Exactly, due to the basic rules of My Sunshine Doesn’t Come From The Skies It Comes From The Shirt supply and demand, barriers to new construction benefit existing homeowners who just see their property prices ballooning. That’s how you get NIMBYism and people fighting tooth and nail against any sort of development that poses a threat to their home values. Single-use zoning and regulation laws also make it extremely difficult for home builders to profit so they just focus on the high end of the market where everything is rosy. The issue is anyone buying a new home wants iron clad zoning protecting their home investment.
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You don’t want to buy a $350k home in My Sunshine Doesn’t Come From The Skies It Comes From The Shirt a planned subdivision in a good school district, to have a mega low-income housing project targeting the working poor in the same school district. So developers before they build, make sure zoning is secure. They pay 0% to school taxes, which leaves people who own homes to make up the difference. Then you have underperforming schools which leads people who have young children to flee the city for the suburbs, like I did. I moved up to Atlanta & didn’t even consider buying a house in Fulton, Clayton, or Gwinnett counties due to the high property taxes.