Not Enough Houses To Go Around
The state of the housing market today produces something of a paradox. There is not enough house building happening. Houses are in huge demand. Houses are fetching previously unimaginably high prices, but not enough are being built, when it would seem that builders should be making fortunes, and they’re obviously not.
It doesn’t seem to add up to making sense out of a supply and demand free market situation, perhaps a look at house building in recent history might help.
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