Housing Market Research

Housing Market Research

Housing First: Research, Benefits and Challenges

Housing First.  What is it exactly? The term is used very loosely as the opposite of traditional services for homeless people (emergency shelters, transitional programs). There are ambitious claims made about ending homelessness and saving tax-payers money through using a Housing First approach; this research piece investigates these claims, reviews what has been done, and focuses on the benefits and […]

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SHIP’s Newsletter – “The Continuum”

Keep up to date with SHIP’s affordable housing newsletter that has statistics, research, and best practices and tips. The newsletter also provides recent local news, upcoming events, and articles about issues that are important to your community. The newsletter is published every quarter. Look for it in the Housing Market Research category under the Resource Centre. Premiere Edition of The Continuum – Summer 2012 The Continuum […]

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Knowledge Sharing by First Nations and Métis Homeless People in Saskatoon

Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre, in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan (2009) Knowledge Sharing by First Nations and Métis Homeless People in Saskatoon investigates Aboriginal homelessness in Saskatoon to address the knowledge gaps related to homelessness in this region.   Who is involved in this study? 44 Aboriginal people who are homeless in Saskatoon and who regularly visited […]

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Banks – Housing Research Reports

Banks in Canada are an excellent resource for housing market information.  Below are links to research reports relevant to the Saskatoon housing market. TD Canada Trust / TD Economics TD Economics – Special Report – Housing Market June 2008 Dec 2010 July 2011 Dec 2011 TD Economics – Special Report – Household Debt Feb 2011 Royal Bank RBC Housing Trends and […]