Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: For-Rent-(real-estate)

ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTS2RE4M
October 16, 2019
A board advertising apartments for sale or rent is displayed at a real estate agency in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A board advertising apartments for sale or rent is displayed at a real estate agency in Buenos Aires
A board advertising apartments for sale or rent is displayed at a real estate agency in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 15, 2019. Picture taken October 15, 2019. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
SWISS-PROPERTY/
RTS215RI
September 13, 2018
Signs "for rent" and "for sale" are seen on a real estate development in the outskirts of Martigny, Switzerland,...
MARTIGNY, Switzerland
Signs "for rent" and "for sale" are seen on a real estate development in the outskirts of Martigny
Signs "for rent" and "for sale" are seen on a real estate development in the outskirts of Martigny, Switzerland, August 30, 2018. Picture taken August 30, 2018. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
USA-VIRGINISLANDS/CRISIS
RTS1A1TD
August 02, 2017
People look at photographs of real estate for sale and rent in Christiansted, on the outskirts of St...
Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands
People look at photographs of real estate for sale and rent in Christiansted
People look at photographs of real estate for sale and rent in Christiansted, on the outskirts of St Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
CHINA-HOUSING/
RTX2CVVR
May 04, 2016
Li Guoqiang talks on his phone outside his house at Guangfuli neighbourhood, in Shanghai, China, April...
Shanghai, China
The Wider Image: Shanghai's nail naighbourhood
Li Guoqiang talks on his phone outside his house at Guangfuli neighbourhood, in Shanghai, China, April 1, 2016. Li, 38, is a deliveryman who rents a place at Guangfuli. In a corner of Shanghai, surrounded by a cement wall, lies one of the world's most valuable fields of debris and garbage. On paper, the Guangfuli neighbourhood is a real estate investor's dream: a plot in the middle of one of the world's most expensive and fast-rising property markets. But the reality is more like a developer's nightmare, thanks to hundreds of people living there who have refused to budge from their ramshackle homes for nearly 16 years as the local authority sought to clear the land for new construction. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "GUANGFULI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-HOUSING/
RTX2CVVP
May 04, 2016
Jiang Wei cooks dinner outside a six-square-meter house he rents with a friend, at Guangfuli neighbourhood...
Shanghai, China
The Wider Image: Shanghai's nail naighbourhood
Jiang Wei cooks dinner outside a six-square-meter house he rents with a friend, at Guangfuli neighbourhood in Shanghai, China, March 28, 2016. Jiang and his friend rent the house with a monthly rent of 450 yuan for two years. In a corner of Shanghai, surrounded by a cement wall, lies one of the world's most valuable fields of debris and garbage. On paper, the Guangfuli neighbourhood is a real estate investor's dream: a plot in the middle of one of the world's most expensive and fast-rising property markets. But the reality is more like a developer's nightmare, thanks to hundreds of people living there who have refused to budge from their ramshackle homes for nearly 16 years as the local authority sought to clear the land for new construction. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "GUANGFULI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR4VEGH
March 30, 2015
A sales attendant (2nd L) at a watch and jewelry store waits for customers next to a shop for rent at...
Hong Kong, China
A sales attendant (2nd L) at a watch and jewelry store waits for customers next to a shop for rent at...
A sales attendant (2nd L) at a watch and jewelry store waits for customers next to a shop for rent at Causeway Bay shopping district in Hong Kong March 26, 2015. A drop in Chinese tourist numbers is driving down shop rentals in Hong Kong, with vacancies increasing in the same prime areas that just three years ago pipped New York's Fifth Avenue to become the world's most expensive retail real estate. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
AUSTRALIA RESOURCES/IMPAC
RTR4S9F2
March 06, 2015
A man walks past a "For Lease" sign on display outside a building in the Western Australian capital city...
Perth, Australia
A man walks past a "For Lease" sign on display outside a building in the Western Australian capital city...
A man walks past a "For Lease" sign on display outside a building in the Western Australian capital city of Perth March 5, 2015. Across the country, people are falling victim to downsizing. Jobs, once plentiful and well paid, are scarce. Real estate prices in boom towns are sinking and even the notoriously high coffee prices in mining capital Perth have levelled off at under $4. Prices of iron ore and coal, the country's two biggest export earners, have plunged during the last two years amid falling demand from China, in the wake of its economic slowdown. Picture taken March 5, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
NORTH DAKOTA-APARTMENTS/
RTR4RQ1K
March 02, 2015
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming...
