Affluent vacation areas leave workers with few housing options


In summer playgrounds for the affluent such as the Hamptons in New York and Nantucket in Massachusetts, home prices are so high and rentals are in such high demand that middle- and lower-income residents struggle to find places to live. In Nantucket, leases run for 10 months, leaving some residents temporarily homeless for the summer. In Southampton, hospital nurses and residents struggle to find affordable housing.

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