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Filtering is "a nice idea" but not even a theory esp. when a location is desirable enough to attract new speculative development at premium prices. Increasing supply has not created more affordable housing in any popular area here 9or in other cities). This ssems to be based on the pattern of development from central cities that was happening up until a couple decades ago.

by Rich on Jan 28, 2013 12:33 pm • linkreport

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