A Review of Urban Rental Housing Regulations in Pakistan and Lessons from Practices in Developed World
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Abid Rehman: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:92, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
This knowledge brief aims to initiate discussion on developing vibrant rental markets by reviewing the rental housing regulation in Pakistan and learn the lessons from best practices from the developed world. As such, an effective and comprehensive rental housing policy is missing for mega cities of Pakistan. In the first step, this study analyzed the current demand for rental housing along with growth trends in demand in the megacities of Pakistan. In the second part, an overview of the basic framework of regulations, regulatory authorities, and enforcement capabilities is provided. From a policy perspective, it helps to understand the loopholes in the existing regulation that are hurdles to developing vibrant rental markets in urban areas of Pakistan.
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