Huffington Post: Expensive Vancouver homes are owned by people in traditionally low-income jobs: Eby

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Sept 27, 2016 | Jesse Ferreras

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Homemakers. Students. A waitress and a casino dealer.

These are just a few traditionally low-income professions you can work in and still, somehow, buy a home in one of Vancouver’s priciest areas.

That’s according to land title research by B.C. NDP housing critic David Eby. He pulled 250 titles for homes sold in the affluent MacKenzie Heights area from 2012 to the present, and found that 26 were owned by people in those types of jobs, he said at a Tuesday news conference.

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