Denver Real Estate Agent and Relocation Expert
Denver and Colorful Colorado: where the west begins!
When we announced we were moving to Denver the caterwauling about how far from "here" and the implications that the snow would be "so" deep, one almost thought it was 1878, not 1978. True, the relocation move to Denver was an adventure, yet when we saw those majestic peaks we were hooked! And we immediately started the exporation of those mountains by jeep trail and on foot, with a little horseback thrown in. The Rocky Mountains of Colorado reach out so high that the average elevation of the state is more than a mile above sea level, making it the highest of all the states. More than 50 of these peaks rise above 10,000 feet (3,000 meters), and 25 of them are at least 14,000 feet (4,267 meters) high. Part of the Continental Divide, Colorado's Rocky Mountain ranges separate rivers that flow to the Gulf of Mexico from those that flow to the Pacific Ocean.
Helping Nice Folks Since 1985!
Pete Doty, Licensed Colorado Real Estate Broker since 1985
Pete Doty was completely professional and clearly explained every step of the process to me. His strategy for selling the property worked well and the outcome was wonderful.
Jacquie, Centennial, CO
Planning to move to Denver or just across town? A relocation move is often disconcerting and creates an uncertainty about the "new" neighborhood. The schools, the groceries, the parks, and recreation opportunities are all part of the location decision. And of course, the commute to work. Having lived in Denver since 1978 and a licensed Denver Realtor since 1985, I can help guide you in the process. I am also "approved" by most relocation companies to assist relocating employees.
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it offers you relevant relocation and house hunting information as well as being a resource of information to get you started on your move to Denver, expanding your knowledge of the relocation system. Within this site are city listings and historical information; links to homes for sale and maps; preparation for home buying and selling; schools information; communities and lifestyle; plus fun and recreation opportunities for the relocating employee. There is also a free Newcomer's Relocation Guide that is beneficial.