Every person / identity has the right to a safe and comfortable accommodation in oneself and in the world.
Every childlike and adult human being must be able to think, feel and function safe in themselves and in the house where he or she lives in, without risks of being overshadowed by others.
Every adult has the right to own property, from the age of 18.
A house comprises at least a living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and shed.
The local, national and international government / UN is, as a by the citizens designated service provider, responsible that everyone has a roof over his head.
Homeless people has to provided immediately with suitable accommodation [see 4.2.2/2, Edward T. Hall].
In the absence of housing the government must intervene quickly and adequet with fast-finished houses, converting vacant industrial spaces, etc.
The government / UN periodically takes stock of the amount of housing and a prognosis of the expected increase or decrease in housing demand. At this is taken into account both rent and for sale houses, as well as type of house and living needs of the occupants.
Buy and rent costs are settled on the basis of size, facilities and location. Everyone can rent a house based on need [rent-to-measure]. Increase in prices will only take place on the basis of inflation correction, improved facilities and environment. By reducing of the value of the house and / or environment, an interim price reduction takes place. For the lower incomes a discount based on income is calculated. The social housing will be abolished.
Renting a house is considered as a buy-share and as such recorded. The tenant may as wished temporarily or periodically pay off more and faster. After full payment, administration and maintenance costs will be charged by the landlord. These can also be repaid in monthly installments. In premature move the tenant gets the already paid rent back, minus the administration and maintenance costs.