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Old 02-25-2009, 01:32 PM
 
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oops, i'm sorry about asking my question in the wrong subforum. just ignore it.anyway thanks for the correction.
sorry everyone, i just didnt know how to go about it. i'll just get out of here.

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Old 02-25-2009, 11:28 PM
 
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I'm sorry, but this has got to be the worst thread to bump up and in the wrong sub-forum for what you're asking.

Go to the Denver sub forum and go to MFBE's link page here and look up the section "Rentals". If you don't find your info there or have other questions or even learn a thing or two about the topic, you can start a new thread in the Denver subforum. That way, you'll be conversing with Denver people. Many Denver posters may never see this thread and all will have no idea you've posted a question about Where to Rent in the Denver Metro Area unless they stumble on it by chance.

Most people will think you're commenting on the Best and Worst places to live in Colorado.

Add: Oh, well looky there. I see you posted the exact same post in the Good places to live/avoid in Denver, but like this one, it's still not in the Denver subforum You posted a few back in November in the Denver sub though. Hmmm...


oops, i'm sorry about asking my question in the wrong subforum. you can just ignore it.anyway thanks for the correction.
sorry everyone, i just didnt know how to go about it. i'll just get out of here .
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Old 02-28-2009, 03:17 PM
 
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Best place is anywhere you want to be.
Worst place is anywhere you hate to be.
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Old 07-13-2009, 06:04 PM
 
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Depends on what you want. Mountains? Foothills? Plains? Big house? Small house? Land? Budget? Need to commute to a job?
First, of course, I need to get a job there. I'm hoping to get one that pays the same or more as where I am now (roughly $42,000 annually - not much I know). BTW, I live in Fairfield, CA. I'm in a farming area which is very private and quiet. I lucked out on this place because I found out about it from a friend who knew the owner. I would like to work semi-close to work for economic reasons. I prefer to live somewhere that won't be very populated. Big house or small depends on price range. I'm planning to rent until I can get well established in a job. I work for a community college which I love so I'll probably be looking for employment at an educational institution for starters.
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Old 07-14-2009, 09:30 AM
 
Location: Wyoming
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I would nail down a job before moving here or at least have some really strong leads. There are thousands and thousands of people that move here looking for work and find themselves in a bind. Jobs are getting more and more scarce despite what the stimulus is supposed to be doing. I put a part time $10 an hour position in our local paper and got 40 resumes including some people with Masters in Education.
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Old 07-15-2009, 03:51 PM
 
Location: Sunnyvale, CA
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My personal pick for best place is Denver because it's got a lot to offer as far as a city, and yet it's only an hour from the mountains. I think that's really cool.
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