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming pool and other amenities February 27, 2015. It is getting cheaper to rent an apartment in North Dakota's oil patch. Prices, which only last year rivaled levels in New York City and Geneva, have slipped about 15 to 20 percent in the past two months as dozens of new apartment buildings opened in Williston, Watford City and other oil hub cities. Growth in demand has slipped because the plunge in crude oil prices has led to cuts in capital spending by energy producers. There are still about 1,800 energy-related jobs unfilled in the No. 2 U.S. oil-producing state, and there is still demand for apartments. But the accommodation shortage is nothing like it was when the state's oil boom began six years ago. As new developments start leasing, tenants are able to negotiate lower rents. Picture taken February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT ENERGY)
NORTH DAKOTA-APARTMENTS/
RTR4RQ18
March 02, 2015
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming...
Construction continues on an apartment building in Williston, North Dakota, set to contain a swimming pool and other amenities February 27, 2015. It is getting cheaper to rent an apartment in North Dakota's oil patch. Prices, which only last year rivaled levels in New York City and Geneva, have slipped about 15 to 20 percent in the past two months as dozens of new apartment buildings opened in Williston, Watford City and other oil hub cities. Growth in demand has slipped because the plunge in crude oil prices has led to cuts in capital spending by energy producers. There are still about 1,800 energy-related jobs unfilled in the No. 2 U.S. oil-producing state, and there is still demand for apartments. But the accommodation shortage is nothing like it was when the state's oil boom began six years ago. As new developments start leasing, tenants are able to negotiate lower rents. Picture taken February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT ENERGY)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R56P
February 25, 2015
Araceli Munoz Montoya screams at Spanish police as they carry out the eviction of her niece Emilia Montoya...
Madrid, Spain
Munoz Montoya screams at Spanish police as they carry out the eviction of her niece Montoya Vazquez by...
Araceli Munoz Montoya screams at Spanish police as they carry out the eviction of her niece Emilia Montoya Vazquez by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya Vazquez shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R56I
February 25, 2015
A welded door blocks the entrance to Emilia Montoya Vazquez's former home after her family's eviction...
Madrid, Spain
Welded door blocks the entrance to Montoya Vazquez's former home after her family's eviction in Madrid...
A welded door blocks the entrance to Emilia Montoya Vazquez's former home after her family's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R55Y
February 25, 2015
A combination photo shows Spanish riot police entering the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces...
Madrid, Spain
Combination photo shows Spanish riot police entering the apartment of Montoya Vazquez past pieces of...
A combination photo shows Spanish riot police entering the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture after breaking down the entrance door to carry out her family's eviction (top-bottom) by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R556
February 25, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Emilia...
Madrid, Spain
Montoya Vazquez's daughter-in-law Santa Navarro, her husband and two of their three children react as...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Emilia Montoya Vazquez's daughter-in-law Maria Santa Navarro (R), her husband and two of their three children react as they look at the welded door blocking the entrance to their former home after getting evicted by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R54T
February 25, 2015
Emilia Montoya Vazquez carries her belongings after being evicted from her home by the Municipal Housing...
Madrid, Spain
Montoya Vazquez carries her belongings after being evicted from her home by the Municipal Housing and...
Emilia Montoya Vazquez carries her belongings after being evicted from her home by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R54F
February 25, 2015
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R) is comforted by Rosario Echevarria Pedrezuela, who was evicted from her home...
Madrid, Spain
Montoya Vazquez is comforted by Echevarria Pedrezuela, who was evicted from her home last week, after...
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R) is comforted by Rosario Echevarria Pedrezuela, who was evicted from her home last week, after Montoya's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R547
February 25, 2015
A woman looks from her window as Spanish riot police block the street to carry out the eviction of Emilia...
Madrid, Spain
Woman looks from her window as Spanish riot police block the street to carry out the eviction of Montoya...
A woman looks from her window as Spanish riot police block the street to carry out the eviction of Emilia Montoya Vazquez by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R53G
February 25, 2015
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up and by...
