I have came down to the conclusion that to work and actually make money there, I can only afford to buy an RV at my local dealer (rather have my money go there than williston), and park it in an rv lot for less than 1,000. I can finance a 5th wheel for 100 bucks a month, definatly makes more sense, and I get the whole damn thing to myself.
Excellent idea. No one is stopping you.
Unless of course you haven't thought about how difficult it is to heat an RV in N.D. in the winter. Or how hard it is to have running water, and sewer. I have heard of some people burning up several hundred gallons of propane a month to heat an RV. At almost $3 a gallon, you do the math.
Taking those things into considerations, there are a lot of people obviously paying those high rents, which brings us to the fact; that is what the market will bare. We call it a free market economy. Don't care for it, don't come.