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Thousands of people in Los Angeles, California, are living in battered Winnebagos and motor homes as residences to avoid living on the street.These recreational vehicles serve as a cheaper options for those with lower incomes as the housing market continues to skyrocket year after year. The 2017 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count recorded 4,545 campers and RVs in L.A. that could serve as makeshift homes, according to the Los Angeles Times. The newspaper investigated these areas to discover the hidden homeless that are living inside these impoverished communities.
It's a decent solution, actually. Relatively cheap,