7 datasets found

Tags: sustainability dashboard housing

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  • Social Housing

    Non-market social housing refers to non-profit and co-operative housing models where rents are subsidized for individuals and families with low incomes. Households are generally...
  • Renters in Need

    The main reason for homelessness in Canada is poverty. Many individuals and households may have part-time or full-time employment but do not make enough to afford adequate and...
  • Rental Market

    Rental housing is important for building diverse communities. It provides affordable housing to lower income households as well as for people at different stages of life....
  • Multi-Family Housing

    Multi-family housing is a type of housing where several residential units are located in one building. The most common form of multi-family housing is the apartment building....
  • Homelessness

    People are homeless when they do not have housing or rely on couch-surfing with family and friends. Homelessness happens for many reasons, including challenges with physical...
  • Core Housing Need

    Core housing need is when individuals are living in housing that requires major repair, does not have enough space for the needs of the household, or costs 30% or more of the...
  • Average Home Price

    Home ownership offers many advantages. It provides some financial security in the form of capital appreciation when housing prices increase. Owning a home can be a stable way of...
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