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April 06, 2005

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Economic theory is easy in the absence of social policy.

Unfortunately developers over the past century have always built rental housing for the top end of the market to maximize their profits regardless of whether or not there was a demand for it, leaving a shortage of affordable housing.

The Canadian case in support of it is made at Rent Controls

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