the Coil lead researcher Pertti Honkanen take the position of rental-housing costs in the Reel blog.
Honkanen writes that the rental growth to increase inequality, since living in rented dwellings are on average lower incomes.
ownership of the apartment dwellers have been able in recent years to benefit from low interest rates and the moderate cost development anyway, although mortgage interest tax deductions are cut , he said.
living in Rented dwellings are on average lower incomes.
Their income to rent rose difficult at the same time, when basic security cut and frozen so that prices let alone rents to rise unabated benefits.
Honkanen said that rents continue to rise due to the general employment policy and largely also of the housing policy.