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Offline BC_cheque

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Re: Work from home culture
« Reply #30 on: December 20, 2021, 05:38:15 pm »
Density is good. The problem is the lack of housing supply in said urban areas and retrograde housing and planning policies that artificially inflate values

"Spreading the population around" just means you drive up costs in previously affordable areas, continuing the cycle while promoting urban sprawl.

Ideally, there is a way to lower prices, but having witnessed the last 20 years I think all levels of government are happy allowing prices to inflate.

With the consideration that the status quo will continue to drive prices out of reach, I think it's good that people have the option to at least move to smaller cities and get into the market. When that happens, more business will be driven to those areas and wages will go up as industry takes hold.  But at least everything isn't saturated in one place. 
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