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whiteeagle358, Home Buyer in Denver, CO

Why would an area be red and there are 0 crimes shown? Thank you!

Asked by whiteeagle358, Denver, CO Sun Nov 4, 2012

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Robert McGuire’s answer
Whieeale358,

I don't know where you are seeing 'red'. Please know that we as Realtors are not allowed to comment on crime statistics, but this site may help - http://j.mp/K8kSy8 . Let me know if I can be of further assistance in finding the 'right' home for you.

Robert McGuire ASR
Realtor/Consultant
Your Castle Real Estate
Direct - 303-669-1246
http://about.me/robertmcguire33
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Nov 4, 2012
Hi Robert -
Thank you for the fast reply!
In each Trulia listing, there is a map that shows local schools, comps, crimes, etc. The Crime maps are color-coded from green (no crime) to red (high crime). They also show individual crime locations. But many of the red areas don't show any individual crimes. There was a box for questions below the Crime map, so I asked. I meant the question more for Trulia than individual replies, but maybe someone can answer it for me.
Flag Sun Nov 4, 2012
Thank you all for the fast replies!
In each Trulia house listing, there is a map that has multiple tabs showing local schools, comps, crimes, etc. The Crime maps are color-coded from green (no crime) to red (high crime). They also show individual crime locations. But many of the red areas don't show any individual crimes. There was a box for questions below the Crime map, so I asked. I meant the question more for Trulia than individual replies, but since the question appeared here, maybe someone can answer it for me.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 5, 2012
Hi, Your b est bet is to visit http://www.HomeFair.com, click on the city reports section for in-depth crime stats and area demographics. Other options would be http://www.SpotCrime.com or calling the local police dept.

Chris
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 5, 2012
What are you referring to?? As Robert said, we can't comment on crime in a particular area. You'll have to do your own research.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 5, 2012
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