My book manuscript, Priced In, examines how the rental housing affordability crisis shapes the im/mobility decisions and wellbeing of Latino immigrant families in Los Angeles County. It shows how immigrant renters fight to house their families, the barriers these families face in accessing safe and stable shelter, and the far-ranging trade-offs they make to avoid unwanted moves in an unaffordable rental market. Examining renters’ immobility experiences addresses a mobility bias in urban sociological research—an overemphasis on residential moves, with less attention to the experiences of families prior to displacement. To do so, I draw on 150 in-depth interviews with 120 Latino immigrant renters living in Los Angeles County, 30 of whom were followed across four years. Priced In shows how unaffordable housing markets harm families well before they are displaced and how families work to mitigate these harms.