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shouln't the profits and dividends being made during a buidling boom help make sure that we aren't leaving people behind?

hell yes! if realtors/developers/speculators can flip and churn our town's buildings, driving up the cost of local housing for their short-term profit, the city ought at least to get 3% of the sale price, just like the buying and selling realtors do. after all, the city puts a lot more work into the maintenance of our vibrant city than realtors put into staging a living room.

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