Refers to whether some member of the household owns or rents the dwelling, or whether the dwelling is Band housing (on an Indian Reserve or settlement). A dwelling is classified as “owned” even if it is not fully paid for, such as one which has a mortgage or some other claim on it. A dwelling is classified as “rented” even if it is provided without cash rent or a reduced rent or if the dwelling is part of a cooperative. (Source: Statistics Canada)
Whether a housing unit is owner or renter occupied. Owner Household - A dwelling whose principal occupant is the owner of the dwelling. Renter Household - A dwelling that is not occupied by its owner. (Data Source: Local Sources)
the way in which property is held. A house of flat may be owned by the occupier or rented, either from the council or from a private landlord.
Status of a personnel position, or a person occupying a position or occupation, with respect to permanence of the position.
The status of an occupied dwelling unit as either owned or rented.
The tenure of a household is derived from the response to the question asking whether the household owns or rents its accommodation and, if rented, from the response to the question asking who is the landlord.
This applies to all private dwellings, and describes whether households are renting or purchasing or whether they own the dwelling in which they were enumerated on census night, or whether they live in the dwelling under some other arrangement. The category 'purchasing' includes being purchased under a rent/buy scheme. The category 'other' includes being occupied rent free and being occupied under a life-tenure scheme. The percentages given represent percentages of households.
In housing terms, this refers to who owns a property, eg owner occupied, privately rented, Council house, Housing Association house
Refers to the distinction between owner-occupied and renter-occupied housing units. Related terms: Housing unit, Owner-occupied housing unit, Renter-occupied housing unit
A description of the ownership of a property and the status of its occupant, e.g., owner occupied; public or social rented.