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up and by breaking down the door, to carry out her family's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R53B
February 25, 2015
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up against...
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up against the door to carry out her family's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R52P
February 25, 2015
Anti-eviction activists place furniture by the entrance door to the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists place furniture by the entrance door to the apartment of Montoya Vazquez while...
Anti-eviction activists place furniture by the entrance door to the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez while waiting for the police to carry out her family's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4R52O
February 25, 2015
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up against...
Spanish riot police enter the apartment of Emilia Montoya Vazquez past pieces of furniture stacked up against the door to carry out her family's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 25, 2015. Montoya shared the flat where she had been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros ($522) per month which they get from the state, as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros ($3407). Their eviction was carried out despite the efforts of anti-eviction activists, who blocked the main entrance door with furniture. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-BUDGET/
RTR4R1C1
February 25, 2015
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for HK$1,800 ($230) per month in Hong Kong February 15,...
Hong Kong, China
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for $230 per month in Hong Kong
A man rests in his cage home, which he rents for HK$1,800 ($230) per month in Hong Kong February 15, 2015. Hong Kong is expected to unveil measures to support low-income families and boost the city's labour market in its annual budget on February 25, although an uncertain economic outlook makes bold new initiatives unlikely. Picture taken February 15. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4QFBI
February 20, 2015
The wedding picture of Vanesa Vargas Pardo and her husband Ramon de la Rosa Santiago is seen underneath...
Madrid, Spain
The wedding picture of Vanesa Vargas Pardo and her husband Ramon de la Rosa Santiago is seen underneath...
The wedding picture of Vanesa Vargas Pardo and her husband Ramon de la Rosa Santiago is seen underneath a TV showing footage of an eviction carried out just hours before as the young couple awaits for the judicial commission to carry out their own eviction in Madrid February 20, 2015. Both Vargas and her husband Ramon de la Rosa Santiago, who are the parents of two young children, are unemployed and live on a disability allowance of 367 euros and a state benefit of 211 euros per month. Unable to afford rent, they resorted to occupying a flat owned by Sareb bank eight months ago. Since their eviction was postponed, the family will try to negotiate with the bank to pay low rent for it. The words read ?The drama of evictions. The Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH) estimates that there were 70,000 more evictions in 2014, 5.7 percent more than in 2013?. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4QF9L
February 20, 2015
Vanesa Vargas Pardo, 20, prepares to leave her home after her family's eviction was postponed in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
Vanesa Vargas Pardo, 20, prepares to leave her home after her family's eviction was postponed in Madrid...
Vanesa Vargas Pardo, 20, prepares to leave her home after her family's eviction was postponed in Madrid February 20, 2015. Both Vargas and her husband Ramon de la Rosa Santiago, who are the parents of two young children, are unemployed and live on a disability allowance of 367 euros and a state benefit of 211 euros per month. Unable to afford rent, they resorted to occupying a flat owned by Sareb bank eight months ago. Since their eviction was postponed, the family will try to negotiate with the bank to pay low rent for it. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4P63M
February 11, 2015
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R), her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial...
Madrid, Spain
Emilia Montoya Vazquez, her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial commission...
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R), her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial commission to carry out Emilia's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 11, 2015. Montoya shares the flat where she has been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros per month which they get from the state as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros. Their eviction was finally postponed until February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-EVICTION/
RTR4P63B
February 11, 2015
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R), her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial...
Madrid, Spain
Emilia Montoya Vazquez, her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial commission...
Emilia Montoya Vazquez (R), her sister Angela and her six-month-old niece Ruth wait for the judicial commission to carry out Emilia's eviction by the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in Madrid February 11, 2015. Montoya shares the flat where she has been living for the last 16 years with her son, his wife and their three children. All the adults in the household are unemployed and they live on the 460 euros per month which they get from the state as well as the occasional odd job. The family fell behind with the rent payments and accumulated a debt of 3000 euros. Their eviction was finally postponed until February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OIH8
February 06, 2015
A Bible is pictured in a room of the home of Rafaela Santiago, 53, and her son Rafael Romero, 18, before...
Madrid, Spain
A Bible is pictured in a room of the home of Rafaela Santiago and her son Rafael Romero before they learned...
