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Are You Considering Living In Denver? Top 3 Best Denver Neighborhoods | Moving To Denver…Are you considering moving to Denver, but you really don’t know where to live and you’re just curious what the heck are the best Denver neighborhoods? Look no further! I’ve made a list of the top 3 best Denver neighborhoods to live in or move to!

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  1. Looking to rent. Max around 1500/month. Somewhere with a decent commute to the airport as I will work there. Any suggestions?

  2. stay out of Colorado its full ! to much traffic and all these transplants are littering and ruining the state theres trash on most rivers and trails these days its actually really sad even just 3 years ago was way better than now

  3. Wow it too expensive!!! I should just stay in New York….Pueblo and Greeley may be decent…Colorado has gotten to be more expensive and congested…

  4. Highlands used to be one of the scarier neighborhoods in Denver.
    You would not have wanted to be there, in the 1990s.
    Now, though, it's a world of difference.
    North High School still struggles, but the area is coming along nicely.

    LoDo is officially known as the Union Station neighborhood, for obvious reasons.
    Most of the light rail lines stop at the old train station, as does Amtrak.

    Washington Park is a great neighborhood, too.
    It's an urban residential area with lots of things to do, close by.

    Of the three neighborhoods they discussed, only Highlands is even remotely affordable for most people.
    My personal favorite neighborhood, Capitol Hill, remains the Bohemian area of Denver, and it costs about as much as Highlands, or perhaps a bit more, but not so much as Union Station or Wash Park.

    If you look in the older neighborhoods of Five Points, Whittier, Cole or even Baker (although that last is changing), you can find some more affordable places.
    A lot of the houses in those areas are fixer-uppers, though, but that's a feature more than a bug.
    The real estate market in Denver is so good that sweat and money spent on remodeling pays off handsomely, within a very (very!) short time.

  5. I am thinking about moving in the near future and I have $61,155.74 saved up at the moment. Would you say that is a good amount of money to have saved up for someone at the age of 24 and is it enough to move somewhere with?

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