How do different national and local housing policies across Europe correlate with the number of evictions over time?
For example, in January 2020, before Covid-19, Spain reached the number of more than 1 million evictions since the number started to rise in 2008 with the financial crisis, https://www.lavanguardia.com/vida/20200128/473194883396/espana-supera-el-millon-de-desahucios-desde-2018-segun-la-pah.html
Also in Spain, the news agency Europa Press keeps an updated database on evictions: https://www.epdata.es/datos/desahucios-estadisticas-datos-hoy-graficos-cgpj/230/espana/106
Are there any similar data platforms focused on or devoted to evictions in other countries? Or any other ways to get official data on evictions during the last years?
If so, it would be very interesting to compare how different policies and changes in policies since --for instance-- the financial crisis of 2007-08 correlate with the number of evictions in several European countries.
Because policies are not the only factor behind the number of evictions, one can also look at other data sources:
The chapter on the "European Index of Housnig Exclusion" of FEANTSA's 2020 Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe has useful compilations of data about:
Housing costs and expenses,
housing quality and quality of life,
social factors worsening housing difficulties,
public housing policies;
and for close-ups about Greece, Spain, Denmark and Romania.
OECD's Affordable Housing Database: https://www.oecd.org/social/affordable-housing-database/