Rethinking Housing Market Financing in the Aftermath of COV?D-19: Lessons from and Responses to the Pandemic

As Covid-19 Pandemic shows that we are surrounded by global unforeseen risks. Housing and housing financing are significant parts of people’s life and global crises may always put people’s right to housing in danger. For this very reason, it is a necessity to look for alternative financing models for housing as affordability would decrease the potential risks that people may face in the cases of global crises. Therefore, this project aims at working on alternative financing models in order to find the most proper and the best models for creating affordable housing systems. As housing becomes affordable the society will be resilient against potential global risks.

Intern: 
Murat Ucoglu
Faculty Supervisor: 
Roger Keil
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Ontario
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