Moving From Nj To Colorado
What about the ups and downs of moving from New Jersey to Colorado?
I lived in Edison, New Jersey for many years of my life. I have the same plan you are planning and I must say that I am very happy that I moved to Colorado.
I would not recommend Louisville. It's a long journey into the city and, as a relatively young person, you can lose a part of your life.
I would suggest some areas of Denver that have a suburban feel but are still close to the city.
Littleton Colorado is a great place, with a great main road and a wide range of reserves on the outskirts of the city. Reserves are good for kings and so on. Littleton is also great because a train is going to town. You can buy a 2/3 bedroom house in Littleton for 200,000.
I also recommend Washington Park. It's a modern suburban neighborhood, just minutes from Dotto. You have your whole life, etc., but you don't have to live in a small attic. Expensive, but property tax is not as bad as T-shirts!
Louisville isn't a bad thing, but it's a long way in town ... worse with snow
I live in Colorado Springs. The first emotion must have been the Denver Broncos! Colorado is growing very fast. Looks like everyone moved here from California. If you're an outsider, you'll love it here. Obviously there are a lot of good iers skiers out there. You won't be too far away from Hawk, CO, which is a lot of fun. If you are a party goer, at the front door of Boulder, University of Colorado, Hugh Party Scale, you will have no problem finding a party. There are so many things to do in Denver. Always practice whenever you want. The Pepsi Center has many programs where nougat is played. Denver also has the 16th Street Mall, which has lots of space and good restaurants. I know you can use 3 to 4 bedrooms in the spring for about 200 200,000, I don't know in Louise. Colorado also has good weather, we get sunshine almost every day. If it snows, it can only be on the ground for one day, except for a blizzard. Overall, CO is a great place for a family to live and work.
I don't know much about Louisville, Colorado, but it's hard to travel to Denver from the suburbs. The region he spoke of is one of the fastest growing in the country. Also remember that the area you are talking about is close to the mountains, but not directly on them, but flat like pancakes on the edge of the great plains and on the outskirts of the city. However, I love Colorado and you'll be close to skiing and hiking in the Rocky Mountains. You definitely get more money when you use it.
I'm from New Jersey too and I hate being here. Too much traffic, too much noise, too much pressure, people still hate each other, air quality is too expensive, the list goes on. I am currently studying in college and have a degree in education / movement science to become a physical education teacher and football coach. I wanted to know if I should leave early and complete my education in Colorado or graduate here in New Jersey and then move there. I definitely want to go to Colorado. I'm a person who loves the outdoors, I love snowboarding, I love snow and I generally love mountains, hiking, hiking, off-pasting, camping, kayaking, basically all sports and outdoor activities. Am I was never really a city boy because I was born and raised in that city. I don't want to start a family here.