Taking advantage of hurricane victims is as low as you can get:
Two mobile home residents in North Carolina were hit with eviction notices Thursday, shortly after complaining to The Associated Press about spikes in their monthly lot rental. The notices from Florida-based company Time Out Communities were delivered two days after the residents were prominently featured in an AP story on those living in hurricane-ravaged Robeson County.
Time Out said it had begun working on the paperwork for both eviction notices prior to the article's publication. They also said many other eviction notices were filed on the same day.
Just one more group of people crucified on the altar of the Free Market. Affordable housing will never be properly addressed until municipal governments crack down and pass rent control ordinances. That goes for county governments as well as town/city ones. These folks saw their lot rents tripled in less than two years, and that should be a crime. Instead, they are the ones headed to court: