Title: The Low-Cost Rental Housing Market in Bangkok, 1987 (1989)
Article in: Habitat International, vol. 13, issue 3
Authors: Shlomo Angel, Parpis Amtapunth
First published: 1989
Overview: This pilot study of the low-cost rental housing market in Bangkok forms a part of a more general investigation by the Bangkok Land Management Study Team of the housing delivery system aimed at households earning below-median incomes in Bangkok at the present time. The other major components of this system, low-cost houses produced by the National Housing Authority (NHA) and the private sector and informal land subdivisions and slums, are the subject of other working papers in the study. This particular paper focuses on the low-cost rental housing market, limiting the investigation to rental units put on the market between 198.5 and 1987.