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Old Today, 07:46 AM
 
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Wow everyone is so very helpful. So Antelope Ridge is pretty much out of the question.. it's not even worth considering. I honestly had not given much thought into utilities, all utility services are pretty much monopolized into one provider out here.

umm.. budget wise I was thinking somewhere in the 250-280's range although i only have a vague idea on the current market. 3bd 2ba + garage is def a must.

I am thinking renting for the 1st year is probably a better idea

Use Zillow, and look at the 80920 zipcode in Briargate.
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Old Today, 08:11 AM
 
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Use Zillow, and look at the 80920 zipcode in Briargate.
Use Zillow ONLY as a starting point- they are way-off on values in almost all markets.
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Old Today, 08:31 AM
 
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PPAR.com is much more accurate since it is the actual realtors site.
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Use Zillow ONLY as a starting point- they are way-off on values in almost all markets.

Yes, I've often wondered how they get their data ... their "zestimates are most times so far off the mark.
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Old Today, 12:20 PM
 
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Use Zillow, and look at the 80920 zipcode in Briargate.
There's probably not much in their price range, in that area.
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Old Today, 02:24 PM
 
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There's probably not much in their price range, in that area.
That is my zip code and you are probably correct- nothing under $300K now unless it is a townhome or a fixer- even then it will be tough.
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Old Today, 02:43 PM
 
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For that price range one might look at Security/Widefield/Fountain, perhaps -I mention it because I happen to know there are homes in that price range, although unlikely for brand new ones.
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