Greystar, the largest apartment management company in the country, with over $45 billion in assets, forces thousands of Colorado tenants to pay inflated and unfair fees that make it even harder for families to afford housing in the state. Greystar’s business strategy has become increasingly common. Over the past several years, powerful and deep-pocketed corporations have sought to grow their profits by packing their contracts with hidden and misleading charges—known as “junk fees”—that increase the costs of daily life for working people.


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