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Jonah Berger In the apartment he can afford but will soon lose. (credit: CBS)

Red Hot Rental Market Squeezing Out Low Income Renters

Rents are rising and vacancy rates are dropping in the Denver Metro Area’s red hot rental market, but some renters are getting squeezed out.


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Denver Low-Income Housing Fund Will Expand Into Surrounding Communities

An affordable housing fund aimed at providing homes near transit hubs for lower-income residents will expand into the seven-county metro area in the next decade.


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Average Rent In Colorado Now Tops $1,000

Rent keeps rising in Colorado and the average now tops $1,000 a month.


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Foreclosures In Colorado Drop To 10-Year Low

Foreclosure auction sales last year dropped to the lowest level reported since 2004.


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Colorado Foreclosure Auction Sales Down 19 Percent

The Colorado Division of Housing says new foreclosure auction sales were down 19 percent last year.


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Foreclosure Filings Dip In November

The number of homes going into foreclosure in Colorado metro areas has dipped to the lowest level in nearly six years, according to the Colorado Division of Housing.


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Colorado Foreclosure Filings Rise

Foreclosure filings were up in Colorado last month, but foreclosure auction sales fell to a six-year low.


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Colorado Foreclosure Auction Sales Down

New foreclosure auction sales were down 26 percent in Colorado during the first half of 2012 compared to the first half of 2011.


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Colorado Foreclosure Filings, Sales Drop In January

The number of foreclosure filings in Colorado’s 12 largest counties has kept declining, according to state housing data released Thursday.


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Colorado Foreclosures Fall To 42-Month Low

Colorado foreclosures fell more than expected last month to a 42-month low in metropolitan counties.



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