International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis


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Table Of Contents: Volume 4 Issue 4 - Special Issue: Housing affordability

Affordable home ownership after the crisis: England as a demonstration project

Christine Whitehead, Sarah Monk

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of affordable home ownership in the light of the recent global financial crisis.

Measuring local affordability: variations between housing market areas

Colin Jones, Craig Watkins, David Watkins

The purpose of this paper is to address both the measurement of affordability and variations in affordability between local housing market areas (HMAs).

Delivering new affordable housing in the age of austerity: housing policy in Scotland

Kenneth Gibb

The purpose of this paper is to assess new and often innovative models that aim to fund and deliver affordable housing in Scotland within a context of fiscal crisis. These…

Social housing: new demand, new tools

Luisa Ingaramo, Stefania Sabatino

In light of growing concerns on the scale of the housing affordability problem in Italy, and of the government's response in the form of a new Housing Plan, the purpose of…

The implications of mortgage finance on housing market affordability

Michael McCord, Stanley McGreal, Jim Berry, Martin Haran, Peadar Davis

The downturn in the residential housing market in Northern Ireland (NI) has been the most pronounced of any UK region, with house prices contracting circa 40 per cent…

Residualisation of the social rented sector: some new evidence

Anna Clarke, Sarah Monk

The purpose of this paper is to present new evidence on the reasons for and consequences of residualisation of the social rented sector in the UK.



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