I do think there are more than two ways to address escalating housing costs in popular urban…
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Are there particular policies you are referring to? (genuinely curious) I know in the US we have some financial regulations making jt harder to get financing for houses that have been recently purchased in order to prevent flipping. But I've never heard of using zoning in order to reduce appreciation by speculation and am knee-jerkingly skeptical that such rules wouldn't further exacerbate a housing shortage by stymying overall development. But as a liberal person in one of those expensive coastal cities with a housing crisis, I'd love to hear about communities making that sort of thing work!

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