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Page creator페랑 (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation19:16, 28 July 2020
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Date of latest edit14:24, 18 May 2024
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a house is both a shelter and an asset. the former addresses one of the most basic needs of households: living under a roof. the latter refers to housing being a vehicle for wealth accumulation. housing market dynamics result from between theses possibly conflicting dimensions. on the one hand, households seek good-quality housing to shelter their families and, nowadays, face a housing affordabilty crisis in several oecd conutries, especially in cities. on the other, homeowners concentrate large shares of their savings into housing and, in recent decades, have seen their wealth increase due to rising house prices in many places.
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