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In My Neighborhood in Aurora : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 17, 2014
Richard Torpy answered:
Richard Torpy broker and HEB resident

Actually, HEB is a 45+ community. While the community was originally restricted to 55+, the limitation was changed to 45+ a few years ago. I personally know several HEB couples who are under the age of 50. Most of the homes were built between 2000 and 2006.

Richard Torpy, broker
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Sat Nov 10, 2012
Mike Corso answered:
Aurora ia a large City with a diversre population. I moved to Aurora a little over five years ago , from a small midwestern city. I am pleased to tell you Aurora ranks among the safest cities in the nation. We in Colorado pride ourselves on having a healthy and active lifestyles and this tends to make us happy and content with our surroundings. If you're thinking of moving here, I couldn't reccommend a better community to live in. Again, my recent experience is that Aurora is a very welcoming community with big city amenities as well as a small town sense of pride. I am sure all of my fellow Realtors will tell you much the same as I have. I look forward to having you join our community and I hope I can be of service to you should the need arise. ... more
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Sun Aug 28, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
What is your agent advising--is the property priced on target or slightly below market, if so multiple offers may occur; in order to determine a fair offer review comps, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, see what the data suggests and go from there. ... more
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Wed Mar 16, 2011
Laura Stewart answered:
Safety is a very personal experience and besides the obvious steering issues what one person considers "safe" compared to what another considers "safe" could be a polarity apart. The best resource is the police department of the local community-for any address you may consider. Typically they require a person to come in person to receive a perimeter crime report and they typically charge a nominal fee like $15.00. This report will show you all the types of crime that have occurred in the last period of time-again typically 30 days however you may want to see a larger span of time. These reports are chilling for any area since we as individuals really are unaware of these types of events overall. The police will review the report will you and hopefully this will give you a factual point of reference to make your decision from. All the best to you! ... more
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Mon Jun 7, 2010
Kimberly Ryan answered:
Florida must be hot right aobut now!
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