Americans Flock to Disaster-Prone Areas for Affordable Housing

By Holly Dutton

The pandemic led to scores of Americans relocating to areas with lower costs of living, driven by more companies allowing employees to work remotely. But as recent data shows, the places where people are moving are also the most prone to natural disasters like flooding and wildfires. A new report from Redfin found that 384,000 […]

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