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Hundreds in West Dallas face losing low-cost homes in gentrifying area (Audio)

Residents of hundreds of inexpensive rental units in a longtime black and Latino neighborhood will have to look for new housing, and many fear they can't afford it.

by Courtney Collins, KERA News
Rosemary Guerra, 57, moved out of her West Dallas house this past Monday. She had been paying $575 in rent; now she'll be paying $800.

Residents of hundreds of inexpensive rental units in a longtime black and Latino neighborhood will have to look for new housing, and many fear they can't afford it. 

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