Noticias y medios de CPLP
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Investors are Buying Mobile Home Parks. Residents are Paying a Price.
Across the country, corporate landlords are expanding manufactured housing portfolios and driving up rents, pushing longtime residents out.
Can Colorado Keep Mobile Home Affordable?
Heather Malone holds her daughter Caoimhe, 4, outside their home in the Golden Hills Park for Mobile Homes in Golden on March 9, 2022. Heather and her family have lived at Golden Hills for almost a decade. Colorado lawmakers recently introduced a bill that would add greater protections to mobile home residents throughout the state. The biggest piece of the proposed bill is rent stabilization, which would cap how much mobile home park owners could increase rent per year. Malone, who has three children, is worried that another rent hike would force them out of Golden altogether. Her rent went from $550 per month to $796.
Tenants at Clarkson Lodge given an extension to move out; Colorado Poverty Law Project steps in
Relief came just before the eleventh hour for tenants at the Clarkson Lodge, many of whom had been preparing to move out with short notice.
On Feb. 28, renters at the Clarkson Lodge told Denver7 they'd been informed the building was sold, and they'd have to be moved out by March 14. The Lodge is a boarding house in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood.