Is the Private Rented Sector an Efficient Producer of Housing Service? Private Landlords in Denmark and their Economic Strategies
AbstractThe private rented sector varies much in size and character between European countries. Several studies from different countries have shown that investors in the sector are a very heterogenous group with many different motives for buying and letting out residential property. This has much importance for the efficiency of the sector. This paper reports the result of a Danish study on private landlords: their background and financial situation, their motives for buying and selling property, their business strategies and their economic return from running properties.
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Volume (Year): 8 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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