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by Kevin Schofield

The “long reading” this weekend is a discussion of what happens to rental prices when developers build new apartments at market prices.

In recent years there has been a heated discussion among economists and housing experts about what happens when new, market-driven living space is built in a neighborhood: Are rents rising or falling in neighboring houses? There are two schools of thought for this.

Continue reading Weekend Long Reads: What Drives Housing Costs?

Demand EffectFeaturedGentrificationResidentialResidential AffordabilityApartment PricesMarket Price HousingRentsSupply EffectUCLA’s Lewis Center for Regional Policy StudiesWeekend Long Reads

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