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The Dangers of High Housing Rents

Positive Future #210 (Feature photo – Apartments – CCA SA 2.0 Generic) It is not unusual for many high-end cities to have a stream of workers drive into town in the morning to wait, work and serve those living there. At night, the stream of workers goes out of town. Now, in California, as wealthier folks seek to occupy the places where the workers were, landlords are paying tenants to move out. Los Angeles, along with 15 other California cities has what is called rent control regulations. In essence, rent control regulations limit the amount rent can be raised, particularly helpful for longer-term tenants. The issue is that landlords want…

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Tight Housing Market – Makes it Tougher to Get a Food Garden

Touch the Soil News #993 (Feature photo – The American House – public domain) A food garden in the future may become one of the more valuable and appreciated assets homeowners can have. The challenge has become quite competitive and basic when it comes to just having a home. A recent article on CURBED reports that homebuyers in America face the most competitive market in recorded history. Causes are identified as an insufficient inventory of homes for sell in a market where there are more buyers than homes available. You can read the full report here which is quite interesting: https://www.curbed.com/2018/4/16/17244210/mortgage-buying-a-house-starter-home-competitive-market Want More? – Sign up below Special Deals Ahead…Sign…

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