Colorado Resort-Town Workers Scramble for Affordable Housing

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November 10, 2015

The Denver Post estimates that there are hundred, if not thousands, of people in Colorado without a home, living in tents or their cars. “They have jobs. Work is abundant. That's part of the problem,” the article says.

A tourism boom in mountainous Colorado increased the demand for workers, but the lack of housing options has turned the situation into what the Denver Post calls the worst rental market crisis in the state’s history.

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