62%
Yes
38%
No
62%
Yes
38%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9NF7Y8N from California answered…3wks3W

Yes but only to maintain rate ranges based on local wages, public resources and allows for reasonable profits to owners.

 @9L4Z23B  from Pennsylvania answered…1mo1MO

 @9MKWNW4 from Illinois answered…1mo1MO

There needs to be a fair balance between rent prices and the local cost of living. Rent control may not be the best option.

 @9PQX4KD from Minnesota answered…15hrs15H

in some situations i'd see it as depending on the landlord to put it at a price , then depending how much then he/she would have to pay a fee to the government.

 @9PQLZJ3 from Texas answered…19hrs19H

Yes, but the program needs to be expanded to mitigate possible downsides such as reduced incentives for property maintenance, decreased housing supply, and market inefficiencies.

 @9PQJDDY from Oregon answered…21hrs21H

No, there are too many variables such as locale, homeowners net worth, and quality of housing that determines a fair charge of rent

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