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IPFS News Link • Housing

Rent prices are soaring as Americans flock back to cities

• by Heather Long

Campos and her fiancee read the letter in shock. The property management company gave them four days to decide whether to commit to stay or leave by the end of July. They spent the rest of the day poring over apartment listings online, only to realize that they would either have to move or downsize from their two-bedroom place to a one-bedroom."It almost feels like there is nowhere to go. It's just insane everywhere," said Campos, 28, a lifelong Phoenix resident who has noticed a growing number of California license plates in her complex's parking lot. "It feels like I'm being chased out of my own home, and it's the worst feeling in the world."

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