Relocating to the Denver Metro Area

Relocating is always challenging. The research alone to find the right place to live is daunting, not to mention actually moving schools, jobs, cities, and houses. There’s an overwhelming amount of information out there and your to-do list keeps getting longer and longer. Let me help you cross items off your list, sort through information, and find a new home in the perfect area.

Common Relocation Concerns 

I relocated to Colorado when I was 21 years old with a duffel bag full of clothing essentials from Wal-Mart because my car was broken into and everything I owned (wasn’t much at that point) was stolen. I also had roughly $500. I’ll never be that free again! 

Now that wouldn’t be so easy. There are so many details to worry about when relocating to a different country, state, and even just across a city. The most common concerns include:

Learning and picking which schools and school district for your children to attend

Length of commutes to work, schools, dining, church, etc

How to connect with others in a new community

Picking the right community and neighborhood

Trusting a stranger to be your real estate representative 

Simply getting answers to your questions 

 

New and Incoming Companies to the Denver Metro Area

Denver’s a growing city with many large companies moving to the area from all over the country. Here are a handful that will be making the move soon.

British Petroleum                    

BP is moving it’s “Lower 48” Headquarters to the Highland/Lohi neighborhood of Denver from Houston in the beginning of 2018. I made the move from Houston myself almost 20 years ago. I’m glad I did, but there are some slight cultural differences that Houston migrants need to be aware of, like the only place to get good brisket in Denver. That’s right, there’s only one. Trust me, it took me 19 years to find it!

 eFolder-Atlanta tech company creating 108 local jobs

ChromaDex-California-based bioscience company moving to Longmont

Travelport-Travel company from the UK. Is consolidating its U.S operations to two hubs located in Denver and Atlanta.

Future Venture Capital- a Japanese VC firm will be setting up shop in Ft. Collins as it expands into the U.S. market.

 

Resources to Help You Get Acquainted with the Denver Area

Denver Area Public Schools 

Denver Area Private Schools 

Things To Do in Denver 

 

Relocating is never an easy thing to do, however, a lot of pressure can be relieved when you work with a qualified real estate agent that cares about making the transition as easy as possible.  You can have your questions answered quickly, providing comfort through comprehensive local knowledge. Let us help you out and have your back. 

 

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