I feel like Inglewood is moving from a business that brings everything to customers, to just people who walk around like he's changing, I'm not afraid of that.
I only fear for other people who cannot change with him. I think this is just the beginning of gentrification, and they're going where I don't think everyone is.
It should have a balance between personal and community interests. I think we should put people above profit, and what we saw here at Englewood is the complete opposite: your profit over people.
They are not suitable for England because this is the type of food we would say we should go to the mall.
For now that feeling. England is getting old.
The situation changes every day, they work on a different street, on different utility poles that didn't work then, on different potholes.
Perhaps 10-15 years ago I saw apartments that are much more beautiful than those around them.
I've seen old stores being demolished and new stories emerging like breaches.
It makes me feel like they don't need us with the news about the stadium and all the other plans they are carrying out.
We weren't interesting, we weren't, you know, we were just one more. A low-income community where they haven't invested as much, but now it's more for profit. It's good if it's more about our own communities, improving and attracting other businesses.
But it looks like they're only going to eat a salad, so Inglewood. Looking at the gentrification phase, we see how many developers are buying houses and generally selling them at higher margins. The problem is, this is displacing Englewood's low-income residents, traditionally people who have lived there for many decades.
Well a lot of developers moved in and started repairing and selling them for maybe seven or eight hundred thousand.
I think in the next five or ten years you will see houses, and you will see houses that will sell for a million dollars when you see that sound.
As in Torrance, the corporation started buying single-family homes and they started buying multi-unit apartments, whether they were small duplexes or triplexes, or large apartments with 20, 30, 40, 50 minutes.
And they were the ones who were going to raise the rent.
Now when I talk about rent increases, I don't mean three percent here: here at five percent, I mean rent inflations, there is a difference when the landlord increases his rent by a small percentage over his rent. demanding a raise is so high that you can no longer pay. The rental is no longer available.
Many corporations, these corporate owners, saw this as an opportunity to earn millions and, in some cases, billions of dollars in a community that no one wanted to invest in.
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