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Allegany County housing shortage impacts ‘everybody’

May 15, 2023

Erica Johnson talked of workers in temporary and travel positions who left their Allegany County jobs this year because they couldn’t secure housing. Some traveling nurses, equipment operators and construction workers reside at local campgrounds because they “can’t find a place to stay,” she said. A lot has changed in the area’s real estate market since 2019, said Johnson, executive of the Historic Highlands Association of Realtors that represents more than 150 real estate professionals and individuals in related businesses that impact the industry across the tri-state area.

Article Source: Cumberland Times-News

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