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In most of EU countries rents and houses' price are growing faster than income. And finding a place to live has become an issue.
The European Homeless Journal has been published since 2007 by the European Observatory on Homelessness.
Only 3 percent of the people living in Palermo and 5 percent of those in Naples consider that it is easy to find a job in their city.
The top 15 most densely populated square kilometer in each European country.
The short-term property-rental platforms have seen the potential for influence over those EU bodies which are supposed to regulate them, and are now putting resources into it.
If you have a foreign name and you are looking for an apartment, you will significantly less likely to be contacted by landlords than a German applicant.
Launched in 2017, the OECD’s affordable housing database compiles all the pertinent data for an analysis of developments in housing markets across Europe.
Housing Europe is a European federation for public, cooperative and social housing, which manage over 26 million homes in 24 countries – 11% of existing dwellings in Europe.
The second overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe (2017) explores housing difficulties, homelessness and evictions across Europe.