This paper analyzes the social housing strategies implemented after the 2016 and 2017 earthquakes that struck the central Italian Apennines. The analysis of the legislation that determines the effects of the measures implemented shows how the choices made by the institutions in charge have favored the processes of displacement and simultaneously generated opportunities for the inactive real estate market. Finally, the case of Tolentino is considered as paradigmatic respect to the housing parabola of vulnerable groups affected by the socio-natural disaster.
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