April 28, 2012

A Housing Crisis Goes Global

Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail

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“It used to be easy for a young couple to find a place to live. But this new generation is coming of age without access to decent housing. Even if they get a good job, they’re priced out of the market, forced to live as adults with their parents, or settle with cramped living conditions.”

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