Month: May 2015

Competing in a Bidding War When Relocating to Colorado

When relocating to Colorado area as part of a corporate relocation, it is not difficult to know whether to rent or to buy because rents are so high. At the same time, it is an extreme seller’s market in Denver so you will likely find yourself in a bidding war over the best properties. With the help …

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PART 3 – Interesting History of Parks In or Near Denver

There are an amazing number of state and city parks in the Denver area. Learn about other parks in Part 1 and Part 2 of our series. Red Rocks Park This is a Denver Mountain Park that is free of charge and is open daily from one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. …

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Community Profiles for People Relocating to Colorado: Spotlight on Franktown

People relocating to Denver shouldn’t let naysayers discourage them. Large, private properties within driving distance of Denver are not hard to find. At least that’s the case when Colorado home buyers choose to settle in Franktown. Considered a census-designated place, it encompasses a 123.8-square miles and houses less than 500 people, but that doesn’t mean it’s …

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Interesting History of Parks In or Near Denver – Part II

With more than 40 state parks in Colorado and numerous city parks, there is much to explore on over 500 miles of trails and 4,000 campsites. Denver’s urban park system alone embraces close to 6,000 acres of “traditional” parks, natural areas, and parkways. Three New Parks Mayor Michael B. Hancock, along with city officials and …

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