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Old November 24th, 2014, 05:08 AM   #181
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Old November 24th, 2014, 05:14 AM   #182
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Quarenta famílias de Glicério recebem casas da CDHU por Governo do Estado de São Paulo, no Flickr


Governador entrega 452 casas em Batatais por Governo do Estado de São Paulo, no Flickr


Em Penápolis, 234 famílias recebem as chaves da casa própria. por Governo do Estado de São Paulo, no Flickr

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Old November 27th, 2014, 04:51 AM   #183
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Fresh pics of a small neighborhood underway in Vladivostok, Russia. The municipal authorities are giving accomodation FOR FREE to "socially vulnerable" citizens, like those with many underage children or families whose shacks are being demolished according to urban revitalization programs.

This lot consists of 3 three-storied buildings and 84 flats.









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Old November 27th, 2014, 12:32 PM   #184
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Another social housing from Vladivostok, Russia. 240 flats.






Two 10 + 16 floor brick buildings in the background to the left are public housing too, completed and inhabited.

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Last year's public housing in Vladivostok, Russia.
55 families were able to improve their living conditions thanks to the municipal program.













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Old November 30th, 2014, 08:12 PM   #187
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Very interesting
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Brazil's Rousseff announces push to build 3 mn low-cost homes

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff announced on Thursday the start of the third phase of a low-cost housing plan that has as its goal constructing 3 million new units starting in 2015.

"Our objective is to make clear that it's possible to construct 3 million new houses, because what's going well must continue," she said at a public event in Brasilia.
http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/pol...ow-cost-homes/
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Old February 9th, 2015, 04:43 AM   #188
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Looks decent, but a bit more variation would be nice.
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Old February 13th, 2015, 05:16 AM   #190
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Famílias de Barbosa recebem chaves da casa própria by Governo do Estado de São Paulo, on Flickr


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The minimum monthly rent for social housing in the Netherlands begins at €660. The governmental benefits to rent a social house for poor or unemployment people is up to €200 p/m.

The housing cooperations in the Netherlands are all privatized. What they do is they build more houses for selling then houses in the social sector. It's just more profitable. Between the '30 and '90, the government build whole neighborhoods with social housing. However the housing cooperations build 70% houses for sale and 30% social housing. Then there is the vrije Sector (free sector). If the cooperations can't sell the houses, it's possibility to rent it. The prices of the free sector starts at €900 p/m.

A major problem with the social housing is the waiting list. In case of Amsterdam is takes 11-15 years to get a social house. Because there's a lack of social housing.
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come to spain , we have plenty of them
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The minimum monthly rent for social housing in the Netherlands begins at €660. The governmental benefits to rent a social house for poor or unemployment people is up to €200 p/m.

The housing cooperations in the Netherlands are all privatized. What they do is they build more houses for selling then houses in the social sector. It's just more profitable. Between the '30 and '90, the government build whole neighborhoods with social housing. However the housing cooperations build 70% houses for sale and 30% social housing. Then there is the vrije Sector (free sector). If the cooperations can't sell the houses, it's possibility to rent it. The prices of the free sector starts at €900 p/m.

A major problem with the social housing is the waiting list. In case of Amsterdam is takes 11-15 years to get a social house. Because there's a lack of social housing.
I think you're confusing normal rented apartments with public housing for people that the government pay for. It's not only poor people that rent an apartment.
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Old February 15th, 2015, 12:05 PM   #194
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I think you're confusing normal rented apartments with public housing for people that the government pay for. It's not only poor people that rent an apartment.
Maybe you have right.

In the Netherlands the minimum rent for social housing starts at €660 p/m. There is no cheaper rent-price in the Netherlands for poor or working class. This minimum price is decided by the government. The maximum price for a social house is €710 p/m. In a case of a poor/long unemployment, if the social welfare amount is €900 p/m, the municipal housing benefit they receive is around €180 p/m. The rent for the unemployment comes out on €480 p/m.

But if the annual salary is higher then €30.000, there is no option for a social house. There are two options: buy a house (€160-220k) or rent a house in the free sector €900-1200 p/m. There are many Dutch people with a annual salary more then €30.000 live in a social house. Maybe 10 year or longer ago they had a low salary or were unemployed. And now they earn more but still pay the rent of a social house. The Dutch government now force these people to leave the social house and buy a new house or rent in the free sector. Or the government increase the rent of the social house anyway. There are people refused loan-increasing or just work sum hours less, just to avoid to earn more then €30.000 annually. In the end it's cheaper to stay in a social house then forced to rent a house in the free sector.
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