Content with the tag: rental

Methodological Appendix

Section

Methodological Appendix

July 2019

Social Inclusion

Want to know how we calculated these indicators? See our Methodological Appendix for details.

Public policies

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Public policies

July 2019

Social Inclusion

During the crisis, housing benefits decreased, and the downward effect of poverty on them in Spain was much lower than that of European countries. At the same time, subsidised housing reached historical minimums in 2017.

The situation in Europe

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The situation in Europe

July 2019

Social Inclusion

The cost of rental and delays in mortgage repayments are higher in Spain than in the majority of European countries. Other indicators, such as overcrowding, show better behaviour with respect to Europe.

The situation in Spain

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The situation in Spain

July 2019

Social Inclusion

Analysis of the situation in Spain, with indicators on the cost of access to rental and homebuying, the conditions related to them and capacity to satisfy energy needs.

Executive summary and conclusions

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Executive summary and conclusions

July 2019

Social Inclusion

Access to decent housing continues to be difficult for the more vulnerable social groups, such as young people or low-income working families. In Spain, one in every five citizens spends more than 30% of their disposable income on housing.

Housing

Report

Housing

July 2019

Social Inclusion
Luis Ayala Cañón, Rosa Martínez López, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and EQUALITAS; Olga Cantó Sánchez, Marina Romaguera de la Cruz, Universidad de Alcalá and EQUALITAS; Carolina Navarro Ruiz, UNED and EQUALITAS

What social challenges does decent housing represent in Spain? This report analyses three challenges in this field: access, conditions and energy needs.

Housing: right or commodity?

Dossier

Housing: right or commodity?

June 2019

Social Inclusion

The seventh Dossier from the Social Observatory of ”la Caixa” focuses on the residential insecurity faced by society’s most vulnerable groups, and access to housing for young people.

Why are young people unable to access home ownership?

Article

Why are young people unable to access home ownership?

July 2019

Social Inclusion
Guzmán Antonio Muñoz Fernández, Universidad de Córdoba; Adaptation: Àlex Blancafort

Employment precarity is an obstacle to accessing home ownership for young people. Rental, which is more expensive, or family solidarity are the main alternatives for setting up a home.

Difficulties in access to housing

Infodata

Difficulties in access to housing

June 2019

Social Inclusion

In 2017, some 42.1% of people devoted more than 40% of their disposable income to paying the rent. What does this mean in the European context?

Does more renting mean greater insecurity?

Article

Does more renting mean greater insecurity?

June 2019

Social Inclusion
Juan A. Módenes, Centre for Demographic Studies, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Adaptation: Núria Vallès Peris

Access to housing through renting is increasing in Spain although it is the least secure form of housing tenure on an economic, contractual and legal basis. We analyse which groups are the most affected.

Vulnerability of young people

Infodata

Vulnerability of young people

June 2019

Social Inclusion

In a young household, what takes up the biggest proportion of income: buying or renting?