Nine out of every ten people living in a municipality that has a shortage of housing, according to the Board. Housing market are most at risk are young people, adults and new arrivals. However, even older people who want to move from a condominium to a slightly less hard time to find anything available.
So, how should the housing shortage be solved? The ever-present topic of offers different answers. One option that has been framlyfts is a growing delningsekonomin.
(SBC) has been a recent report looked at how English bostadsrättsägare today's flexible living space and share the space with the neighbors.
it appears that there are few who are in favour of shared accommodation. The vast majority (86 per cent) do not want to share their accommodation with others. Among those who are willing to share areas of the apartment offers a tv-room at the top, which is five per cent, it stated.
and Of this number, however, is twice as high; one in ten members out of the common room with the others.
at the same time, more than one-half to be able to think out of the instruments (54%), and the gymredskap (50%) of their neighbors to it in the future.
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information technology manager at SBC. She is of the opinion that the distinction in the survey between the members and non-members is of the greatest interest.
"I think it may be due to the fact that members often recognize several of the association and, therefore, are more open to sharing things," she says.
" It will be interesting to follow this development. I believe that the housing crisis may force people to think in new ways and change their attitude. And, I think, in fact, that digital availability will make a difference.
Helena Klåvus, IT manager at Sveriges Bostadsrättscentrum ab. Photo credit: Picture
The state of the public inquiry, as of 2016, explored the delningsekonomins the different aspects of it. It found, among other things, that uncertainty is a reason as to why people refrain from sharing services; professional counterparts preferred to employ or deal with private individuals.
in the department of urban and regional planning, and environment at the Royal Institute of technology (KTH), and was a special investigator with the state investigation, and has long conducted research on the delningsekonomi.
She points out that it is important to keep in mind on how in the context of benämnar a different place.
"If, for example, says, ”the quiet room”, ”study room” or the ”showers”, where people are usually very willing to share it," she says.
Karin Bradley, assistant professor in the department of urban and regional planning, and environment at the royal institute of technology. Photo credit: Picture
the People are the least likely to share the most private, the bathrooms and the kitchen are therefore usually removed, according to Karin Bradley.
" we need to make it clear what the joint surface, can provide improved surfaces and a reduction in the cost of the private place.
" we need to think about what a shared, collective space can be. For example, one can mention: the festrumslokaler, a quiet room, rooms are available for larger bikes, leveransrum, a community garden with the potential to grow, " says Karin Bradley.
In a survey conducted by Nordea as from 2017, it was revealed that a similar percentage are not using online sharing services on the ground: ”It is not clear what to do if something goes wrong. I don't feel entirely safe”. The total reported for 17% of the swedes that they are, in a way or another, were involved in the delningsekonomin, an increase of seven percentage points from the year 2015.
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