Core Housing Need by Reason
Statistics last updated April 29, 2013.
Households in Core Housing Need by Unmet Housing Standards, Nova Scotia,2006
- The biggest reason for households in Nova Scotia to fall into core housing need in 2006 was by far the lack of affordability.
- This means households had to pay more than 30% of their before-tax household income to cover expenses such as mortgage payments, interest, property taxes, rent, condominium fees, electricity, heating fuel, water, and other municipal services.
|Households in Core Housing Need by Unmet Housing Standards, Nova Scotia, 2006|
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Canadian Housing Observer data tables "Housing Conditions and Core Housing Need" URL: http://www.cmhc.ca/en/corp/about/cahoob/data/data_013.cfm
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