The Paradox of Slovenian Housing Stock: Lacking a Proper Management?
Even though there are around 175,000 vacant dwellings in Slovenia, the need for housing (and especially affordable housing) is increasing. his is a result of many different circumstances: the process of privatization in the beginning of 90’s, overly ambitious goals set by the 2000-2009 National Housing Programme, retrieval of the Government from the housing policy, lack of finance of the Housing Fund of Slovenia, inefficiently directed funds, current economic crisis. Unfortunately, the improper management of the housing stock and inadequate housing situation of many households in Slovenia have become one of the crucial social problems. The purpose of the article is to offer an insight into the course of events following the independence of Slovenia to the present day concerning the housing sector, with a special emphasis on the management of the National Housing Fund.
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