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The form asks for: (1) annual rental amount, (2) size of the house in m2; and (3) annual rental price per m2. 2. (...) This form has two data entry sheets: for houses and appartments BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Item Name Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 15-35 35-60 20-40 40-60 160-380 380-650 220-430 430-650 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m 2 150 Annual rent per m 2 133 ExampleDATA ENTRY Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Item Name Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 15-35 35-60 20-40 40-60 160-380 380-650 220-430 430-650 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.101 11.04.11.1.01.102 11.04.11.1.01.103 11.04.11.1.01.104 Studio apartment, 15-35 m2 Studio apartment, 35-60 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 20-40 m2 One-bedroom apartment, 40-60 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m 2 150 Annual rent per m 2 133 ExampleDATA ENTRY Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing The information to be completed for each type of dwelling is as follows: 1. annual rental price (average) 2. size of the house in m2 (average) 3. annual rental price per m2 DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing Information is requested on different types of dwellings, which must include the listed facilities The rental price excludes the costs associated with furniture, maintenance services, water, energy and gas supply; and any subsidy DATA FORM: RENTALS Note that dwellings differ in size (m2 / square feet) and there is a range for each type of dwelling e.g. (...) BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing DATA FORM: RENTALS BH Name BH Code 11.04.11.1 Item Code 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Item Name Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Number of units 1 1 1 1 Unit of measurement Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Annual rent (national average) Dwelling size (usable surface) in m 2 50-80 80-120 120-180 180-240 540-850 850-1300 1300-1950 1950-2600 Dwelling facilities include Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Electricity line; inside water (cold and hot); private toilet with water; private kitchen Rent excludes Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Furniture; materials and services for maintenance; energy supply (such as water, electricity, gas and other fuels); subsidies from government or employers Specify Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 Dwelling size; Annual rent per m 2 11.04.11.1.01.111 11.04.11.1.01.112 11.04.11.1.01.113 11.04.11.1.01.114 Attached house (row house), 50-80 m2 Attached house (row house), 80-120 m2 Attached house (row house), 120-180 m2 Attached house (row house), 180-240 m2 Annual rent 20,000 Dwelling Size (usable surface) in m2 150 Annual rent per m2 133 DATA ENTRY Example Dwelling size (usable surface) in approximate sqft Actual rentals for housing 1.
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Score: 1593980.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...housing-rental-survey-form.pdf
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What is rental housing? Who produces it? Formal rental housing market: Formal rental housing can be produced by developers, contractors or investors within the private sector, or by small land-owners or individuals building small apartment buildings or a few rental units to supplement their income. (...) Investing in rental housing may not be as attractive to private-sector businesses and public sector agencies as it once was. (...) This kind of sub-letting via seng happens all the time in slums, in small private housing rentals, in public social housing projects and in commercial housing rentals, but it’s often done without any legal basis.
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Score: 1545304 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...0option%20for%20the%20poor.pdf
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Official statistics also do not capture the numbers of informal rentals in cities, where landlords make private arrange- ments with tenants. (...) Nobody invests in rental housing. In- vesting in rental housing may not be as attractive to private sector businesses and public sector agencies as it once was. (...) Policy makers, savings collectives and private sector finance institutions can help tenants to meet their rental costs by developing financial tools to protect landlords against loss of rental, while helping tenants to save money for regu- lar rental payments.
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Score: 1533151.2 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...er-files/Quick%20Guide%207.pdf
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Private rent assistance is usually provided as a one-off form of support and can include providing credit through bond loans, as well as rental grants, rental subsidies and payment of relocation expenses. (...) RESPONSE Background In Australia, mainstream public housing, community housing, state owned and managed Indigenous housing and Indigenous community housing are collectively referred to as ‘social housing’. Social housing is rental housing, distinguished from rental housing in the private market – referred to as private rental housing. (...) Through NRAS, the Federal Government is committed to stimulating the construction of up to 50,000 new homes and apartments, providing more affordable private rental properties for Australians and their families. 