A Bible is pictured in a room of the home of Rafaela Santiago, 53, and her son Rafael Romero, 18, before they learned that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OIH4
February 06, 2015
A member of the judicial commission leaves escorted by policemen after suspending the eviction of Rafaela...
Madrid, Spain
A member of the judicial commission leaves escorted by policemen after suspending the eviction of Rafaela...
A member of the judicial commission leaves escorted by policemen after suspending the eviction of Rafaela Santiago, 53, and her son Rafael Romero, 18, from their home in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OIG1
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, her son Rafael Romero (L), 18, and an anti-eviction activist walk towards the...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago, her son Rafael Romero and an anti-eviction activist walk towards the judicial commission...
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, her son Rafael Romero (L), 18, and an anti-eviction activist walk towards the judicial commission before learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI67
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero (L), 18, are congratulated by an anti-eviction activist...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago and her son Rafael Romero are congratulated by an anti-eviction activist after learning...
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero (L), 18, are congratulated by an anti-eviction activist after learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI47
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, is comforted by her son Rafael Romero, 18, before learning that the eviction...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago is comforted by her son Rafael Romero before learning that the eviction from their apartment...
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, is comforted by her son Rafael Romero, 18, before learning that the eviction from their apartment had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI3X
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero, 18, wait inside their home before learning that...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago and her son Rafael Romero wait inside their home before learning that their eviction...
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero, 18, wait inside their home before learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI3C
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, reacts before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been suspended...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago reacts before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been suspended in Madrid...
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, reacts before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son Rafael Romero, 18, have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI34
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, is comforted by an anti-eviction activist before learning that her eviction...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago is comforted by an anti-eviction activist before learning that her eviction from her...
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, is comforted by an anti-eviction activist before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son Rafael Romero, 18, have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI2D
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, talks to public social workers in front of her son Rafael Romero, 18, before...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago talks to public social workers in front of her son Rafael Romero before learning that...
Rafaela Santiago (C), 53, talks to public social workers in front of her son Rafael Romero, 18, before learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI24
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (L), 53, waits next to a neighbour before learning that her eviction from her apartment...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago waits next to a neighbour before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been...
Rafaela Santiago (L), 53, waits next to a neighbour before learning that her eviction from her apartment had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son Rafael Romero, 18, have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4OI1Z
February 06, 2015
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero (C), 18, listen to public social workers before learning...
Madrid, Spain
Rafaela Santiago and her son Rafael Romero listen to public social workers before learning that their...
Rafaela Santiago (R), 53, and her son Rafael Romero (C), 18, listen to public social workers before learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid February 6, 2015. Santiago and her son have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for almost six years. Santiago, who is currently unemployed, and her son live on a shared total of 462 Euros in monthly subsidy. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations for a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMU9
January 23, 2015
Cecilia Paredes is helped into a social welfare vehicle after being evicted from her apartment in Madrid,...
Madrid, Spain
Paredes is helped into a social welfare vehicle after being evicted from her apartment in Madrid
Cecilia Paredes is helped into a social welfare vehicle after being evicted from her apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month-old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMSS
January 23, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

A...
Madrid, Spain
A woman holding a child walks past riot police as a family is being evicted from their apartment in Madrid...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

A woman holding a child walks past riot police as a family is being evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMSM
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists carry mattresses after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists carry mattresses after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid
Anti-eviction activists carry mattresses after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMS9
January 23, 2015
An anti-eviction activist reacts after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23,...
Madrid, Spain
An anti-eviction activist reacts after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid
An anti-eviction activist reacts after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMRN
January 23, 2015
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family...
Madrid, Spain
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family...
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMR3
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists cry after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015....
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists cry after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid,
Anti-eviction activists cry after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMQW
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans and hold one-month-old son Dilan after his family was evicted from...
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMPL
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans after a family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and one-month old Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMPA
January 23, 2015
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot policemen as she holds one-month-old boy Dilan after his family...
Madrid, Spain
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot police as she holds one-month-old son Dilan after his family...
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot policemen as she holds one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMOV
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted...
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMMM
January 23, 2015
Cecilia Paredes (C), 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova (L), 35, and their one-month-old son Dilan sit inside...
Madrid, Spain
Paredes, her husband Ruilova, and their one-month-old son Dilan sit inside a social welfare vehicle after...
