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What has caused the global housing crisis - and how can we fix it?

An estimated 3 billion people will need access to adequate housing by 2030. Image: Unsplash/Maximillian Conacher

Victoria Masterson

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Most countries have seen housing costs grow faster than incomes. Image: IMF

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Many states in the US have housing shortages. Image: Moody’s Analytics

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