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The latest Northern Ireland Housing Bulletin shows that there has been a significant increase of 15% in the number of households experiencing homelessness.

One of the headline statistics of the Bulletin, which covers the period of 1 January 2013 to 31 March 2013, is the 15% (652) increase in the number of households presenting as homeless to the Housing Executive, compared to the previous quarter.

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Cat Song is a second-year law student from Fordham University School of Law in New York, NY.  She is currently working at Housing Rights Service as a legal research intern studying comparative housing law in the different UK jurisdictions.   

In her final article for Housing Rights Service, Cat explains how social housing works in the US.  

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Social Tenancies, Opinion

The Housing Executive has just launched its latest Review and Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Housing Market for 2013 – 2016. The document looks at the prospects for the local housing market against a backdrop of what is happening in the economy and population changes.

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Private Tenancies, Social Tenancies

New figures released today (14 August 2013) by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme Northern Ireland show that local tenants are paying higher deposits than previously estimated.

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Affordability, Private Tenancies

Paddy Gray is Professor of Housing in the School of the Built Environment of the University of Ulster. He is an established academic and is a leading authority on housing in the UK and Ireland. Below he describes what he would ask for if granted three wishes by the Housing Genie.

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Housing Genie, Opinion