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Real estate crisis: "Access to employment is hindered by access to housing"

2023-11-29T05:18:40.260Z

Highlights: Medium-sized cities such as Mulhouse, Orléans and Rouen are easiest to get a permanent contract and buy a home. Pierre Madec, an economist at the French Economic Observatory (OFCE), believes that the housing crisis poses a threat to the future of the country. He explains how difficulties in home ownership and the rental market could have serious consequences in terms of economic activity and the job market. "Access to employment is hindered by access to housing", says Madec.


Pierre Madec, an economist at the French Economic Observatory (OFCE), believes that the housing crisis poses a threat to the future of the country.


According to a study by Meilleurtaux and Meteojob, it is in medium-sized cities such as Mulhouse, Orléans and Rouen that it is easiest to get a permanent contract and buy a home. Pierre Madec, a professor at Sciences-Po Paris and a specialist in real estate, explains how difficulties in home ownership and the rental market could have serious consequences in terms of economic activity and the job market.

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Source: leparis

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