This article on the return of another housing crisis has the ingredients of the rising cost of houses combined with the the increase of a COVID-stricken population. This population is both physically debilitated and more poverty stricken. The article is made more vivid by a personal example. If one is lucky enough to have a mortgage and is contemplating moving, the choices for the Yankee population are to pay more for the same amount of space or get less space for the same amount of money. There is no real shortage of housing. There is just the inability of the population to pay what the real estate industry wants for them.
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