Protected housing has become a topic of debate. The Spanish Constitution collects in article 47 the right to a decent housing. And it says literally that "the public authorities will promote the necessary conditions and will establish the pertinent norms to realize this right, regulating the use of the land in agreement with the general interest to prevent the speculation".
To comply with this constitutional right, so difficult in the practice of satisfying, protected housing emerges with all sense. This type of housing is the one that has a more affordable price than the one in the free housing market. Its destination is the population sectors that present greater difficulties to be able to access a floor. However, the most common and favored formula for public administrations is the property. Time has shown abuses of all kinds.
Misuse of protected housing
In urban areas where protected housing is comparatively cheaper than free housing is where scandals often arise. The mere fact that buyers meet rental conditions at the time of purchase and then substantially improve is in itself an injustice, as they maintain ownership. That when it is disqualified to sell it at the price of free also reveals itself as an unhealthy speculation with the money of all. Not to mention black money, which appears in numerous sales. You get to see everything: ad hoc divorces to adjust to the income limits of the family unit, reforms, luxury lives, promotions with pool among their common areas ... the picaresque knows no limits.
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