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This sounds like a job for RVs. And mobile homes and containerized shelters. Maybe not for displaced local residents, but it certainly seems that anyone who is going to be importing workers for the reconstruction would favor bringing in temporary housing to paying vastly inflated rates for what local housing is left standing.
Ok, this both just ironic, but also, to my mind, instructive. Uber and Lyft have provided very large subsidies to their riders. That this was the example that came to you strikes me as interesting, as one of things I think people actually tend to dismiss around here is that many problems tend to be hard to solve. Chesterton put that fence up for a reason, darn it.
Building more units per land area reduces total cost cheaper but the cost of construction per unit rises as the height of the building rises when you build on sandy soil in earthquake country which undoubtly was part of how the $750,000 per unit cost was reached. 2b1af7f3a8