Slechte huizenmarkt Nederland
Huren zijn nog nooit zo hoog geweest. Een huis kopen is voor velen een droom die waarschijnlijk pas heel laat werkelijkheid zal worden of misschien wel helemaal niet. Sociale huur duurt jaren en expats met hoge lonen en bijzondere voordelen, drijven de huren en koopsommen van woningen op.
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Verplicht percentage sociale huur bij nieuwbouw
Sociale huur wachtlijsten zijn ontzettend lang. Nieuwbouw appartementen gaan voor grote bedragen weg. De investeerders zouden verplicht moeten worden om bijvoorbeeld 10 procent sociale huur in zo'n nieuwbouw pand aan te bieden.
Gemeentes moeten nu al sturen op 30 procent sociale huur in de nieuwbouw, maar het is misschien goed als investeerders verplicht worden dit in alle nieuwbouw te doen.
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Projectontwikkelaars gaan dan nog minder bouwen, omdat het minder oplevert. Grond braak laten liggen, levert nu al meer op. Kijk Pak de Macht over het probleem van projectontwikkelaars;
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