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Fixing Germany's housing crisis is neither quick nor easy

In Berlin, it is renown that the constellation of competing demands, population growth, slow construction and consistently unaffordable housing compared to the average Berlin earner's salary casts long shadows on the local housing and rental market. Amidst long-established tenants' movement and associations, and the September 2021 referendum on the expropriation of large real estate companies, it is clear that quick, easy fixes do not exist and this article for Deutsche Welle, written by William Noah Glucroft, explores the intertwined, entangled causes behing Berlin housing crisis.