Public housing in Spain, the basics

What is Social Housing in Spain, Really??

One thing you must remember when talking about public or social housing is that there is not really a great definition from country to country. Spain is not really any different here. What the Spanish consider social housing is not really rental in nature. Most of it is actually owner occupied. The development of the housing reminds me a bit of the model in the Netherlands. The cost of land and the cost of borrowing money are reduced to those building affordable housing.

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