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Death of owner occupation would herald dawn of an enlightened era

Today, every trend that ever flourished in the hundred years from 1900 is being deconstructed, reconstructed and tuned to fit new conditions. The only exceptions are trends that have become so ingrained into our way of thinking that we no longer recognise them for what they are.One such trend is owner occupation.

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