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Strategies & Market Trends : The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding

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From: Elroy Jetson5/14/2024 3:11:22 PM
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Los Angeles County has 3.3% fewer residents than the ten million living here in 2019.

Yet it's claimed this population reduction, with the addition of 2.5 million new homes, condos and apartments since 2019, has somehow created a housing shortage with nearly three-quarters of renters and those younger than 35 have given consideration to moving out of L.A. About 37% of homeowners and 26% of those 65 or older have also considered moving, the poll found.

Apparently our work of discouraging people from living in Los Angeles is not yet finished.

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