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The goal of ensuring that all people have access to adequate housing depends largely on striking a balance between the type of housing required and the type of housing produced in a given context. In many contexts, for various reasons, including rapid urban growth, lack of development of the construction sector, demographic changes, or the pace of construction and adaptation of existing housing, among others, housing production is not sufficient to meet the needs of the population, resulting in the emergence of slums, substandard housing, the proliferation of inadequate housing, or the phenomenon of empty housing. Other elements that have become increasingly relevant in recent years, such as issues related to climate change, gender, or the pandemic, have demonstrated the inadequacy of existing and built housing about the current needs.

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