04.04.2012 - A plan for São Paulo housing crisis
São Paulo is launching a new effort to provide housing for its estimated three million residents living in shantytowns, tenements and on dangerous hillsides in a plan that borrows heavily from the New York's real-estate industry's experience in affordable housing. After consulting with New York officials and real-estate executives, the São Paulo government is preparing to test a relatively foreign concept in Brazil's low-income housing market: rents...............................................Full Article: Source
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