May 2012

There are 4 blog entries for May 2012.

Blue skies, wide-open spaces and plenty of sunshine, for these reasons and so many more, hundreds of horse-loving individuals flock to Colorado each year. If you’ve made the decision to call Colorado home, you may be asking yourself, now what? If you’re an equestrian living in the Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder or any one of the mountain communities on the Western Slope, you’re in luck. With a plethora of riding opportunities, horse shows and a variety of horse communities, equestrians all over the Front Range and Western Slope are happy to call Colorado home.

Riding Opportunities

While Western style was made popular here in the West, Colorado equestrians can be seen enjoying Hunt Seat, Dressage and Saddle Seat disciplines. From the in-town

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Maybe it was a job, or school that brought you out to Colorado, but now that you’re here you don’t want to leave. It happens all the time…the sunshine, the job opportunities, the lifestyle, people just don’t want to leave this beautiful state. Great, so you’re staying here in Colorado…now what? What’s a single, young professional to do? The question should be, what’s not to do?

If you’re single and live in the Denver, Colorado Springs or Boulder area – known to the locals as the Front Range – there is so much to do. Whether you’re looking to meet your soul mate, or just want to have some fun company for the weekend, the Front Range is a veritable singles playground.

Being Sporty

We Coloradoans take our 300 plus days of sunshine seriously. From

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You’ve heard all about the 300 plus days of sunshine, the excellent schools and resilient job market, so you’ve made the move. You’ve relocated your family to Colorado. Now what? What is there to do here in Colorado with your kids? Plenty. Here in the Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder area, – more commonly known as “The Front Range” – there is so much to do, especially for families. Whether you are looking for indoor fun or outdoor adventure the Front Range has it all.

Outdoor Activities

There’s a reason Colorado is the fittest state in the nation: you can be active outside 365 days a year. It’s true. Sure it may snow 10 inches in the morning, but wait a couple hours, the sun will come out, and by 11am you can be out and about. The Front Range has

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When meeting with real estate agents to discuss the sale of your home, one area you should certainly discuss is marketing strategies. Undoubtedly, you want to find a real estate agent who will fully utilize the Internet and all of the possibilities that it presents. While any reputable real estate agent will have home listings on his or her Website, you may be wondering whether or not you should insist on a standalone Website that is dedicated solely to your home. Although there are a few distinct possible exceptions to the rule, such as celebrity homes that have hit the market, it is generally better to stick with the agent’s multi-listing Website. Here is a look at just a few reasons why.

Reason #1: Search Engine Rankings

One reason to avoid creating

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