The real estate industry must foster affordability or see further European cities make policy interventions
In the past two years, three of Europe’s most iconic cities – Barcelona, Berlin and Paris – have introduced controls to clamp down on spiralling rental prices. Measures range from rent freezes and enforced rent reductions, to reducing the amount landlords can raise rents within and between tenancies. London, another iconic city, is considering controls, while Amsterdam has introduced draft bylaws to stop investors buying new-builds to rent them out expensively.
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