Four Colorado cities were recently featured on Relocate America’s list of Top 100 Places to Live in 2011. Pueblo, Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder all made the highly-regarded list, with Boulder landing in the top 10.
Pueblo is Colorado’s ninth largest city and offers lower housing costs than nearby cities with the same quality of life standards. It was once known at the ‘Steel City’ and is home to several electronics and aviation companies.
Fort Collins and its population of more than 136,000 face the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. The city continues to lure newcomers with its proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park and all of the activities that are close by such as skiing, fishing, and hiking.
Boulder, landing in the top 10 of the relocation list, is praised for bringing all different types of lifestyles together in a quaint town of about 95,000 people.
Finally, Denver offers a wide range of activities and lifestyle options. Denver has one of the largest city park systems in the nation, is one of the the few cities to offer seven professionals sports, and brews more beer than any other city in the country.
I am excited the Denver and other Colorado cities were named to Relocate America’s Top 100 list. If you do not see why Colorado has such a large presence on the list, you need to come and experience it for yourself.
If you would like to learn more about moving to Denver and your real estate options, give me a call at 888-860-1931.
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