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Colorado has money to help struggling renters, but some landlords won’t play ball

“Some landlords are not willing to do this, and if they’re not willing to do it, we can’t help them, that client, which is heartbreaking,” said Kristen Baluyot, with The Salvation Army.

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Parked: Routt County manufactured homes by the numbers

In just the last 10 years, Routt County's mobile home units have fallen by nearly half

Coloradans

Parked: Aurora considers how to preserve mobile-home parks after park’s closure

State law on mobile homes has roots in Aurora

Coloradans

Parked: Fort Collins considers reforms to preserve 30 mobile home parks and improve conditions

Moratorium on redevelopment of mobile home park properties will be in effect until August 2020 as city mulls options

Coloradans

Parked: One of the wealthiest counties in Colorado owns four mobile-home parks, an effort to hold on to affordable housing

Pitkin County owns four parks and the city of Aspen owns one

Coloradans

Parked: Eagle County mobile-home parks become immigrants’ home away from home

In a notoriously pricey area, nearly all of them are filled with workers in the hospitality, service and construction industries

Coloradans

Parked: Fire can be risky, deadly drawback of living in mobile homes

The most severe risks are in homes built before 1976, when HUD set improved safety and construction standards

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Parked: Residents of Greeley-area mobile home park feel abandoned

A community where homeowners also owned the land beneath their mobile or modular homes nonetheless became " the red-headed stepchild "

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Parked: “Priced out of our hometown,” rising lot rents squeezing out mobile-home park residents

Even for Durango's middle class, the numbers don't always add up to an affordable housing option -- and some point the finger at corporate park owners

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