Mobile Home Parks
A Stark Picture of the Climate Gap in the Coachella Valley
In the low desert of Southern California, dwindling water supplies and a lack of infrastructure funding pose major challenges for working-class communities struggling to survive.
Mobile Home Parks Becoming Unaffordable as Investors Buy Up Properties
Longtime residents of mobile home parks are seeing their land rents go up as corporate investors seek to increase profits, aided in part by federally-backed loans.
Fewer Places for Mobile Home Parks to Stay
Mobile home parks in Colorado provide another example of how a soaring real estate market displaces low-income communities.
Mobile Home Parks as Gentrification Flashpoints
The Iowa State Supreme Court recently sided with a resident of a mobile home park over the city of Des Moines, which had worked to shut the entire mobile home park down.
Sunday's Deadly Tornadoes a Reminder of the Risks of Mobile Homes
The effects of tornadoes like those that touched down in South Georgia on Sunday are exacerbated in areas where many residents live in mobile homes.
Eminent Domain for Preservation? It's Possible for Palo Alto Mobile Home Park
The city of Palo Alto, the county of Santa Clara, and the Housing Authority of Santa Clara County have joined forces to acquire the 4.5 acre Buena Vista Mobile Home Park, thus saving 117 low-income families from eviction.
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