An Uber for apartments could solve some common housing problems
By Administrator | 21 July 2015
"Speculative property developers, criticised for building dog boxes and the slums of tomorrow, are generally hated by urban planners and the public alike. But the doors of state governments are seemingly always open to developers and their lobbyists. Politicians find it hard to say no to the demands of the development industry for concessions because of the contribution housing construction makes to the economic bottom line and because there is a need for well located housing. New supply is also seen as a solution to declining housing affordability." Read more
A. Sharam & L. Bryant, The Conversation, 21 July 2015
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