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Shacking up is good

Wow, awesome news.

Thousands of apartments need to be replaced so they bring higher revenues and better accommodations (“Thousands of aging rental flats at risk: Study,” The Leader, April 26).

I was worried that developers would try to force me to sell my shack, but it looks like there are thousands of apartment complexes and apartments that are easier pickings.

Living in a shack is cost-effective in these troubled times.

 

Peter Price

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