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This post was originally published on FSIS<|endoftext|>Thunder Bay's "real estate dilemmas" are rife, according to statistics released Thursday by the Greater Toronto Area's housing board. About 4.4 per cent of the country's 2.3 million households are either underwater while working or trying to buy, and the proportion has skyrocketed in recent years, says the forum with a mandate to devise housing solutions for the region.
The publicly-traded Hamilton Land Development Corporation, operated by the Hamilton Regional Health Authority, loans to one house per year on average. ( Gigaba Mccar
thy/Hamilton Post Staff ) Councillor Ted Plett said he hasn't heard negative cliches about Hamilton housing but didn't reach out for comment Friday evening. ( Bernard Weil ) Councillor Kory Teneycke supports improving housing affordability for Hamilton's tax-challenged 70,000 — having worked on some of the projects known as the Eglinton-Civic home rule package. ( Frank Gunn/Toronto Star ) Hamilton Community Association president Colin Walsh says Hamilton has the highest vacancy rate of any big city in Canada. (CBC) Strategic finances and legislative barriers are have catapulted the supply-to-demand housing market up the proverbial mountain of changes for the Toronto region, the province, and the nation. However, that's starting to slow down, says city, provincial and federal housing board chairman Ken MacDonald.
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"There are major commitments coming as we brace ourselves for massive political fights before governments in 2017 that pit Hamilton versus New York against Anglophonic America," says Siavendra Dhingra, RHB Chairman and Mr. MacCatchaman's research director for the Greater Toronto Area. "True affordability for moderate income households sitting down and embarking on further investments had been a political goal for [former premier] Dalton McGuin