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Urban Heritages: How History and Housing Finance Matter to Housing Form and Homeownership Rates

Contemporary Western cities are not uniform, but display a variety of different housing forms and tenures, both between and within countries. We distinguish three general city types in this paper: low-rise, single-family dwelling cities where owner-occupation is the most prevalent tenure form;... Full description

1st Person: Blackwell, Timothy
Additional Persons: Kohl, Sebastian
Source: in: Urban Studies (2018), Vol. 55 (16), p. 3669-3688
Type of Publication: Article
Published: 2018
Keywords: built environment, finance/financialisation, history/heritage, housing, housing finance, urban history > 建成环境, 金融/金融化, 历史/遗产, 住房, 住房金融, 城市史
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