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Residents buy Durango mobile home park from corporate owners

River View homeowners take ‘control over housing destiny’

Durango mobile home park manager cited for firing warning shot

‘We hope (people) find other avenues to settle disputes,’ sheriff’s spokesman says

Durango mobile home park residents face ownership change

Residents might make bid to buy River View

Fire breaks out at mobile home northeast of Durango

Investigators determining cause of Sunday night blaze

Mobile home parks become immigrants’ home away from home

AVON – The Aspens Mobile Home Village sits on a wedge of land tucked between eastbound I-70 and the Eagle River in the mountains near Vail. The park is easy to miss in the blur of freeway sp...

Mobile homes help keep housing affordable in Aspen

Pitkin County controls five parks to keep costs down

Mobile home parks approach a boiling point

More rules, higher rent squeeze homeowners out of community

Rising lot rents squeeze out mobile home residents in Durango

Corporations purchasing longtime affordable housing

The saga of Steamboat Springs’ mobile home parks

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Christina Allevato Payton had a rare find in Steamboat Springs: a waterfront home for under $1 million. “I probably lived in a $2 million spot with an amazing ...

Key findings of the mobile home series

This project is the result of an ambitious, first-of-its-kind collaboration between The Durango Herald, The Colorado Sun and more than a dozen Colorado news organizations. Newspaper, online,...

Residents of Greeley-area mobile home park feel abandoned

GREELEY — Steve Spencer has lived in the Hill-N-Park subdivision in unincorporated Weld County on and off since he was 16. At 42, Spencer is thinking about moving his family after...

Fire can be deadly drawback of living in mobile homes

GREELEY — For many with low or fixed incomes, mobile homes provide an affordable housing option that’s hard to beat as housing costs continue to rise in Colorado. But that afforda...