Author Topic: Observations from the front lines of the Irvine housing market…  (Read 249373 times)

Offline Compressed-Village

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The only way to make housing more affordable is to increase supply.  You do that by encouraging development and density and discouraging holding of vacant/undeveloped property.

So, reduce zoning restrictions and tax land value.

Not really Fed/Congress policies. It has to happen at the state and local level.

Right, you are correct that it has to happen at the state and local level.

Then you have these Not In My Backyard folks. Too much traffics residents throw up their hands and signs with too much building and polutions.

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