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Buying or Renting – Which is Right for You?

In Denver Real Estate, Market News, Moving | on September, 05, 2014 | by

Many people make the mistake of solely focusing on the financial implications when leaving their old home and making a choice between purchasing a property or renting one. However, as we are going to discuss during the course of this article, there’s so much more to making a choice between buying Colorado real estate or renting your new home. If you want to have any chance of making the “right decision” you need to look at both options from a number of different perspectives and carefully assess the impacts that buying or renting would have on your life. Life is about more than just plain old money; you have to take your personality and preferences into account too.

Factors to Consider When Deciding Whether to Buy or Rent Real Estate

buy or rent in ColoradoAs an experienced real estate agent in Denver, we’ve worked with hundreds of clients over the years and we can’t ... Read More

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City vs. Suburbs: What’s Best for the Kids?

In Denver Real Estate, Moving | on June, 27, 2012 | by

According to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2000 and 2010, there has been a distinct shift in the population during the past decade. While the population of urban areas grew by 12.1 percent, the country’s population overall grew by only 9.7 percent during those same years, revealing a trend toward urban living.

With moving season in full swing, Rent.comsurveyed parents regarding their attitudes about raising kids in the city versus the suburbs to gauge their primary concerns and preferences. According to the survey, city life has its pluses and minuses when deciding where to settle.

For parents raising kids in Denver, the question commonly arises – should we stay in the city, or should we go? Forty-two percent of survey respondents cited they have always lived in the city and are raising their kids there too, and 41.5 percent of respondents are equally dedicated to their suburban ties, choosing to ... Read More

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