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@9875HZKfrom Saskatchewan  answered…12hrs

@97QYQ2VCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…3wks

@97QB4S7from Ontario  answered…3wks

@977QPNPfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Foreign investors who aren’t present twice a year should pay 25%

@974GZZCfrom Alberta  answered…1mo

Tax should be increased to 20%, after 2 years of being vacant the government can take it back, sell it and use the money for schools/healthcare/infrastructure

@972G5M7from Ontario  answered…1mo

@96Z72XKfrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

Bar foreign money from our housing market, including investment corporations who create satellite offices here.

@96VPR23from Alberta  answered…1mo

Yes, tax them half of the value of the home/land they want to own. 50% is giving

@96TBGHYfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Yes, but the government should try to ensure to people that it's not racially motivated.

@96SRQVSfrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

yes, it should be at 10% and landlords should not be allowed to pass that cost on to renters

@96QMCSHConservativefrom Alberta  answered…2mos

If you live here, you should be subject to the same rules as everyone

@96LZ6W7New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, If the non-residents are corparations. The tax should be 1-5 depending on the size and wealth of the corparation.

@96L4RFDfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96J9G4Jfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96D85B2from Ontario  answered…2mos

@96BJF8Nfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, and they should mandate that unoccupied domestic properties be made available to rent for reasonable rates.

@96BH7YGConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@96B4PTJNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Only if the real estate is unoccupied, and apply the same to residents.

@969Z7JSLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, only if they keep the estate vacant, the tax should be at least 10%

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@967SJS3New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@9653HWJfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

No, because charging non-resident homeowners more would cause rent to increase.

@964SF29Conservativefrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@963W6K9from British Columbia  answered…2mos

Add a tax for people who own many homes but only live in one, and attempt to prevent "house flipping" to help reduce real estate prices and make housing more accessible.

@962WS5LPeople’s Partyfrom Quebec  answered…2mos

@962SMTXfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@95ZWDQ5from Alberta  answered…2mos

A tax should be placed for real estate of 15-30% depending on the company itself.

@95YWBT9from Ontario  answered…2mos

@95YV2DZfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@95WSRRQfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, but don't tax those that are permanent residents ect. Have a higher tax for people that are not guarenteed to stay.

@95WMMMTfrom Quebec  answered…2mos

@95K5YQGfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

Yes, but it should depend on many things. If it's someone who's clearly speculating, and sitting on the property because of it's value, and has no intention of moving to the residence, then they should be subject to the tax, or an even higher tax depending on their income. If it's someone who is a refugee fleeing conflict, a non-permanent resident, someone who has claimed asylum, a foreign diplomat/consulate of another country, or even a international high school/university or college student, they should not be subject to the additional tax, as they have the potential to become citizens, but also can add great value to this country.

@95JD49Zfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos


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