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The Netherlands

  • Nico Nieboer
  • Vincent Gruis
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Abstract

When set within an international context, social rented housing in the Netherlands can be characterised by its relatively large share of the housing stock, the diversity of dwellings within the social rented stock and the variety of tenants, who are not only low-income households (see Table 10.1; van der Flier and Gruis, 2002; van Kempen and Priemus, 2002).

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Social Housing Housing Stock Asset Management Housing Association Portfolio Analysis 
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