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Old 03-16-2007, 04:46 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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Just wondering if any fellow refugees from the cold and snow have relocated to northern Colorado? If so, where did you come from and where are you living now?
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Old 03-19-2007, 09:54 AM
 
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I am from Mn.... however- not in Coloradoo yet- but making a job relocation move probably this fall. WE are deciding which area to live in. Any ideas??
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Old 03-19-2007, 02:25 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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I am from Mn.... however- not in Coloradoo yet- but making a job relocation move probably this fall. WE are deciding which area to live in. Any ideas??
It depends on so many variables. Is it just you or family? Are you job-hunting already or will you wait till you get here? What kind of work will you look for? Do you want to live in a city, the Plains or in the mountains? What kind of price range are you looking at?

I can only speak for my area which is the Front Range/N Colorado (Boulder, Longmont, Lyons, Loveland, Fort Collins). Boulder is VERY expensive for property altho a lovely area. As you may have gathered from other postings here people either love it or hate it - I've always enjoyed it. Longmont is definitely more affordable and a lot larger but still close to the mountains. Some might call it more blue-collar. Lyons is like Boulder only smaller and more down-to-earth and considered a Mountain Town. Loveland and Fort Collins are like your basic business/residential towns.
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Old 03-20-2007, 08:14 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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I am also from Minnesota, and plan on moving out there this summer. We are also trying to narrow down our area. We want to be some what close to the mountains, in a reasonable priced town.
It will be my husband, daughter who is 12 and myself, with our two Yorkies. What is the housing like in Fort Collins, Loveland or surrounding towns like? Do they have anything reasonable for housing? They say it is a buyers market, so just trying to find the right place, for the right price. You can pm me so we can talk more about it. Thanks, Yorkie
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