I'm not sure the reason for forcing addresses other than perhaps that most addresses should not need it and letting someone new do it invites a random person to come in here and rearrange all of the addresses if they wanted to. With the addresses being "hidden" from normal view when editing, it's not easy to see when something is messed up. Of course, someone could just go through deleting addresses to basically the same effect, so I'm not really sure why there is the restriction. But with basically everything, your rank determines what abilities you have, so there aren't exceptions. Having exceptions means programming the system to allow roles to be set for individuals instead of ranks and that's more work to maintain. Maybe they'll consider dropping address forcing to a lower rank at some point, but I don't see them allowing for exceptions.
The best option is to just work on other edits in the meantime to get your rank up and to show that you can edit correctly and then apply for Area Manager if you want to more quickly reach rank 3. That still means getting around 5000 edits to show that you know what you're doing, though.
I can't imagine that every street has that problem with 2 sets of numbers making most addresses forced, so you should be able to find streets that aren't like that as well as doing other edits. It takes time to generate the edits, but every edit makes Waze better.
A quick scan of Loudoun county shows a lot of work needed done on the roads themselves. I see multiple streets with Unknown direction, multiple soft turns that need fixed, "roads" that aren't really there and need deleted, roads that don't match the aerials, extra junction nodes on road segments that aren't needed, etc. Just the quick scan shows probably 500-1000 points or more in just a small area that you could earn. Work on a larger area in the county and you could easily gain a fair amount of points without too much effort. It won't take long to get to level 3 that way.
Michigan - Northern LP.
Waze running on Samsung Galaxy S3.