Salt Lake County has 'tight' apartment vacancy rate, report says

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  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Sept. 24, 2013 5:46 a.m.

    I don't see how SLC can be called representative of housing or rental conditions in the state or county since the majority of SLC population is mobilized illegal aliens getting support from the state and federal governemnt HUD paying over 80% of the cost of an apartment and the utilities. Why should the Mexican nationals move out of an opulent lifestyle and spend their own welfare funds and undeclared income on apartment out side the downtown?

    And the states economy is so recovered why are children moving back home with their parents and mooching off their requirement income life's work? There's something wrong and smells fishy, economy risen from despair and poverty and people can't buy homes or rent apartments and persoanl debt is out of control again trying to be middle class spenders.

    AS long as HUD is subsidized 80% or rental cost there is not going to be a change in the lifestyle of the poverty and well paid welfare workers.

    Some how the news media and governemnt is missing the correlation of cost and welfare socialism with cost of governemnt operations spending.