A) An increase in the demand for housing, followed by a decrease in the supply of housing.
B) An increase in rents, perhaps followed later by an increase in the supply of housing.
C) A decrease in rents and a decrease in the supply of housing.
D) No change in rents, since price controls are usually set where supply and demand intersect.
E) A decrease in the demand for housing, followed by a decrease in the supply of
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