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This ground-breaking work employs survey data and in-depth interviews to compile a detailed picture of landlords and tenants in developing countries. Focusing on Mexico the authors examine the state's housing policy, with its clear bias towards increasing home ownership, and explores the possibilities of improving the quality and increasing the stock of rented accommodation in the developing World.
Introduction 1. Research Strategy and a Brief Guide to Mexico 2. Residential Tenure in Urban Mexico Since 1940 3. Mexican Housing Policy 4. Urban Development and the Housing Market in Guadalajara and Puebla 5. Residential Tenure : Choice or Constraint 6. Landlords and the Economics of Landlordism 7. Landlord-Tenant Relations 8. The Future of Renting: Policy Options Notes Bibliography Index
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