wat0n wrote:Please show that landlords are not legally responsible for the maintenance of their property.
So you are no longer arguing that government built housing will have as many defects as buildings built by private developers for sale.
Instead, you are now arguing that landlords have an obligation to maintain their property.
I will concede the latter. I assume you concede that government built housing tends tobe of higher quality.
Given the reading comprehension you've shown ITT, I doubt one can trust whatever nonsense you think you've read
Have a good one!
People do not trust me. Instead, my construction project work is overseen by many eyes, totalling decades of experience.
I have previously explained to you the economic incentives that differ between a builder who also must pay for maintenance and repair and a builder who can offload costs on to a subsequent buyer. I even alluded to it in this thread.
I also explained why the NYC story does not show that government built projects are built as badly as private homes.
Please address either of these arguments.