Charlotte’s booming rental market makes it tougher to house homeless

Tiffany Woodley has a good job at the U.S. Postal Service, a 10-year-old son who’s playing football and making straight A’s and a 6-year-old daughter who just started the first grade with dreams of being a doctor.

It’s tough to imagine she and her children are also homeless, but they have lived most of the summer at the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope shelter, having been padlocked out of their home in May by the landlord.

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