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Why Denver is A Desirable City to Live

With the blue skies and panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains, there is no better place to live than the Mile High City of Denver. Moving to Denver appeals to most to its natural beauty and 300 days of sunshine. Denver offers easy access to the Rocky Mountains, and inherit outdoor playground. You fortuitously experience every season, and every season is unique in its way. You will experience endless activities throughout the year, from mountain biking to hiking, camping, and fishing. Summer in Denver will not disappoint.  The winter months are just as extreme with ski mountains only a couple of hours away. Weekend ski excursions will be your new norm, constantly encountering new slopes with the big decision on what mountain to ski with endless options!  Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek, Steamboat, and Abasin just to name a few. If skiing isn’t for you, you will find endless trails for snowshoeing and snowmobiling. All four seasons offer something exciting, winter, spring, summer, and fall constantly reforming every couple of months keeping life interesting.

09/22/2021 READ MORE

Real Estate Will Lead the Economic Recovery

06/16/2020 READ MORE

Declining Birth Rates Correlate to Real Estate Trends

Millennials (25 to 29-year-olds) are putting off parenthood and that, in turn, has an effect on the real estate market.

The Centers for Disease Control (okay that’s an odd choice of agency to monitor birth rates) report birth rates for women 20 to 24 dropped 2% between 2012 and 2013. Birth rates for 25- to 29-year-olds have dropped 1% every year since 2008.

10/28/2018 READ MORE

Both Sides of Millennial Thought

Millennials are the generation entering adulthood around the turn of the 21st century. Livescience.com describes Millennials as more open-minded and more supportive of gay rights and equal rights for minorities. They are confident, self-expressive, liberal, upbeat and receptive to new ideas and ways of living, according to livescience.com.

10/28/2018 READ MORE