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Rents Rise in Ridgewood

The neighborhood of Ridgewood in the borough of Queens was once a true blue collar community; relying on the manufacturing and industrial sectors of the economy to provide good-paying jobs for it’s residents. 226 more words


The Housing Market Has a Major Supply Problem

Every business owner has her fair share of grievances. After all, it’s not easy staying in the black.

But it’s also common for people to exaggerate the significance of their problems. 455 more words


Manhattan Rents Rise Faster Than Ever Before - Market Reports - Curbed NY

Ready to be depressed? StreetEasy released a new Q3 report on home prices in Manhattan and Brooklyn (for both sales and rentals) and the data points to one thing:… 25 more words

Compared to Europe, Britain's housing market is a picture of market failure

An article originally published by Policy Network on the state of the UK property market (and its shortcomings).

Written by Thomas Aubrey –  Across the European Union there is often a perception that Britain takes a more market-oriented approach, and where Britain leads continental Europe eventually follows. 1,659 more words


Housing Advisory Forum calls for compensation for loss of income from rent cut

The Housing Advisory Forum has called on Swindon Council to press the government for compensation for the loss of income resulting from the proposed ‘Council housing rent cut. 1,021 more words

Swindon Council

Housing Questions prompt Council statement

LGA First magazine page 8

LGA report in Public Finance magazine

Last night housing activists from Defend Council Housing and Harlow TUC asked a series of written questions relating to the Tory government’s attack on social housing. 538 more words


Generation Rent sees increases of 6.3% on average whilst being told its disinflation

Today has seen the publication of new figures for rents in the UK private-sector and they provide an example of “And the beat goes on”. Indeed as i will discuss they provide quite a counterpoint to the UK inflation figures which only on Tuesday told us that the headline CPI rate of inflation was -0.1% or that we are officially in disinflation. 1,360 more words

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