Among the countless ways COVID-19 has affected the Lake Tahoe Basin, from the local economy to the volume of weekend traffic, there are few aspects of our lives that remain untouched by the pandemic. Chief among these unexpected changes is the pandemic’s acceleration of Tahoe’s existing housing crisis.
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