DG ECFIN issues publication on Rental Market Regulation in the EU
At the beginning of this month, the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission has issued its newest publication on Rental Market Regulation in the European Union.
The publication focuses on the state of development of rental markets as a genuine alternative to home-ownership. The rental market is an affordable platform for young and low-income households and provides them with a viable alternative to a hasty first step into the property ladder. In order to help policymakers develop a sizeable private rental market acting as an attenuating factor of housing prices volatility, it is important to depict the relevant dimensions of the rental market regulation and assess their likely impact on the aggregate housing market.
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