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Old 10-30-2014, 08:23 AM
 
Location: Breckenridge
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Pretty rough how? Is it the lack of inventory (talking about women, not houses)? I have been married for almost 15 years, so I don't know much about the dating scene, but one thing I can say is that I think you will find a much larger % of people here, single women included, who take care of themselves and their bodies. Does that translate into more "attractive" people? I think so, but you would have to be the judge. This is a big metro, so there are always exceptions to this rule.

And, if you end up not moving, and you are a 40 Y.O. single male who is willing to spend up to 1.5M on a house, let me know, and I can think of some people that I would like to set you up with in Houston. Don't worry, they are lovely women who are not hipsters........
I don't mean how attractive they are. People are in much better shape there than here. I just heard the guy to girl ratio is not good. In Houston we have more young singles than we know what to do with. A friend told me there are much less single women there.
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:27 AM
 
Location: Breckenridge
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He wants to walk to bars and restaurants. Those neighborhoods are limited in their walk ability with the exception of Platt Park and Capitol Hill which are definitely worth him looking at.

Wash Park and Cherry Creek as he listed would be very good bets. Highland would also be very nice.

As for the M3, I drove one for 3 years. Eventually ditched it for an S4, but I drive in the mountains a lot. M3 with snow tires in the city was just fine. It just wasn't good in the mountains.

I really think if I was in your situation, I would be in Highland.
I think I will keep my M3 and just buy a SUV. I don't need anything fancy. It will be easier to move the dogs around when I don't care about them tearing up my car.
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:32 AM
 
Location: Washington Park, Denver
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How much house do you want? You may not need to max that budget out.
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Old 10-30-2014, 10:18 AM
 
Location: Breckenridge
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How much house do you want? You may not need to max that budget out.
This is not happening right now. This won't happen for almost a year. I just wanted to check out the neighborhoods and look at houses. I have been to Denver several times. I don't really want a lot of house. I hate most of the architecture I have seen online. The ones I like are newer construction which means large sq footage. I am pretty picky. The nice thing is I have plenty of time to figure out things. Thanks for the help everyone.
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