When people talk about great American cities they always mention New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago, but more and more people are beginning to add Denver to that list. Why?
Denver has all the perks of living in a big city without the noise, crime and high prices. Visitors from bigger cities often remark on how relaxed people seem here. Denver residents have quick access to hiking, camping, fishing and national treasures like Rocky Mountain National Park and Red Rocks Amphitheater. Denver has led the craft beer boom and boasts an impressive restaurant, nightlife and music scene.
There are huge opportunities in Denver for anyone looking to start a business or who are looking for a career. Forbes Magazine recently rated 401 American metropolitan areas looking for the best city for business and Denver topped their list! According to Forbes, “The Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metro area, home to 2.8 million people, is attractive for its diverse economy, highly educated labor force and outdoor recreational opportunities. Companies are increasingly choosing Denver as the site for new operations or to relocate.”
You might think with all this great Denver press that buying a house here would be too expensive, but the cost of living in Denver is still relatively inexpensive compared to big cities. Moving to Denver this fall is a win win.