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Old 2017-09-26, 17:58   #2
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Can you supply some (fake) data and a small sample of what the outcome of the adjustments might look like? Are there other considerations other than rooms designed for sleeping (like total floor space, appliances provided, income levels of the occupants, number and type of bodies dwelling within, etc.)?

I suspect that you can define the variables and then seek to cluster those that share the same factors, then proceed to the adjustments. I would use looking at median and mean functions along with standard deviations to examine the groups and set the numbers.

This might be an iterative process over 2 or 3 rent increase periods.

Edit:
Does the local or national "poverty level" of income or "living wage" play into this? Taking that into consideration might also be worthwhile.

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