Re: Limitation of number of renters question
From: Alan O'Hashi (
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2018 04:41:43 -0800 (PST)
in a hot housing market like boulder, i don't know who's renting, but a one or 
two bedroom apartment goes for $1k to $2k and more plus first, last and 
deposit. around here, all the nimby folks come out in force and pay lip 
service, 'we need affordable housing and rentals, but not next door to them'.
google just came to town and bought up a bunch of the 'affordable' apartment 
buildings for worker housing, which is a good thing, but took a big bite out of 
the student housing supply, not to mention the supply for the service sector. 
three of my neighbors tricked out their basements. around here, they have to be 
careful to classify renters as 'housemates'. we have more who do the ab&b for 
supplemental income, but in my mind shouldn't be getting away with not paying 
the community a percentage for trading on our name, using our 'spectacular 
views' in their advertising, putting the community at risk by mooching the 
liability insurance.

Alan O'Hashi - ECOS
EnviroCultural Organization Systems
Colorado 303-910-5782
Wyoming 307-274-1910
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