Flow of fixed residential capital of private dwelling
Flow of fixed residential capital refers primarily to investment or gross residential capital formation, which are divided into three components. The first is new housing construction, which includes single dwellings, semi-detached dwellings, row housing and apartments, cottages, mobile homes and additional housing units created from non-residential buildings or other types of residential structures (conversions).
Private dwelling refers to a separate set of living quarters with a private entrance either from outside the building or from a common hall, lobby, vestibule or stairway inside the building. The entrance to the dwelling must be one that can be used without passing through the living quarters of some other person or group of persons.
- Canadian chained (2007) dollars May 11, 2016 to current
- Canadian dollar at 2007 constant prices May 11, 2016 to current
- Canadian dollar at current prices May 12, 2003 to current
- Flow of fixed capital January 01, 2014 to current
Relation to previous version
- Flow of fixed residential capital of private dwelling January 01, 2014 to current
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