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The quality of education your child receives is an important factor in any family’s relocation. The Denver metro area has many great public and private schools from which to choose, from pre-K all the way to the university level. For parents that already have some idea about the school their ...
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Although a newcomer to the Denver region, you may not be new to the homebuying process. Even so, it’s helpful to review all the steps involved as well as Denver-area resources and conditions. Since Denver has a relatively large real estate market, finding the right type of mortgage for your ...
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In this chapter, you’ll find information on different types of insurance, including homeowners, auto and medical, as well as practical tips on reading policies and shopping for coverage. As you organize your relocation to the Denver area, it’s also a good idea to review your family’s insurance needs. For your ...
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Now that you’re relocating to the Denver area, it might be time to consider building a custom home. One good reason is that you can build a larger house with many extras at an affordable cost, particularly compared to building costs on either coast. A regional advantage is that due ...
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While house hunting in Denver, you and your spouse have found the perfect home. It’s well-situated close to a high-rated school district, it’s within a decent commute to your work and it has a nice pool and landscaped backyard that really made a lasting impression. The home will require some ...
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It’s been a hectic week as you learned of your hard-earned promotion along with the offer of a new position in the Denver office. You’re excited about the opportunity but also anxious about your family’s reaction and the tumult that moving can bring. What you’re experiencing is normal and part ...
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If you want the best view of the Rocky Mountains, vertical living may be for you. There are several neighborhoods in and around Downtown Denver that offer the best in vertical living and many more are in the works. As the city’s mass transit and light rail system expands, more ...
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Denver is the largest city in Colorado and the 21st largest metropolitan area in the United States. In 2011, population estimates put the Denver metro population at approximately 2.6 million people. By 2035, the population of the Denver metro is expected to increase to almost 4 million people. While the ...
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Staying healthy is the key to enjoying life. Living in a moderate climate with plenty of exercise opportunities makes it easy to stay healthy. Living close to excellent health care facilities makes it even easier. More than 24 hospitals and research centers in the Denver metro area serve the western ...
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Denver’s mild climate and beautiful location makes it a popular retirement community for active adults. Whether they’re moving to be close to family or to get away from it all, retirees are increasingly calling Denver home. In 2007, CNN Money ranked Denver’s LoDo neighborhood as the 31st best place to ...
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Purchasing a house is a big decision to make. For those not ready to make that decision—or on a tight schedule or temporary relocation—renting or leasing is a better decision. Luckily, there are several types of properties to choose from in the Denver metro area. From condos and townhouses to ...
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The 10-county Denver-Aurora-Lakewood Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), more commonly referred to as the Denver metro area, ranks as the 21st most populous in the country with an estimated 2013 population of 2,697,476, a 6-percent increase since 2010. More than half of all Colorado residents live in this MSA. Following is ...
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You’ve just received exciting news. Along with your new job title, you’re being relocated to Denver! After the excitement subsides, your next action step is to become proactive in the relocation process to plan for an orderly transition for you and your family. This doesn’t mean you have to do ...
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Thanks to a stable economy, Denver continues to welcome families relocating from all over the United States and around the world. As one of the healthiest real estate markets in the nation, Denver home prices remain affordable, especially for families moving from either coast. According to the National Association of ...
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Many people relocate to Denver each year for work. They often bring their family and spouse, who may or may not be relocating with their own job. For the trailing spouse, nothing is more important than finding a job. This section will help the trailing spouse prepare to look for ...
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QUALITY OF LIFE Called the Mile-High City, Queen City of the Plains and the Wall Street of the West, the once boomtown of Denver is now a powerful urban center at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Around 2.6 million people reside in the Denver metro area, and with 300 days ...
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