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Using an affordability index adjusting prices for inflation and income growth, the IAS report suggests that increases in affordability since 2012 could be attributed to alcohol tax cuts.
RBC's aggregate measure for affordability in Canada rose for the ninth consecutive quarter to stand at 48.
Meanwhile, in Vancouver, it seems that the period of housing affordability relief has likely come to an end.
While rents have been rising moderately faster than inflation, they do not necessarily indicate declining affordability.
Affordability in Scottish cities, on average, is now at its lowest level since 2009, although it is still 12% lower than the peak of 6.
Most cities saw housing affordability remaining around historic averages.
This paper and an accompanying policy brief that highlights common elements and best practices found in state debt affordability studies are both available at http://www.
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Affordability constraints eventually are reconciled with cost estimates but are not derived from them, even if Component leadership prefers to start with rudimentary costs estimates to help scope the allocation of resources.
The three groups offered several alternative metrics for better gauging the affordability of water mandates.
Release date- 23052013 - Canada's housing market remained under moderate affordability-related stress in the first quarter of 2013, as housing affordability stayed in the holding pattern that began in early 2010, according to the latest Housing Trends and Affordability Report issued by RBC Economics Research.
ca said its 2012 Airport Affordability Index is compiled by computing the average airfare users found on its site during the month of August 2012 from each airport to the most popular domestic and international destinations.