Saturday, 22 July 2017


Building more houses didn't bring lower prices.
Here's what happened in Ireland.
IRELAND: Housebuilding quadrupled, AND SO DID PRICES!
Supply and demand. You can’t buck the market. So increasing supply is always a good way to hold down prices in the market, isn’t it? 

So why won’t the call to “build more houses”, even if heeded, result in more affordable homes? Because the housing market is not normal. It needs fixing, but Government has no real intention of bringing down house-prices. Maybe saying ‘building more homes will fix it’ is a dodge to avoid mentioning the real  solution. 

That seemed to be the idea behind the latest Government Paper on Fixing Our Broken Housing Market[1].     
MONOPOLY WAS INVENTED TO SHOW THE BENEFITS OF LAND VALUE TAX
Next time you play add in a 1% Land Tax to be shared equally!

Find out more on this link

https://aeon.co/ideas/monopoly-was-invented-to-demonstrate-the-evils-of-capitalism