The Tenancy Law Reform Act of 2001 and the Risk Perception of Residential Real Estate Investments
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Rent controls are popular public policy measures around the globe, which can be observed in many countries, like the United States, different European countries, as well as Canada, India, or Japan (Arnott, 2003; Olsen, 1998; Turner & Malpezzi, 2003). They represent a common tool of policy makers to influence unfavoured market developments or to achieve social goals, like lowering the rent level of the poor or restraining rapid rent and price increases and to avoid the creation of bubbles.
KeywordsReal Estate Risk Perception Rent Control Rental Income Rent Increase
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