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So the market works fine for lower income people but not for "expensive submarkets"?

That's not what I said at all.

Let me try and re-phrase. Market mechanisms work, they happen right now. Supply and demand meet at a given quantity and price. This will happen whether the market is working efficiently or not.

My point is simple: constraints on supply mean that the market is not operating efficiently. Our current housing market is not efficient at all.

by Alex B. on Dec 19, 2012 2:52 pm • linkreport

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