October 1, 2022

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Coloradans Help Disrupt National Multifamily Housing Council Conference in D.C.

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Christina Morales struggled for three years to find affordable housing in metro Denver. In 2019, her husband died after he suffered a brain aneurysm, and she moved in with her son in Northglenn. They split the $2,300 monthly rent, but after she contracted COVID, she couldn’t work, and they were evicted despite the moratorium in place at the time.

Morales and her daughter then signed a lease for a place in Thornton at $1,200 per month. When their corporate landlord notified them that their rent would rise to $1,600, they decided to leave — partly because the apartment was infested with cockroaches and the landlord refused to take action, Morales says. Finally, she located an affordable, stable place through the Aurora Housing Authority.

Erika Reyes has lived in her Commerce City…

Catie Cheshire

2022-09-16 05:49:00

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