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Pandemic sparks housing crisis on Martha's Vineyard

A sign in the Lani Beach Club storefront in Vineyard Haven shows support for the Martha's Vineyard Housing Bank. (Wilder Fleming/WBUR)
A sign in the Lani Beach Club storefront in Vineyard Haven shows support for the Martha's Vineyard Housing Bank. (Wilder Fleming/WBUR)

Housing on Martha’s Vineyard was already scarce before the pandemic. It’s now grown into a serious problem as more vacationers stay beyond the summer and home prices increase.

WBUR’s Wilder Fleming reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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