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Sun Jan 8, 2017
Brian L. A. Wess answered:
Federal Equal Housing Opportunity Law prevent Realtors from "steering" folks to and from specific areas, so the most appropriate way to assist you and answer your question is to provide you with the places where you can find the information to help you make the decision of where you're comfortable living for yourself:

Colorado Springs Police Department Crime Information:

Information about Neighborhoods:

Important Colorado Springs Information Links:

I hope you find this information of use.

Best Regards
Brian L. A. Wess
Realtor®, Broker Owner
Military Relocation, Residential & Investment Specialist
Infinite Horizons Realty - Metro Brokers
Colorado Springs, CO
Direct: 719-528-6672
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Mon Dec 13, 2010
Brian Burke answered:
Mon Mar 11, 2013
Ryan Smith answered:
Hi Ousaf,

Disclosed by who?
The selling agent?
The seller?

It can only be disclosed if they themselves knew about the landslide area. May have also been in your NHD report assuming you received one.

good luck

Chris Blasic
Realty world & Associates
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Wed Jun 30, 2010
Kent Gagon answered:
I have answered many questions like this before and here is the typical response. You as the buyer have some fiduciary duties to do your own research on the area that you are moving to. Look at crime statistics and other factors that may influence your decision to purchase a home in the area. As Realtors we are bound by a code of ethics and also Fair housing laws that do now allow us to take our personal opinions of an area and project them to our buyers. What is nice to one person will be nasty to another person and vise versa. You as the buyer must do your homework before making a purchasing commitment.
Good luck there are numbers of websites that any realtor can probably give you to help you determine and locate the information that you are looking for.
Kent Gagon
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Mon Dec 7, 2009
The Hagley Group answered:
Is this your first time flipping a home? If so, proceed with caution. The market can be tricky. Good luck!
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
Michael Krieg answered:
Our economy here in Grand Junction on the western slope of the Rockies is better than most. Rental prices on homes are lower than most and the job market is ok. You should consider looking at Grand Junction for your relocation. Any info I can send you that would help with your decision? I look forward to your reply. Mike Krieg United Country Realty 24 year resident of Grand Junction. 970-640-4772 ... more
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Thu Aug 27, 2009
Barbara Schiappacasse answered:
Hello CA couple,
You've made a great choice to consider a move to our beautiful city. You will find links to tons of information about this area and even links to job searches on my website so feel free to check it out!
Best Wishes
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Sun Oct 12, 2014
Suzanne Walker answered:
You might consider Manitou Springs, Old Colorado City (OCC) and parts of the westside. Also, the central business district (downtown) such as the Old North End and Patty Jewett. You'll probably find what you are looking for in these areas.

All of these areas are mountain side, or close and near everything such as shopping, parks, trails, colleges, bars, restraurants, etc... and have fairly easily access to I25 (our main corridor) for commuting purposes.

Susan Walker
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Sun Aug 10, 2008
Toby Lorenc answered:
try macvan maps they have lots of specialty maps
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