Many people who lost their homes in the fire are looking for a place to rent in Boulder County, and some landlords are taking advantage.
BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — Take the Denver metro area’s strained housing market, then add the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history and the loss of more than a thousand homes.
Marshall Fire victims, forced to rent, are seeing some of the highest rent hikes in Colorado.
“We had a crisis here in Louisville, we lost a thousand homes, so in December of 2021, we weren’t seeing a housing crisis or rent rates being crazy,” said Jennifer Fox of Fox Property Management.
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