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RV Living Grows as Latest Consequence of Housing Crisis

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Zillow has page after page of homes for sale in the greater(?) Mudland area under $100,000 (and many of those are under $75,000), and this is by no means the low end of the US real estate market.

 

The crisis is the shortage of people who are willing to move to an area they can afford.

 

 

Edited by cv91915

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I've seen the results of this myself.  I live in my RV for fun, so I can travel around and enjoy different places.  There are certain areas where I can't find a place to camp because the RV parks have so many full-time residents.

 

I've seen the situation get noticeably worse over the past few years.

Edited by nemo

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On 2/26/2020 at 6:27 PM, cv91915 said:

Zillow has page after page of homes for sale in the greater(?) Mudland area under $100,000 (and many of those are under $75,000), and this is by no means the low end of the US real estate market.

 

The crisis is the shortage of people who are willing to move to an area they can afford.

Agreed, with this one counterpoint: How's the employment and labor market in Mudland area?

 

Where I once lived somewhere in the vicinity of Peoria, IL - I could get a nice house for under $50K but I'd have to drive 60 miles one way to go to work.

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6 hours ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

Agreed, with this one counterpoint: How's the employment and labor market in Mudland area?

 

Where I once lived somewhere in the vicinity of Peoria, IL - I could get a nice house for under $50K but I'd have to drive 60 miles one way to go to work.

This place is growing like crazy.  

 

And the Zillow search I mentioned only included homes within the city limits.

 

Granted, they aren't in our ZIP code.  😛 

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