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        Hungary’s construction sector at full steam

        Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

        A pro-government columnist comments on the exceptional expansion of the construction sector, and praises the government for boosting the economy. He adds that Hungarian growth may be sturdy enough to continue even if the country gets less EU funding. READ MORE

        Calling for government intervention in the housing market

        Monday, March 11th, 2019

        In the leading online liberal media outlet, an economist calls for the government’s intervention in the real estate market to make housing more affordable. He proposes that the government restricts short-term rentals and bans foreign investors from investing in real estate. READ MORE

        Ócsa FX debtors relief housing scheme rebranded

        Saturday, January 18th, 2014

        Népszabadság thinks the government should have known that the Ócsa project was doomed to failure from the very start and should not have taken the hasty decision of building a large compound in the middle of nowhere. READ MORE

        Social housing or ghettos?

        Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

        Left-wing commentators fear that the government’s latest housing scheme will produce a suburban ghetto. The Ministry of Interior has announced plans to build new homes for families who can no longer service their debts. The first houses are to be built in a small municipality 30 kilometres from Budapest. READ MORE