Cities plan to use new law to block large private investors from housing market
Large private investors are increasing their footprint in many housing markets in North America, prompting a variety of policy responses.
Some cities and provincial governments in Canada have proposed taxes to “non-resident speculation” to slow the spread of large investments in the housing market. In the United States, community ownership and “opportunity to purchase” acts are proposed as mitigation measures.
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