This particular home mentioned is in excellent condition. The floor plan is open and creates a sense of spaciousness. Throughout the home are decorator touches in the wall and window covering treatments. The unit is quiet as it is located on the back edge of the complex and has wonderful views of the mountains across the open fields. All of the appliances are included as well as the four ceiling fans. The town home has two parking spaces, one reserved and one open for residents only. The property is in excellent move in condition. It is well located, with easy access to DIA, Northridge, Stapleton and Downtown. It is an excellent value and will not last. NO FHA FINANCING
The best way to search is on Realtor.com or a Realtor's sight like mine - http://www.RobertMcGuireHomes.com. If you are serious you need to have a Buyer's Agent to help with the search and set up a Daily Listing Alerts program for you. Sometimes realtors are privy to properties coming on the market before anyone else knows.
Robert McGuire - 303-669-1246
I used to live in Chicago. Miss some things about it, but wouldn't trade for Denver Metro and Colorado! Happy to see other Midwesterners looking at coming out this way.
A few questions for you: 1.) Is this just for yourself? That is, how many bedrooms and bathrooms would you like to have? 2.) What is your timeframe for moving? Prices tend to rise the closer we get to the Summer. 3.) Detached or attached garage?
There are some good choices for townhouses not far off Hwy 36 that goes between Denver and Boulder... so you can enjoy both!
If I can be of assistance, please don't hesitate to contact me through the Trulia site !
Best, Michael Cordle
There are some great neighborhoods in Denver and the Boulder area that might suit your needs. I live in Stapleton and really like the community here and there are some townhome and condo options for you. I also would look at Lowry, Park Hill, Mayfair, Cheesman Park, and the list goes on, but I would drive the neighborhoods and have coffee at a local coffee shop to get the feel of the neighborhood. Best of luck to you.
I understand that at just the time you already feel overwhelmed, too many responses can leave you befuddled. :)
Jeanette Tolman, Broker
Cherry Creek Properties
Congratulations on the upcoming move to Denver/Boulder. I think you will find there are a lot of great neighborhoods to live. Do you know where you will be working? I would consider doing a search for townhomes within a 5 or 10 mile radius of your work or whatever commute time you are comfortable with. Would be happy to give you my opinion with a little more information about your needs, such as: number of bedrooms, square footage, number of bathrooms, etc.
Best of luck to you on the move out here. I moved out here a few years ago from the east coast and love it.
I'd be happy to show you some homes in those areas so you can get a feel for which of them would be of most interest to you. I offer new clients a half day 'test drive' without obligation. Call me at the number below if you'd be interested.
Best of luck!
It is best to have the Realtor send the listings directly from MLS, that way you do not spend half of your time looking on these websites only to find that the property was never on the market, that it is under contract or sold.
Also fin you are planning on financing be sure to have a pre-approval letter handy or if paying with cash a letter indicating you have proof of funds.
Hope this helps a little.
Wisdom Real Estate
Buyers Specialist and Relocation Lead
Brickstone Properties LLC
Where are you going to work?
Are there children involved?
PS I'm from Elmhurst and used to hang out in Downers Grove at tha teen night club called the Blue Village. (Google it) Yeah I'm pretty old!
Boulder, Denver and everything in between has a lot to offer depending on your lifestyle and your price.
I will suggest to use
to do your search and help you narrow down an area. If you think you need help, you will find a great pool of real estate professional available on this and aforementioned site. One good thing about recolorado is that it is managed by metrolist (Colorado - MLS), where it will provide you up to date listings unlike other site. The data is updated every 15 min from the metrolist MLS which is used by the real estate professionals.
If you have a few moments to share what is important to you... i.e. school district, neighborhood, a mile radius you would like to live within from your office or daycare, perhaps you want a main floor master, yard, garage, minimum square footage, price point etc. I'll be happy to set up a few searches to help be more effective and less time consuming for you and to better reflect only the neighborhoods that you are interested in.
Another thing to keep in mind... one of the services I also provide when I help people start their home search is to take them out for what I call market education day. If this is something you're interested in, send me a message.
I look forward to hearing from you,
Congratulations on deciding to move to Denver. You will absolutely love it here. I am originally from Naperville. As like most of the people I talk to from Chicagoland, I wanted to get away from the cold. For instance its supposed to be a high of 65. It looks like Chicago might have a high of 25...brrrr.
There are many great neighborhoods for you to choose between Boulder and Denver. If you like dogs, there are so many trails. If you like a downtown atmosphere, Denver certainly has a great night life as well.
If you would like to discuss some of the details about your move, feel free to contact me at any of the information below.
Brian M Smith
I look forward to visiting with you. Jeanette Tolman, Associate Broker, Cherry Creek Properties, LLC.
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I'd be happy to set you up for a free search in the MLS, so you can see what's available. No obligation. Just a place for you to check out what's available. Let me know how I can help!
That is quite a large scope of area. It will be difficult to find a townhome in Denver and Boulder for under $200K but there are some areas in between that you can find this. Look at your requirements - number of bedrooms, patio, location, etc and then that will help you drive what area you are looking for. Also keep in mind that a hefty HOA will cause you to afford less of a townhome. If you would like a list of townhomes for sale, I can send you a list of what is available for under $200K. Please feel free to contact me if this is of interest.
Cherry Creek Properties LLC
There are some pretty great townhouses in that price range, however the idea to keep in mind is the monthly HOA payment to. Many can get quite high and that all goes into consideration of your loan approval amount.
Tony and Karen pegged it when they said that is a very wide net. There are many smaller 'suburbs' and cities along the way that would be a good consideration as well.
Have you been to Colorado to look at the different areas and get a feel for where you are comfortable? Often, when we have buyers moving to Colorado, they will come take a tour with us first to really see where they want to be and then we establish a search for them to keep an eye on that market area.
I'll be happy to discuss this with you further, get your timing established and set a plan of action to best serve your needs and make this move smooth on you.
Denver/Boulder casts a pretty wide net. Certainly there are options available that would meet your price range. But can you be a little more specific? Do you have a job lined up, and where is it located? Any preference on type of neighborhood, style, amenities, access to whatever...?
We'd be delighted to help you look, or narrow down your requirements - feel free to email, text, or give us a call. And welcome to Colorado! :-)
Tony & Karen