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Half of Americans would consider ‘van life’ thanks to the pandemic, survey says

A survey from Move.org says more than half of Americans would consider “van life” thanks to the pandemic.
UT graduate student Caleb Brackney
UT graduate student Caleb Brackney(UT)
Published: Oct. 13, 2020 at 10:15 PM EDT
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(WVLT/WWSB) - A survey from Move.org says more than half of Americans would consider “van life” thanks to the pandemic.

72% of Americans would trade the comfort of their home to pay off debt, 74% would choose van life if it meant they could retire comfortably, 1 in 4 Americans would choose van life for 2+ years, 7% wouldn’t consider van life under any circumstance, and Americans aged 35-44 were most likely to consider van life as a result of the pandemic (31%), followed closely by those aged 25-34 (29%), WWSB reported.

Living in a van could be a way to save money, according to the survey one third of “van conversions” cost less than $5,000.

Move.org developed the data after surveying hundreds of Americans and gathered financial data from a variety of statistics, including from Zillow.

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