Social housing is housing that is owned by the community rather than by private interests. They are non-profit and are subsidized by the state, which exercises some oversight over their operation.
It is an alternative to the private rental market. Social housing makes it possible to provide housing at lower rents, thus meeting the needs of low and modest-income households.
Social housing is divided into three main categories: low-rent housing (HLM), housing cooperatives, and non-profit housing organizations (NPOs).
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