I hate the phrase "historically low supply of housing" used in the context of explaining the US housing situation
The problem is capitalism, not something material like "supply"
- There are ~15 million vacant houses in the US
- There are ~553 thousand people without shelter on a given night in the US
The difference in those numbers is huge; the solution simple
Articles that make this claim will even link to this data
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