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That's exactly why I've been cautioning both here and elsewhere (https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ali-...ndoning-new-activity-6757740615326285824-07SY) that celebrating the "drop in vacancy rate from 6.14% to 5.52%" is likely a false flag since the real vacancy rate is likely substantially higher than that.Too many vacant apartments with no one to rent them. Adding more vacancy through eviction most likely would worsen the situation we've already been dealing with. I currently have 85% of a particular rental listings portfolio "unlisted" through strategic advertising and converting so what everyone sees on Streeteasy is not the whole picture!! Unless we've already reached a saturation point where going to 100000 vacancies won't change anything, but I doubt that would be the case.