Housing affordability in Turkey: A Calculation Integrating Income Inequality



Housing affordability in Turkey: A Calculation Integrating Income Inequality
Özdemir, Özlem (2011-04-01)
Housing affordability of different income groups in turkey: regional comparison
Aksoy, Esma; Özdemir Sarı, Özgül Burcu; Department of City and Regional Planning (2017)
Housing affordability has been a major topic of interest both for researchers and policy makers in many countries. However, in the Turkish case, research on housing affordability is scarce. The problem of housing has usually been considered as a quantitative deficiency problem in Turkey, and for many decades any other dimension of the problem is neglected. Increasing the housing stock in numbers has always been given priority by the Turkish governments. This tendency to support new housing production has co...
Housing affordability problem and a computer aided affordability analysis concerning the low income groups in Turkey
Karabay, Işıl; Balamir, Murat; Department of City Planning (1993)
Housing finance in Turkey : The Role of Housing Loans Extended by Commercial Banks
Aydın, Şadiye; Şengül, Hüseyin Tarık; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2006)
With the 1980s, as a result of economic and financial deregulation policies, housing finance systems in most countries have had great transformations and have become market-oriented. Recently, in Turkey, a draft law was submitted to the parliament which can be regarded as an attempt to integrate housing finance to capital markets through the establishment of secondary market for housing loans extended by commercial banks. In this thesis, it is aimed to evaluate the role of housing loans extended by commerci...
Housing question in Turkey and the development of the housing design process.
Öztürkcan, Nahit; Department of Architecture (1980)
Citation Formats
Ö. Özdemir, “Housing affordability in Turkey: A Calculation Integrating Income Inequality,” 2010, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/76366.