[Some cities] argue that neighborhoods can hit a tipping point at which the number of renters pushes down housing values, decreases property upkeep, and negatively affects community involvement. But opponents say there hasn’t been much study of those assumptions, and limiting rentals creates its own problems.

[Some cities] argue that neighborhoods can hit a tipping point at which the number of renters pushes down housing values, decreases property upkeep, and negatively affects community involvement. But opponents say there hasn’t been much study of those assumptions, and limiting rentals creates its own problems.

Source: thefiscaltimes.com