I am single male looking to move to Denver around 2016. Need information on safe, transitioning neighborhoods.

Asked by rentas.ae, Denver, CO Sat May 31, 2014

I prefer a fixer upper in a better neighborhood with decent size yard. A mainly residential/single family home neighborhood that has a healthy projection in property value. My range for when I move in 2016 is low to mid 200s.

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Marina Jensen, Agent, Denver, CO
Tue Jun 3, 2014
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Good morning!

If you are interested in learning about Denver neighborhoods I predict will have the best "healthy projection in property values" in the next few years, check out my recent blog post on this topic.
http://www.trulia.com/blog/marina_jensen/2013/03/top_investm…

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions! Have a great week!

Marina Jensen
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http://www.MarinaJensen.com
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Ron Rovtar, Agent, Boulder, CO
Sun Jun 1, 2014
Things are moving very quickly in Denver these days as more energetic young adults find metro living appealing. Currently, Sloans Lake seems to be one of the up-and coming neighborhoods, but there are only a few homes in your price range currently. It is a little hard to predict what will be the best place to buy in 1.5 to 2.5 years because of the speed at which we are seeing older neighborhoods join the trend! Contact me directly and I'll pull together the most current listing information from several areas.

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Ron
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