Below is a graphic from a USD publication that shows how many people might do something about high cost of housing here. Unfortunately, the majority of people polled probably weren’t the long-time homeowners who find it quite comfortable here and wouldn’t consider moving even if you gave them a couple of million dollars:

Many San Diegans are questioning if they can remain in San Diego County due to the lack affordable housing, inflation, and the related high cost of living. The housing crisis is forcing residents – including those who work in the nonprofit sector – to rethink staying in San Diego. Likewise, the high cost of living is increasing demand for nonprofit services as the need for basic support services grows. Inflation is driving upward pressure on wages while depressing the value of charitable gifts and assets, threatening the financial stability and strength of the nonprofit workforce.

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