Reinvestment decisions and rehabilitation in housing

Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu
Housing has many functions for households and society besides being a major economic resource for countries. To ignore the declining asset values or losses from the stock may have negative results for the overall economy and households.


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Ö. B. Özdemir Sarı, “Reinvestment decisions and rehabilitation in housing,” Coimbra, Portekiz, 2002, p. 1927, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: