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Is there a housing crisis in Europe?

Is there a housing crisis in Europe?

17 October 2017

Gerald Koessl is a Research Officer at National Housing Federation
What does the housing crisis in Europe look like and how does it compare to the UK? Contributing to a new report by Housing Europe, we take a look at public spending on housing allowances and building new homes in Europe and the UK.

Tagged with: Finance, New Homes, Research, Federation blog

Using shared ownership assets to build more urgently needed homes

Using shared ownership assets to build more urgently needed homes

7 July 2017

Paul Rickard is Group Director of Finance and Resources at One Housing Group.
One Housing will be building 1,450 homes following an £85m long term financing deal with M&G Investments, an international investment manager. This deal is innovative for the housing sector, because a high proportion of the collateral comprised shared ownership properties.

Tagged with: Finance, Member blog

What will the impact of Brexit be on the housing market?

What will the impact of Brexit be on the housing market?

12 December 2016

Diego Iribarren is an Assistant Director in EY’s Economic Advisory Practice
Leaving the EU might just end up being business as usual or, perhaps, the early stages of new market dynamics for the UK housing sector. In either case, we’ll all have to keep our eyes on the ball

Tagged with: Finance, Guest blog

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