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Why the undocumented are a housing problem also. No reasonable person can deny that the undocumented are fighting for jobs with the American poor and lower middle class. But there also is a housing issue that's been mostly ignored. This from J. D. Vance.
"If you think about what it means to have 20 or 25 million undocumented illegal immigrants in a country, in a situation where we’re not building enough housing, that puts incredible pressure, you have way more buyers for way fewer homes, and that puts incredible pressure home buyers and people who just want to live a good life."
A 2017 study published in the Journal of Housing Economics found that “increases in immigration into a metropolitan statistical area are linked with rising rents and home prices in that metropolitan statistical area and neighboring metropolitan statistical areas.”
Most recently, the Center for Immigration Studies detailed in a report that some $2.1 billion paid by New Yorkers to newly arrived illegal aliens had ended up in the hands of landlords via rent and home purchases — a funneling of money that is likely widespread across major American cities.
Last year, Breitbart News analyzed home prices and rents in some of the nation’s largest cities where President Joe Biden’s administration is resettling border crossers and illegal aliens en masse. Ultimately, the data shows that as illegal immigration booms in a particular area, so do housing costs as residents face more competition.
Months ago, the New York Times admitted that rents and housing prices in Ontario, Canada, had recently surged as a result of mass immigration, where native Canadians have been forced to compete for housing against a growing foreign-born population.