What is it about?

Hybrid forms of housing tenure can help make affordable housing within reach for the many who are unable to purchase housing or save enough leasing as a tenant.

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Why is it important?

Too often we focus on homeownership and rental tenures as the only ways to access housing. This article illustrates the merits of intermediate forms of housing tenure.


The grawee (گروي) mortgage system in urban Afghanistan, under explored both in popular media as well as academic literature, exemplifies the potential for hybrid tenure solutions to expand access to affordable housing.

Executive Director Christopher Feather
Kalamu Consulting

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This page is a summary of: Between homeownership and rental housing: exploring the potential for hybrid tenure solutions, International Journal of Housing Policy, October 2018, Taylor & Francis,
DOI: 10.1080/19491247.2018.1520543.
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