As Home Prices Soar in Unlikely Places, the Most Vulnerable Residents Pay the Price

The Washington Post, June 9, 2021–Rachel Siegel and Andrew Van Dam
Inside a Victorian house flecked with chipping white paint in Kingston, N.Y., 65 group home residents must suddenly find a new place to live, an unintended consequence of a Federal Reserve policy meant to save an economy in crisis. The group home–refuge for people with mental illness, disabilities and substance dependence–is closing after its owners agreed to sell the property as the area experiences the second-fastest growth in housing prices in the nation.