I would fundamentally disagree that most policies benefit some and hurt others. If only economically you probably have a bit more of a point, but even then that's too much a blanket generalization imo. And when you look at it holistically and not purely through the economic prism, it's certainly untrue. Especially in times of crisis, "fairness" shouldn't even be on the radar is the point I'm making. "Can this help stop our ship from sinking?" "How does it compare to other ideas/policy when it comes to saving our ship from sinking vis a vis the cost vs effectiveness?" Those are the ONLY questions worth asking in a dire situation. Home ownership rates I believe have increased in the U.S. over the past 4 years, haven't they? I could be wrong but I thought I saw something saying that year over year since 2015 or 2016 they've trended up every year. I'd assume they're still lower than the peak around '05 or '06 or whatever, but that's understandable given what happened.