Rising lot rents squeeze out mobile home residents in Durango

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Rising lot rents squeeze out mobile home residents in Durango

Corporations purchasing longtime affordable housing
Dave Bray has lived in the mobile home park on Animas View Drive for more than 30 years. He is now planning to leave because of increases to lot rent and utilities.
Residents in Apache Mobile Home Park have seen lot rent rise in recent years under corporate ownership. But residents still have problems with aging sewer lines that back up into homes and yards on the lower end of the park in the winter.
Tim Walker

Rising lot rents squeeze out mobile home residents in Durango

Dave Bray has lived in the mobile home park on Animas View Drive for more than 30 years. He is now planning to leave because of increases to lot rent and utilities.
Residents in Apache Mobile Home Park have seen lot rent rise in recent years under corporate ownership. But residents still have problems with aging sewer lines that back up into homes and yards on the lower end of the park in the winter.
Tim Walker
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