Las rentas están augmento en todo Arizona, como en todo el país, pero Tucson, antes visto como tranquilo y barato, ha tenido un auge muy penoso - y con rentas subiendo, la gentrificación está empujando a la gente fuera de sus barrios que antes estaban económicos. Read more»
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