Hannah Dolores plays outside her home at the Lakeview Mobile Home Park in Chapel Hill. Mobile homes are one of the largest, non-subsidized forms of affordable housing. But residents are being evicted nationwide, largely because even if they own the home, they don’t own the land, and property values are rising.
Hannah Dolores plays outside her home at the Lakeview Mobile Home Park in Chapel Hill. Mobile homes are one of the largest, non-subsidized forms of affordable housing. But residents are being evicted nationwide, largely because even if they own the home, they don’t own the land, and property values are rising. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com
Hannah Dolores plays outside her home at the Lakeview Mobile Home Park in Chapel Hill. Mobile homes are one of the largest, non-subsidized forms of affordable housing. But residents are being evicted nationwide, largely because even if they own the home, they don’t own the land, and property values are rising. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com

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