Housing policy has undergone substantial and rapid change in Europe and other countries in the developed world. The post-socialist transition in Hungary also placed on the agenda such fundamental issues of transformation of the housing sector as the role of the state and the market or the extent and nature of subsidy. The article reviews experiences abroad in the last decade, highlighting and examining in the light of data the problems of principle and practice that Hungary must likewise resolve in the near future.
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