Cecilia Paredes (C), 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova (L), 35, and their one-month-old son Dilan sit inside a social welfare vehicle after the family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Paredes, Ruilova, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMLH
January 23, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Cecilia...
Madrid, Spain
Paredes holds her one-month-old son Dilan in front of riot policemen after her family was evicted from...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Cecilia Paredes, 43, holds her one-month-old son Dilan in front of riot policemen after her family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Paredes, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMKC
January 23, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Cecilia...
Madrid, Spain
Paredes holds her one-month-old son Dilan in front of riot policemen after her family was evicted from...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Cecilia Paredes, 43, holds her one-month-old son Dilan in front of riot policemen after her family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Paredes, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M7HU
January 20, 2015
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M7HO
January 20, 2015
A supporter of Airbnb holds a sign during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating...
New York, UNITED STATES
A supporter of Airbnb holds a sign during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating...
A supporter of Airbnb holds a sign during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M6A4
January 20, 2015
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the...
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M68Z
January 20, 2015
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the...
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M68E
January 20, 2015
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
Supporters of Airbnb stand during a rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M67S
January 20, 2015
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
USA-PROTEST/
RTR4M66Q
January 20, 2015
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing...
Opponents of Airbnb rally before a hearing called "Short Term Rentals: Stimulating the Economy or Destabilizing Neighborhoods?" at City Hall in New York January 20, 2015. Airbnb is a website for people to rent out lodging with over 800,000 listings in 33,000 cities and 192 countries. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GP92
December 04, 2014
ATTENTION EDITORS - SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN...
Madrid, Spain
Pablo Meliton, 39, his wife Damaris Varela, 36, and their daughter Diana, 2, celebrate and show their...
ATTENTION EDITORS - SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

Pablo Meliton (L), 39, his wife Damaris Varela (C), 36, and their daughter Diana, 2, celebrate and show their gratitude to anti-eviction activists and neighbours outside their home after learning that their eviction had been suspended in Madrid, December 4, 2014. The family has been living in the rented flat for about 18 months. Bankia bank wanted to evict the family because the owner of the flat stopped paying the mortgage. The eviction was suspended due to ongoing negotiations with the bank. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GG6L
December 02, 2014
Melchorita Garcia, who is at risk of being evicted from her home by the end of the year, cries as she...
Madrid, Spain
Melchorita Garcia cries as she watches how Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias is told that his eviction has...
Melchorita Garcia, who is at risk of being evicted from her home by the end of the year, cries as she watches how Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias, 44, (not pictured) is told that his eviction has been temporarily suspended in Madrid December 2, 2014. Giraldo Zacarias, a former landscape worker for 28 years, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in 2011, when he became unemployed. His apartment, where he lives with his son after he separated from his wife, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company that raised the monthly rent by almost two hundred euros, Giraldo says. Their eviction was postponed until January 9, 2015 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GG6J
December 02, 2014
Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias (C), 44, and anti-eviction activists wait for the judicial commission to...
Madrid, Spain
Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias and anti-eviction activists wait for the judicial commission to carry out...
Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias (C), 44, and anti-eviction activists wait for the judicial commission to carry out his eviction in Madrid December 2, 2014. Giraldo Zacarias, a former landscape worker for 28 years, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in 2011, when he became unemployed. His apartment, where he lives with his son after he separated from his wife, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company that raised the monthly rent by almost two hundred euros, Giraldo says.Their eviction was postponed until January 9, 2015 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GG6E
December 02, 2014
"This is my house" is seen written above a drawing by Christopher Anthony Giraldo Villavicencio, 12,...
Madrid, Spain
"This is my house" is seen written above a drawing by Christopher, 12, as he and his father wait for...
"This is my house" is seen written above a drawing by Christopher Anthony Giraldo Villavicencio, 12, as he and his father, Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias, 44, wait for the judicial comission to carry out their eviction in Madrid December 2, 2014. Giraldo Zacarias, a former landscape worker for 28 years, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in 2011, when he became unemployed. His apartment, where he lives with his son after he separated from his wife, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company that raised the monthly rent by almost two hundred euros, Giraldo says. Their eviction was postponed until January 9, 2015 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH). REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 9