Generational Differences and Future Housing Markets

@inproceedings{Skaburskis2002GenerationalDA,
  title={Generational Differences and Future Housing Markets},
  author={Andrejs Skaburskis},
  year={2002}
}
This paper reviews the characteristics of the different age groups that may affect future housing markets and the evolution of Canadian cities. It uses the census micro-data from 1981 to 1996 to construct profiles showing how the age groups differ and how cohorts have evolved over the 15 years since 1981. It looks at differences in population size, migration patterns, household composition, education, employment, income, gender roles, housing paths and market outcomes. It shows the dependency… CONTINUE READING