Janie Hansen, left, l watches her son, Lucas, 13, do his math homework Thursday in the family’s Fort Bragg duplex. At right is her daughter Elspeth, 15. The Hansens have lived in the home six years, and the children have grown up there. As the military reduces its numbers, Corvias Military Housing, the private company that owns the home, finds hundreds of its units sitting empty.
Janie Hansen, left, l watches her son, Lucas, 13, do his math homework Thursday in the family’s Fort Bragg duplex. At right is her daughter Elspeth, 15. The Hansens have lived in the home six years, and the children have grown up there. As the military reduces its numbers, Corvias Military Housing, the private company that owns the home, finds hundreds of its units sitting empty. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Janie Hansen, left, l watches her son, Lucas, 13, do his math homework Thursday in the family’s Fort Bragg duplex. At right is her daughter Elspeth, 15. The Hansens have lived in the home six years, and the children have grown up there. As the military reduces its numbers, Corvias Military Housing, the private company that owns the home, finds hundreds of its units sitting empty. cliddy@newsobserver.com

As Army shrinks, rental homes sit empty on and around Fort Bragg

September 12, 2014 6:59 PM