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Debi Stobie intends to sell one of her two suburban Denver rental homes when the family who lives in it moves out at the end of the month.

When the tenant of her other rental house eventually leaves, she plans to sell that one, too.

Stobie and her husband also are considering selling the 24-unit apartment complex they own in the Denver area. Stobie’s husband bought the complex 23 years ago. It’s their main source of income. “If the right opportunity came along, we wouldn’t hesitate much,” she said.

In Stobie’s view, over the last couple of years there have been so many …

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