September 2010

There are 4 blog entries for September 2010.

As people around the country look forward to a recovery from the devastating recession that has caused home values to depreciate around the country, Forbes magazine has created a list of those markets that have the greatest chance of experiencing a price appreciation. Clearly, anyone who is looking for a solid investment property or who simply wants to purchase property in an area where they can be relatively certain the price will only go up from here, being aware of which areas are most likely to appreciate in value is good information to have.

Although there are a number of factors to consider when determining which markets are the most likely to appreciate in value, Forbes magazine primarily focused on the mix of jobs available in the area that are

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In many ways, Denver is an all-natural outdoor utopia. Whether you’re into fishing, skiing, biking, hiking, rafting or almost any other outdoor sport, Denver is the place to do it. Denver’s also a great town when it comes to what is perhaps the outdoor sport that most lends itself to scenic views and natural terrain: golfing. In fact, some of Denver’s best golf courses are simply designed around natural obstacles, rather than cut into the land as is so common in many other areas.

If golf is your thing, then Denver is the place to be. Here are some of Denver’s best golf courses:

  • Overland Golf Course. Located at 1801 South Huron Street, this golf course is one of the oldest in the city. It’s earned its place among Denver’s best golf courses, in part,
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Denver is one of the most historically rich cities in the entire nation. From the gold rush days through the present, Denver has made its mark on the Western landscape. There have been highs and lows, from ghost towns to economic booms, and the Centennial State has over and over again shown its resilience. Visiting historic Denver sites can give you a real feel for the spirit of this amazing city.

Where it All Began

If you really want to see historic Denver, you need to start in LoDo (lower downtown). This is the old center of Denver proper, and features a number of historical sites. You can even stay at one of the oldest hotels in the city, the Oxford Hotel, and visit the Oxford Cruise Room, which is Denver’s oldest bar.

You’ll also find Rockmount…
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Moving to any new city can be an exciting experience, but it can also be terrifying. When you arrive, you don’t know where anything is. You’re not sure where to get your essentials. Even eating out can be a challenge, because unless you go with a chain restaurant you’re not even really sure whether the food will be exquisite or exquisitely horrible. Denver is no exception to this rule.

So, if you’ve found yourself packing up and getting ready to make the trek to the Mile High City, here are some things you’ll want to know when you’re moving to Denver:
  • Denver has a wonderfully rich arts community. If the arts are your thing, there is no dearth of activities to participate in and places to see. From the major museums downtown to the neighborhood galleries,
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