I am unsure what your own personal opinions are regards to the cost of property and rent.
I believe it is as clear as day to anyone with even the slightest understand of econommics that both are monstrously high.
The "end to the bad news" in relation to the oversupply was a point precisely about that
The point you put across was that rents were falling and the levelling of in supply should go some way to stabilising that.
I understand time constriants may cause you to mis-articulate but that is how it came across.
Neither rents going up 25% rapidly nor going down 25% rapidly is good news from an economic stability point of view
My point is rents are currently too high and a correction, slow or otherwise is a good development for the economy. Newstalks stance, and by default yours, was that falling rents are a bad thing.
Wages are stagant or falling, if people are to maintain disposable income than the main component of cost of living must fall.....accomodation.
I understand you are going out on a limb on newstalk but either you believe falling rents are bad or newstalk railroaded you into presenting that.