In many Western tourist towns, locals can't afford to buy houses, even as trailers and other affordable dwellings are evicted or banned outright.
by Jen Jackson,
Dec 03, 2010
Child-friendly in Salida; new ranchers sell out at a high
price; hot real estate in ski country; water fights in L.A.; Bill
Richardson’s photograph; "BioWillie."
by Betsy Marston,
Feb 20, 2006
With all the formerly cool, "undiscovered" small towns now
caught up in the New West’s booming real estate frenzy,
it’s getting hard to find an affordable place to call
by M. John Fayhee,
Mar 20, 2006
Former CEO Ken Lay had to sell some of his Aspen
properties when Enron fell apart, but he made a fair amount of
money in the process
by Grace Lichtenstein,
Oct 25, 2004
Kathryn Socie works two jobs and still can’t afford
to buy a house in Missoula, but she believes that her life in
Montana is well worth the sacrifice it takes.
by Kathryn Socie,
Mar 26, 2007
As the West's population and real estate boom stumble to a halt, the once fast-growing Southwest is filled with foreclosed homes and undeveloped lots.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Nov 30, 2011