Homeowners Got Rich While Sleeping, Watching TV: Prof.

A federally-funded advocate of a home equity tax yesterday told the Commons finance committee homeowners got rich “while sleeping and watching TV.” Professor Paul Kershaw of the University of British Columbia proposed a yearly tax on property assessments for principal residences: “Think about how do you calculate the additional minor tax we’re asking people to contribute over the years that they’re living in their home.”

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