One sure-fire way to keep pace with the red-hot demand for housing in the Conejo and Las Virgenes valleys is to build more homes. But achieving equilibrium in the never-ending tug of war of supply versus demand is easier said than done.
City planners can set the stage for home construction with land use decisions and zoning changes that make it conducive for builders to build, but they can never control the end price for the new houses—and the mortgages and rents that are ultimately paid by occu...
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