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The Brussels Capital Region sees to it that the housing supply is qualitative. Bearing in mind the constant rise in rents, it is vital that all Brussels inhabitants have access to good quality housing.

In addition to the laws stipulating the rights and duties of tenants and owners, many measures help ensure that all inhabitants of Brussels are able to live in good conditions. The portal about housing in the Brussels-Capital Region provides information on these laws and measures.

An intergenerational approach to housing

The association 1Toit2âgesExternal link offers intergenerational housing solutions by matching older people and families with students looking for accommodation.
This approach offers benefits to both parties. The householders or families get some help around the house, companionship and some extra income, while students can find affordable and friendly accommodation.

Offering tourist accommodation in Brussels

Should you wish to provide accommodation in the Brussels Capital Region to people travelling for business or personal reasons, you will need to meet certain conditions.
For more details, see the portal on economy and employment in the Brussels-Capital Region.

More information

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