Ägarlägenheter i miljonprogramsområden : - Ur ett förvaltningsperspektiv

Detta är en Master-uppsats från KTH/Fastigheter och byggande

Sammanfattning: Abstract In November 2011 the Swedish Government announced that they were conducting an investigation to examine what impact the conversion of existing rental stock to condominiums could have on the development of the Million programme areas. The proposal of converting rental stocks to condominiums aims to help people living in these neighbourhoods to private ownership, while still allowing people who want to continue to rent their homes to do that. This thesis intends to investigate the effects of the proposed reform from a management perspective.   The maintenance of the areas built during the Million Programme gets more neglected every year that passes. The majority of the housing stock is rental properties and extensive renovation of the surface layer, tribes and public spaces are essential in all Million programme areas studied. By transforming a portion of the housing stock into condominiums and by improve the living environment through renovations, these areas would be able to gets more attractive. The majority of property owners, municipalities and experts interviewed in this study indicate that they are curious about the possibility to transform a portion of the existing stock into condominiums.   The survey also indicates that a prerequisite for the proposed reform to have the desired effect is that the management rules must be reviewed. Established property owners have both the experience and knowledge of property management and in interviews they all express the desire to act as an organizer for the management of joint facilities, although the condominium owners own some of the homes. The legislation must also meet the condominium holders' rights and they must be able to influence the decisions of an economic nature. The author's recommendations after the study is that the materiality requirement of § 5 AL should be developed and be able to apply when management decisions of the common facilities are made. The provision should be permissive, and should only apply where the shareholders of the joint facilities can’t agree. The key is that the long-term financial management decisions are made in a fair manner that serves both individual and collective interests.

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