Unaffordable housing can have major impacts on your workforce and business. In order to work effectively, employees need to have access to stable housing. With housing expenses increasing and the eviction crisis on the rise, it can be a difficult […]

Almost 80% of metro Denver residents commute to work by car, with more than 20% spending an hour or longer to get to their jobs. When adding up the cost of gas, insurance, car payment, tolls, parking, and routine maintenance, the average worker can spend more than $7,500 per year on transportation alone.

It can be hard to find a decent apartment. While we can’t solve all of the problems with the rental market and landlords, there are tangible ways we help our clients. When employers become members, our confidential help is FREE to […]

From The Navigator Case Files of Logan Jones Logan Jones met with Marcy*, a single mother with three kids, who came to see him because she was running behind on her rent. After running through the assessment process, Logan realized […]

Rents in metro Denver are expected to continue to rise in 2017. The pricing pressure in the metro area will likely push cost increases in outlying areas. As housing continues to eat away a larger share paychecks, more people in Colorado […]

The 2016 Assets & Opportunity Scorecard was recently released by the CFED, and it revealed that many Coloradans are still mired in low-paying occupations and are straining to save money and/or pay for their housing. The Colorado Center on Law and […]

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