(..Continued from February 2018 issue of ADM…)

…single-storey homes are increasingly being converted to double-storey homes across high-rental yield areas. City authorities need to bring this trend to a tipping point, which will result in effective localised wealth redistribution, create an economic pillow to support pinched homeowners with very little new infrastructure or regulatory processes, which closes the gap on housing shortfall across the economic spectrum.

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