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Moving in Denver : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 4, 2017
Chris Warren answered:
I'm a real estate investor who moved here 28 years ago. Littleton and Centennial have many neighborhoods of tract homes from the sixties and later, but they are established so they've lost that cookie cutter look. I'm going to recommend you check-out the SE quadrant of Denver proper. You will get less house for the money, however there is school choice, (my kids went to Slavens), lots of IB, Montessori-type, charter, and traditional public schools as well as private religious, cultural, and hoity-toity choices. Just about every Denver neighborhood has a park and access to the Highline canal for riding and dog-walking. SE has a lot of Denver's safest neighborhoods, free and paid concerts and art thingies in parks, at DU (Denver University), Swallow Hill, Fiddlers Green, etc. Great access located about 4 miles from downtown or the tech center via highway or light-rail. In my experience, SE is fairly immune to market downturns like the apocalypse that occurred in LV and many neighborhoods here and has low property taxes and water rates comparatively. I work with a local realtor as his "house whisperer" and we have been very successful in finding and closing homes in this uber competitive market. His name is Paul Langerak and he is a native. Feel free to ask any other questions you may have about moving to this beautiful place. ... more
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Mon Oct 24, 2016
Keith Dean asked:
Looking for Crime Statics at HIDDEN BROOK APTS DENVER 80220
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Mon Jan 25, 2016
Alexguau answered:
There are many options and opportunities in the current market, it will depend how aggressively your agent look for.

Alex Garcia
NMLS # 375022
Mortgage Loan Officer
https://mortgage.bankofamerica.com/alexgarcia ... more
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Sun Nov 8, 2015
crownedone answered:
Try village by the park in Northglenn, CO...rent is about 800...it's a 2 bedroom.....pets are welcome
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Wed Oct 14, 2015
Jonathan Mottern answered:
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Tue Aug 11, 2015
Ron Rovtar answered:
Hi Annien117:

Looks like you received a lot of good advice here. I (and I'm sure others who also posted answers) are curious to see if you've made the move. If so, did the advice here help. If you get a chance, please catch us up-to-date.

Thanks,
Ron
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Sun Mar 9, 2014
DeLUX Team Realty answered:
I don't know how cheap it is but there is a rental advertised as:

Stunning Red Brick Denver Square - Fully Updated (Hot Water Heat, New Hardwood Floors, New Kitchen, New Baths, Fresh Paint, New Windows, New Three Car Garage, New Plumbing, New Electrical and SO much more). Must see home offering 4 beds, two baths AND a basement 2-bedroom rental. See it today - Rick Flanagan with Red Chair Realty 303-748-0317 ... more
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Mon Mar 3, 2014
lpizza38 answered:
The safest neighborhoods are going to be south of downtown denver, however, their price point can be a bit higher too. They are about a mile away from the light rail depending on where you decide. Speer and Baker give you plenty of options and should be able to meet your price range. ... more
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
psadvantages answered:
I have a cute 2 bedroom house in Denver very centerally located. Close to almost everything shopping, highways, gyms etc.. Very reasonably priced witha large fenced in yard. You can email me at psadvantages@gmail .com ... more
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