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# As the housing affordability gap widens, middle-income

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As the housing affordability gap widens, middle-income [#permalink]

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09 Jan 2005, 21:44
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As the housing affordability gap widens, middle-income families are especially hard-hit, and these families can no longer qualify to buy homes, and rising rental rates force them to use far more than the standard 25 percent of their incomes for housing, leaving them with no equity or tax write-offs to offset the expenditures.

(A) and these families can no longer qualify to buy homes, and
(B) since these families can no longer afford to buy homes, furthermore
(C) for these families can no longer afford to buy homes, yet
(D) and these families can no longer afford to buy homes, yet
(E) and these families can no longer afford to buy homes, for

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Re: SC - as the housing [#permalink]

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10 Jan 2005, 00:28
As the housing affordability gap widens, middle-income families are especially hard-hit, and these families can no longer qualify to buy homes, and rising rental rates force them to use far more than the standard 25 percent of their incomes for housing, leaving them with no equity or tax write-offs to offset the expenditures.

(A) and these families can no longer qualify to buy homes, and
(B) since these families can no longer afford to buy homes, furthermore
(C) for these families can no longer afford to buy homes, yet
(D) and these families can no longer afford to buy homes, yet
(E) and these families can no longer afford to buy homes, for

I go with C, this one has been discussed... Can't find it but i know this one was discussed

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10 Jan 2005, 05:07

Thanks.

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10 Jan 2005, 09:33
ssumitsh wrote:

Thanks.

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... 5662#75662

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11 Jan 2005, 09:39
patrickpui wrote:
what is the OA?

The OA is discussed in the link I posted.......

I will let the creator of the thread post the OA in here if they choose to.

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