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Old 01-02-2009, 02:31 PM
 
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Hi,

Wanted to know if anyone can tell about Denver and if its a good place to start up since where I live now the job market pays low and doesn't balance out with the cost of living.

I am interested in knowing if you think the food is resonably priced....where I live now hamburger is $4.99 lb. Is it the same there?

I am interested in knowing the ruff neighborhoods in Denver so I know to avoid those areas.

Are there any short term apartments that don't cost that much and are month to month while I search for a permanent place to live?

Do you know of any help services that help with putting a down payment on a place to live?

How far away is Colorado Springs?

Any good suburb towns of Denver that are reasonable places to live?

Any help on any of this is much appreciated! Happy New Year!
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Old 01-02-2009, 05:15 PM
 
Location: Arvada, CO
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I am interested in knowing the ruff neighborhoods in Denver so I know to avoid those areas.
Do a search, one person's ghetto is another's paradise.

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Do you know of any help services that help with putting a down payment on a place to live?
There are apartments here with deposits as low as $99. That's what I put down on my apartment when I first moved here.

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How far away is Colorado Springs
1-1.5 hours. Depends on traffic/weather.

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Any good suburb towns of Denver that are reasonable places to live?
No, not a one.


Sorry, couldn't resist. Every Denver suburb has reasonable places to live. Do a thread/post search or do some independent research. Or, you could ask us about a specific address/intersection.

I would suggest looking for a central location (or a job, so we'd have a location to go by) with a reasonable rent/deposit you can afford.
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Old 01-02-2009, 08:55 PM
 
Location: Foot of the Rockies
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Also, take a look at Mapquest or google maps for information about how far it is from Point "A" to Point "B".
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