I ride through the country and see mostly trailers. Many of them from the 60's and 70's. The majority housing a second, third, or even fourth generation.
One of my older aunts just bought a motor home and is joining something of a caravan just traveling the U.S because she can't afford both a house and a car on retirement. At least she's with friends.
Tiny houses are a trend because housing and rent are out of reach.
I have several friends who have managed to worm out better pay as essential workers despite everything, but they're struggling because rent rates are rising.
At this point most American's hitting thirty right now will never own their own home, and those who do will never own a home younger than they are.
Also I remember riding the train through Salt Lake City and seeing this along the fence lines.
This is America under capitalism.https://www.reddit.com/r/SelfAwarewolves/comments/q5fvuf/expectation_vs_reality/