How much would rents go up if Columbus landed Amazon’s HQ2?

When you think about another 50,000 jobs showing up in a city, it's likely to mean a surge in demand for housing options. But that's going to hit each market differently, according to Zillow, which analyzed the prospective impact the tech giant's $5 billion second headquarters could have on each of the finalist cities.

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