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The as soon as transparent demarcation of investment and roles of the social and marketplace condominium sectors turns out to became blurred in a couple of eu nations. Social renting is not any longer supplied merely by way of non-profit firms. The critical factor in Bridging the distance among Social and marketplace Rented Housing in Six ecu international locations? is the level to which the divide among the social and industry apartment sectors in North-West Europe (England, Belgium, France, Germany, eire and the Netherlands) should be pointed out. From an empirical point of view it conveys who offers what in condo housing, appropriate govt regulations and results accomplished. From a theoretical viewpoint the space is set the level to which lodging within the sectors may be regarded as substitutes through shoppers and even if landlords are opponents in attracting tenants. IOS Press is a world technology, technical and clinical writer of top of the range books for lecturers, scientists, and pros in all fields. a few of the components we post in: -Biomedicine -Oncology -Artificial intelligence -Databases and knowledge platforms -Maritime engineering -Nanotechnology -Geoengineering -All features of physics -E-governance -E-commerce -The wisdom financial system -Urban experiences -Arms regulate -Understanding and responding to terrorism -Medical informatics -Computer Sciences

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In extreme cases, they may be available in one sector but not the other * The larger the gap, the smaller the likelihood of substitution from the consumer’s perspective. of long-term security while the market sector offers limited security with the possibility of eviction after short periods of time. There will also be a gap when the social rented sector offers a right to buy or a rent surcharge when income rises above a certain level, while the market rented sector does not. Rent regulation, dwelling allocation and access to housing allowances will also influence substitutability between tenures.

In the next three sections, the relationships between the sectors will be examined according to each of these three aspects. The penultimate section of the chapter will address the concept of bridging the gap between the sectors and consider the meanings that may be ascribed to bridging the gap as a way of changing the relationship between social and market rented housing. 2 Differences in who provides and what is provided The differences between the sectors could simply be analysed in terms of who the providers are and what they provide.

Allocation systems are usually the key source of differences between the sectors. This follows from our definition of social housing as housing which is allocated according to need rather than demand based on ability to pay. In the market sector allocation usually occurs simply according to the forces of demand and supply, with landlords accommodating those households that want market housing and can afford market rents for their housing. A needs-based system in one sector and a market-forces system in the other will contribute to a large gap between the sectors.

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