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What You Need to Know About Canada’s Underused Housing Tax

CREA Café team L’équipe du Café ACI

Publication date:
April 11, 2023
Article Summary: 

The linked article provides insights into Canada's underused housing tax and what individuals need to know about it. The article explains that the underused housing tax is a policy aimed at addressing the issue of vacant or underutilized properties in Canada's housing market. It discusses the purpose of the tax, which is to incentivize property owners to make their properties available for occupancy or productive use. The article highlights key details of the tax, including the eligibility criteria, exemptions, and potential penalties for non-compliance. It also explores the potential impact of the underused housing tax on the housing market and provides information on how individuals can navigate and understand its implications.


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CREA Café team L’équipe du Café ACI

What You Need to Know About Canada’s Underused Housing Tax
April 11, 2023
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