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Score: 1491349.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ousingfinancing/Australia.docx
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Is your country promoting housing finance policies or programmes aiming to enable access to homeownership and/or affordable housing by the poorest segments of society, by providing credit through financial institution (public, private or quasi-private)? □ Establishment and operation of National Housing Fund o Purpose of establishment    - Secure stable housing supply to solve housing problems and improve a living environment of houseless people and low income people (law interest loan for housing construction and purchase) o Background    - Housing prices surged as demand for housing increased in cities due to rapid urbanization in the 1970~80s (...) Please also provide information on programmes or policies concerning construction or provision of public housing for sale or rental in the country (including privatization of public housing). (...) Please provide (in annex) any relevant document, laws, regulation or policies. □ Construction and supply of Bogeumjari Housing  o Background    - Bogeumjari Housing: diverse rental houses and small & medium-sized housing- for-sale customized for home buyers, which are supplied to secure residential welfare and to increase home ownership of houseless people  (Finances: general finances, National Housing Fund)  o Type of Bogeumjari Housing Type Key contents rental housing long-term rental housing permanent rent supplied to the lowest income people   (at 30% of the market price with financial support) national rent (30 years) mandatory rental period - 30 years, supplied at 60∼70% of the market price (differentiated rental fees according to income, flexible selection between monthly rent or lease) public rental housing 10-year installment transferred to housing-for-sale after 10 years of rent (Active welfare improvement) long-term lease (20 years) supplied as long-term lease (20 years) housing to provide diverse home opportunities (mostly in city centers) Housing-for-sale supplied as housing-for-sale at a low price (less than National Housing size) o Supply plan : 'Measures to revitalize housing supply and Bogeumjari Housing construction revitalization in urban areas’(2008.Sep.19) - The public sector will directly construct and supply 1.5 million Bogeumjari Housing units over the next 10 years to solve housing problems of houseless people and low income class   Bogeumjari Housing(1.5mil. units)   region Supply plan public rent (0.80mil. units) permanent rent 100,000 units ⇔ capital region (1 mil. units) in city center: 200,000 units (reconstruction, redevelopment, station area, etc.)  
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Score: 1475763.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...inancing/Republic_of_Korea.doc
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Dedicated financial measures will encourage the rental of dwellings and provide sanctions for landlords who do not rent their property. (...) The measure will increase interest (both the private and the public sectors) in investing in publicly-owned rental dwellings and will result in a greater supply of rental dwellings (and also in the legalisation of current undeclared tenancies). (...) Implementation of public-private partnership projects will be made easier and more effective.
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Score: 1473825.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex2.pdf
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1 4 1 Is your country promoting housing finance policies or programmes aiming to enable access to homeownership and/or other affordable housing by the poorest segments of society, by providing credit through financial institutions (public, private or quasi-private)? The State Housing Development Fund (SHDF) grants loans at favourable interest rates to natural persons that are both citizen and permanent resident of the Slovak Republic aged above 18. (...) Regional development banks (IDB, ADB (Asian), ADB (African), etc.) International private financial actors (commercial banks, investment funds, etc.) (...) Please also provide information on programmes or policies concerning construction or provision of public housing for sale or rental in the country (including privatization of public housing).
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Score: 1473324.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../Housingfinancing/Slovakia.RTF
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The cooperative and for limited-profit housing sector in Vienna with another 180.000 flats followed the public housing sector and Mayor Michael Ludwig and City Councillor Kathrin Gaal, responsible for housing, have since then appealed to the national government to protect tenants also in the private rental sector as this is a national competence. (...) Manchester City Government has recommended mortgage holidays where requested; 3 months period of no evictions; over 1 million extra claimants for benefits across public and private sector. https://coronavirus.wien.gv.at/site/in-corona-krise-14-000-beratungen-durch-wohnservice-wien/ https://coronavirus.wien.gv.at/site/in-corona-krise-14-000-beratungen-durch-wohnservice-wien/ 5 • Mobilization of private housing The Barcelona City Council has called on homeowners for tourist uses, who may see their activity reduced as a result of the pandemic, to incorporate them into the Barcelona Social Rental Program, to make these homes available to citizens at affordable prices. In Ljubljana there is a substitution of tourist apartments for medium and long-term rentals, which can contribute to facilitating access to housing at least in the short term. • Tax payment Bologna City Council has reduced and postponed the payment of fees for garbage collection until September, both for public and private housing.
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Score: 1471545.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...19/CivilSociety/EUROCITIES.pdf
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Considering that in the majority of cases people are looking for a dwelling for the first time, and are not trying to permanently address their housing need, the long-term target is the construction of rental dwellings, both public and private. This Programme envisages that the central role in the increase of the rental housing stock will be played by the Slovenian Housing Fund in cooperation with local communities; however, in providing rental housing for the elderly the Pension and Disability Insurance Real Estate Fund will continue to play its part. (...) This clearly shows that the current system of "disguised social benefits" in the form of "non-profit rents" must be abandoned and that the category of rental housing must be divided into public and private rental housing, and that cost-rent reflecting the real value of the dwelling must be gradually introduced. (...) The aim of the service is to act as an intermediary between the tenant and the landlord in the whole period of managing the rental dwelling. Private owners will have the possibility to transfer the management of their property to the service for the long or short term.
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Score: 1469310 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex1.pdf
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Also relevant are factors in the resettlement country, including: the structure of the housing sector, in particular, the extent of private home ownership and the mix of government and private sector involvement in the rental housing market. (...) Addressing possible objections to renting to resettled refugees Private renting agents may be reluctant to rent to resettled refugees because few resettled refugees have an established rental or employment record in the resettlement country. (...) Subsidies to meet the costs of housing Some countries offer rental subsidies and grants and refundable loans to meet the ‘up-front’ costs of private rental (e.g. rent in advance, bonds).
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Score: 1468759.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/handbook...-secure-and-affordable-housing
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