of the existing housing stock. For this reason, CMHC has been actively involved in the renovation field for many years. To address the lack of information on the renovation market, CMHC conducted national surveys of homeowners, landlords and tenants (the National Housing Study) and renovation firms (the Residential Renovation Industry Survey) in 1986. The main purpose of this study is to communicate the findings of these surveys and their implications for the renovation market"--Abstract, p. [2] of cover.

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Department/Agency Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Program Evaluation Division.
Title Residential renovation overview
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Aperçu de la rénovation résidentielle. Cover title. "April 1988; second printing, July 1989." Digitized edition from print produced 2015 [for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].
Date 1988.
Number of Pages viii, 156, [41] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • NH15-562/1988E-PDF
Subject Terms Home renovations, Statistics