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1.1.2. House facility

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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.