Intersection of demand and supply curve determines equilibrium price and quantity.
Rent control is set below equilibrium price which means demand of apartments will be greater than the supply of apartments. It leads to shortage of apartments.
Suppose that in 2002 the market for rented apartments in Manhattan has the following supply and...
Question 8&9 Thanks!!! Multi-Part Question Suppose that in 2002 the market for rented apartments in Manhattan has the following supply and demand curves: Q: 4000-P QS1000+4P where P is the monthly rent. 1. What is the equilibrium price (rent) for an apartment? How many apartments are built and 2. Now suppose the government imposes rent control, ruling that rents may not rise above $500 3. What is the total deadweight loss (in dollars)? rented out What is the excess demand...
Questions 5-9 PLEASE! . In the absence of rent control, what would the equilibrium price and quantity be? What would be the increase from 2002 to 2003 in the quantity of housing supplied? Multi-Part Question Suppose that in 2002 the market for rented apartments in Manhattan has the following supply and demand curves: Q 4000-P QS- -1000 + 4P where P is the monthly rent. What is the equilibrium price (rent) for an apartment? How many apartments are built and...
18 Suppose that the demand and supply schedules for rental apartments in the city of Gotham are as given in the table below. Instructions: Enter your answers as whole numbers. a. What is the market equilibrium rental price per month and the market equilibrium number of apartments demanded and supplied? Market equilibrium rental price is: Market equilibrium quantity is: b. If the local government can enforce a rent-control law that sets the maximum monthly rent at $1,500, will there be...
5. Consider the market for one-bedroom apartments in a large city, suppose the demand and supply for apartments in this city are given by the following equations: Q = 70,000 – 60R Q = -32,000 + 110R Where R is the rental price of an apartment in this city measured in dollars, Q is the quantity of apartments demanded and the number of apartments landlords are willing to rent out in this city. i. Find the market rent and equilibrium...
Suppose that the demand and supply schedules for rental apartments In the city of Gotham are as given in the table below. Apartments Demanded Apartments Supplied 15,000 Monthly Rent 2.500 10,000 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 12,500 15,000 17.500 20,000 12,500 10,000 7.500 5,000 Instructions: Enter your answers as whole numbers a What is the market equilibrium rental price per month and the market equilibrium number of apartments demanded and supplied? Market equilibrium rental price is per month Market equilbtum quantity...
Effects of rent control Rent controls force landlords to price apartments below the equilibrium price level. An immediate effect is a shortage (excess demand) of apartments, because the quantity of apartments demanded is greater than the quantity supplied at the regulated price. When cities prevent landlords from charging market rents, which of the following are common long-run outcomes? Check all that apply. A) The quantity of available rental housing units falls. B) The future supply of rental housing units increases....
Suppose that the demand and supply schedules for rental apartments in the city of Gotham are as given in the table below. Instructions: Enter your answers as whole numbers. a. What is the market equilibrium rental price per month and the market equilibrium number of apartments demanded and supplied? Market equilibrium rental price is: Market equilibrium quantity is: b. If the local government can enforce a rent-control law that sets the maximum monthly rent at $1,500, will there...
Suppose that the market inverse demand and supply schedules for rental apartments in the city of Auckland are as given by the following equations: Demand: P = 2700 – 0.12QD Supply: P = –300 + 0.12QS What is the market equilibrium rental price per month and the market equilibrium number of apartments demanded and supplied? Show on graph If the local authority can enforce a rent-control law that sets the maximum monthly rent at $900, will there be a...
3. Effects of rent control Rent controls force landlords to price apartments below the equilibrium price level. An immediate effect is a shortage (excess demand) of apartments, because the quantity of apartments demanded is greater than the quantity supplied at the regulated price. When cities prevent landlords from charging market rents, which of the following are common long-run outcomes? Check all that apply. The quantity of available rental housing units fails. Landlords earn lower profits from renting housing units, but the rent charged has...
4. Effects of rent control Rent controls force landlords to price apartments below the equilibrium price level. An immediate effect is a shortage (excess demand) of apartments, because the quantity of apartments demanded is greater than the quantity supplied at the regulated price. When cities prevent landlords from charging market rents, which of the following are common long-run outcomes? Check all that apply. a) Efficient use of housing space results. b) The quantity of available rental housing units falls. c)...