This is only an idea.
It’s not a well thought-out plan,
in any well-thought-out-plan sense,
and it doesn’t smack of erudition in any way.
But I’ll go with it, anyway.
It does let a foot in the door of right direction.
That said, what if we were to allow
little chunks of residential lots,
even forty-or-so feet square,
to be surveyed and sold off
as residential real-estate
properties in their own right,
as places to put that little cabin
or two-storey, slightly-more-than-cabin thing?
It’s just an idea.
But you get the idea.
Eventually, we as a society have to get rid of rent.
Without rent, people couldn’t flip real estate,
fueling artificial and insane price increases.
Basically, they would no longer have renters to pay mortgages for them.
One argument put to me
against such an idea was
the additional burden on our public-works infrastructures:
water, sewage, additional traffic, and whatever else.
We can weigh that in our minds,
perhaps even explore it a bit further,
but we could also weigh this other idea—
Now there’s a concept.