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It’s a sad case. In Vancouver a 50-foot lot on the west side with a single family home was only $1.2 million a year ago. Today it is $1.65 million. For the somewhat less pricey average two story...
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Summary:Year by year, exclusive forms of ownership concentrate wealth in the hands of a few at the expense of the many. Year by year, the public debt load rises and private citizens suffer the...
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Summary:The price of housing has now risen so high in many places that even professionals cannot afford to live in the same community as they work in. Yet as the crisis deepens, the ability and the...
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The Community Land Trust Online Handbook is a rich compendium of materials by the E.F. Schumacher Society relating to Community Land Trusts: background materials on its principles and concepts;...
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This publication of the New Economics Foundation proposes community land trusts as a way to separate the cost of land from the purchase price of the housing on it.In Britain, house prices have risen...
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Champlain Housing Trust provides a wide range of housing to 2,000 households in the State of Vermont. It also provides a variety of services supportive of affordable housing, like technical...
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Burlington Associates in Community Development is the premier provider of technical assistance to community land trusts (CLT) In the United States. Its resource centre offers comprehensive coverage...
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A research report by the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) that surveys a range of ways to re-define the rights associated with land tenure as well as  specific methods for working...
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Silver Donald Cameron considers the nature of stewardship, and how he (and we) might do better to lease specific rights of use, and not aspire to 'own' the things we love and need.
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A community land trust is a nonprofit corporation, holding title to land in perpetuity, so that a selected community will never lose access to it for housing or other purpose. The trust is not so...