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23 Mar 21 |

New study: The economic benefits of affordable housing

New study: The economic benefits of affordable housing

A new study by Michael Klien and Gerhard Streicher, from the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), quantifies the impacts of limited-profit housing on purchasing power, GDP, and the public purse. The study illustrates that limited-profit housing associations not only provide affordable and secure homes but are a financial net-benefit to individual households, the economy, and the public purse, Gerald Kossl from Housing Europe's Austrian member, GBV writes for our blog.

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15 Mar 21 |

Housing Europe starts working on a massive EU project that lowers barriers to test innovative solutions in construction

Housing Europe starts working on a massive EU project that lowers barriers to test innovative solutions in construction

The 5-year Horizon 2020 project, METABUILDING Labs (MBLabs) is oriented towards small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that aims at reinforcing the construction sector value chain with new tools, innovative materials, upgraded technical framework, living labs, and upskilling. We tell you a bit more about its goals and the place of public, cooperative, social housing providers in it.

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19 Feb 21 |

How to take the Finnish track in housing policy?

Housing 2030 podcast with Jarmo Linden, ARA

How to take the Finnish track in housing policy?

When speaking about social inclusion and housing, one European country can be seen as a total myth buster. Yes, it is Finland.

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