The thesis is oriented on analysis of housing problematics amongst young people in Slovenia. For better understanding, the following concepts are explained: theoretical definition of housing and the role, which this definition presents to young people, orientation of legislation, functionality of housing policy and its institutions. In the continuation the goal is to show the situation on real estate market, with emphasis on possibility of young people to solve their accommodation.
After analyzing statistical data, graphic display is made for more vivid presentation. In the research part of the thesis, the goal is to research and display good practice of housing problematics in other countries. This practice covers the area of government financing, non-profit apartments and apartment rent limitation. The goal is to determine the ways, which would enable implementation of these good practices into Slovenian economy.
Findings in the thesis will certainly confirm, that in fact there is a housing problem in Slovenia. Much more so, when it comes to young people as a part of a more vulnerable social group. Contributing to this fact is the big difference between young people's income and the prices on the real estate market. Next factor is non-existent housing strategy and overall lack of interest from the Slovenian government.
Overall value of the thesis is expressed in introduction of many solutions and good practices, with which our government could improve the overall state of Slovenian real estate situation with examples from other EU countries. Besides this, the thesis is additionally raising awareness about the housing issue, which is for certain amongst the most critical ones in society.