Determinants of the demand for home mortgage debt in Canada and the United States: NH18-1/422-1991E-PDF
“The Study analyzes the determinants of the demand for home mortgage debt in Canada and the United States. It does so by formulating a model which allows debt demand to be decomposed into that portion derived from the demand for owner-occupied housing and a residual component interpretable as deriving from the demand for nonhousing assets. From this model the incidence and magnitude of households' demand for home mortgage debt to finance nonhousing assets is determinable"--Abstract.
|Department/Agency||Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.|
|Title||Determinants of the demand for home mortgage debt in Canada and the United States|
|Series Title||Research report|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
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|Note||"December 1991." "This project was carried out with the assistance of a grant from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation under the terms of the External Research Program (CMHC CR File 6585/J15-2)" Digitized edition from print [produced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].|
|Number of Pages||xiii, 152 p.|
|Subject Terms||Housing, Mortgage loans|
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