Experts Say Rent Control Doesn’t Work, and Homeownership Won’t Keep Falling

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August 14, 2015

Zillow surveyed a panel of experts, who project home values to be up 4.1 percent year-over-year on average by the end of 2015.

Additionally, the panel expects U.S. homeownership to rise a little bit to 63.7 percent over the next five years as rents increase. Most of the panelists agree that rent control policies are “government intrusions into the marketplace that, however well-intentioned, always create more problems than they solve.”

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