Not only would Building Performance Standards reduce greenhouse gases, they will protect renters from extreme cold and heat.
We wouldn’t allow landlords to rent apartments without heat. The time has come to provide cooling, too.
Fort Collins and Colorado Springs metro areas outpaced the Denver metro for rent hikes since 2019. Plus: Median home prices fell last month but not enough for many renters.
A proposed state law would protect rule-abiding tenants from being forced out of their rentals and into the brutal housing market.
So many job openings, so few “affordable” houses for sale. Colorado Realtors met to discuss. Plus: Workers aren’t “on the couch,” labor demographics are changing, more!
Repealing a statewide ban on rent control makes sense given local policy factors into success as much as state policy
Research suggests rent control actually “decreases affordability, fuels gentrification and creates negative spillovers”
The Denver proposal would force landlords to fund lawyers for tenants in case of eviction. Rents will go up as a result.
Thousands of Colorado households — and their landlords — benefited from the $690 million in federal Emergency Rental Assistance. The state’s application portal closes Nov. 15.
Without it, housing costs will remain out of reach, and people will leave