I have been a property "owner" for 20 plus years- and owned beautiful homes that I have doubled the value of with my husband- as he did his day job and I basically made the home what it was- beautiful and desirable to buyers. I also raised 3 children, did the bookkeeping, investigating, painting,decorating, listing, etc... and we double our profits- but then D Day came. He "Mid-Lifed" on me and basically lost his sense of reason.... his loss- but I paid too, emotionally, financially and how people see me once they see that I have to rent at around 1000 or less a month. The issue I am have is with your statement is how you classified "Low Income Renters" and that" they have decreased the quality of your life in Porto Vista". Please, please do NOT equate a lower income individual (especially when things have happened to them in life that are beyond their control and they lose all they have worked for-) Believe me NO ONE is immune. It can happen to anyone- even your job, your money, your investments... the strength of security that they offer you or anyone is like a protective wall, but, in your imagination alone. I was one that had it all and in ONE day became one who barely had a thin, and was so crushed that I couldn't even get through a entire work day without breaking down into tears. Which made it even harder to pay rent. I was lost and afraid, but didn't lose my sense of cleanliness or taste or intellect. I can make a 750 dollar rental (a month) clean and classy to where the most distinguished of guests feel at home. In fact, I know A LOT of wealthier people who are basically slobs. Money and income does not create a better person, neither morally, nor in any other aspect of life. Financial inequality is just another form of prejudice and being familiar with both sides I can speak with accuracy and experience.