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How do I understand this sentence? Is this sentence connected to the previous sentence, like "we are not necessarily seeing that the vacancy rates kind of..."?


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This sentence is a little odd. You are correct on how this sentence is connected to the previous sentence, "So, we're not necessarily seeing that- the-the drop: vacancy rates kind of increasing, and then, um, for the prices to come down." She says that under normal circumstances (without a pandemic), you see an increase in rent prices, and then you will see those prices come down eventually. I think she is struggling to put her thoughts out into words, which may be why it's a little confusing to understand.

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