Private renters’ housing experiences in lightly regulated markets: review of qualitative research

This report is the second output from a project aimed at better understanding private tenants’ housing experiences in the United Kingdom (UK). To learn from international experiences and thus expand the existing evidence-base that may inform UK housing policies, this report enlarges the project’s geographical focus to other countries with similarly lightly-regulated, market-based private renting sectors (PRS). This report aims to better understand the PRS’s growing diversity in terms of tenants’ profiles and their related housing experiences.

Author(s): Adriana Mihaela Soaita, Kim McKee, Moira Munro
Published: 20 April 2020
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