Floridians Hit by a Hurricane and an ongoing housing crunch.

Many people in Florida are still reeling from the devastation of Hurricane Ian. With wind, rain, and storm surge leaving much of the state in disarray. 

The severity of the damage and the number of people who have lost their lives or homes is gradually becoming known.

The severity of the damage and the number of people who have lost their lives or homes is gradually becoming known.

"I can't afford to replace both my car and my house," said Llewellyn Davenport, 50. "I can replace one or the other, but not both."

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Many Floridians, limited by low or fixed incomes, face finding a decent place to live after the storm in a state that is mired in an affordable housing crunch.

Many Floridians, limited by low or fixed incomes, face finding a decent place to live after the storm in a state that is mired in an affordable housing crunch.

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2.24 million households in Florida with incomes below $50,000 already pay more than 30 percent of their income in rent or mortgage. 

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