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close this bookSupport Measures to Promote Rental Housing for Low-Income Groups (HABITAT, 1993, 132 p.)
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View the documentFOREWORD
close this folderINTRODUCTION
View the documentA. Rental housing in a global perspective
View the documentB. History of legislative intervention and government policies on rental housing
View the documentC. Basic changes in housing policies in developing countries
View the documentD. Why rental housing should receive more official attention
close this folderI. CHARACTERISTICS OF TENANTS AND OTHER NON-OWNERS AND LANDLORDS
View the documentA. The nature of owners, tenants and sharers
View the documentB. Preferences for owning, renting or sharing
View the documentC. The choice between different kinds of non-ownership
View the documentD. Who invests in rental housing?
close this folderII. THE EFFECTS OF LEGISLATIVE AND POLICY INTERVENTION
View the documentA. Rent-control legislation
View the documentB. Effectiveness of rental laws in controlling rent levels and evictions
View the documentC. Legislation and the needs of low-income groups
View the documentD. Planning and zoning regulations affecting production of rental housing
View the documentE. Different forms of legislation affecting provision of rental housing in different cities
close this folderIII. THE CLIMATE FOR INVESTMENT
View the documentA. Profitability of rental investment
View the documentB. Rent levels relative to prices, income and cost of owner-occupation
View the documentC. Taxes on rental property
View the documentD. Government efforts to encourage owner-occupation through incentives to builders
View the documentE. The rationale of small-scale landlords
close this folderIV. SUPPORT FOR FORMAL-SECTOR RENTAL HOUSING
View the documentA. The public sector
View the documentB. Subsidies, targeting and non-economic rents
View the documentC. Sub-letting of public housing
View the documentD. Encouraging formal sector private investment in rental housing
View the documentE. The roles of employers, community organizations, NGOs and cooperatives
close this folderV. SUPPORT FOR INFORMAL-SECTOR HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
View the documentA. Impact of upgrading and legalization programmes
View the documentB. Impact of legalization programmes
View the documentC. Incentives for encouraging informal sector rental housing
close this folderVI. LANDLORD-TENANT RELATIONS
View the documentA. Informal controls on landlord-tenant relationships, joint agenda and the symbiosis of owning and renting
View the documentB. The role of the courts, local tribunals, community arbitrators and local controllers
close this folderVII. FUTURE ACTION
View the documentA. The key tasks
View the documentB. Rent controls
View the documentC. Planning and zoning regulations
View the documentD. Public-sector housing
View the documentE. Encouraging formal-sector private investment in rental housing
View the documentF. Subsidies, targeting and non-economic rents
View the documentG. The role of employers, community organizations, NGOs and cooperatives
View the documentH. Incentives for public and private sector collaboration
View the documentI. Rental housing in the central city
View the documentJ. Incentives for encouraging informal-sector rental housing
View the documentK. Changing the role of the courts, local tribunals, community arbitrators and local controllers
View the documentL. Options for landlord-tenant collaboration
View the documentVIII. CONCLUSION
View the documentBIBLIOGRAPHY
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