Colorado Real Estate News

Denver’s Best Neighborhoods to Relocate

Denver, Colorado has continued to make national headlines as one of the top cities to live over the past few years. The attention has brought companies like Charles Schwab and X and Y to the Denver area , along with anywhere between 75,000 and 100,000 people (per year) to Colorado. With such a hot real estate market in Denver, we wanted to introduce some great neighborhoods and cities in the Denver area that are not as widely known to people relocating to the Denver area.

Denver’s Hidden Pockets 

Backcountry, Highlands Ranch

There’s always something going on in Highlands Ranch with a wide variety of community events scheduled throughout the year.  It’s a place where you can grow, learn, prosper, and enjoy a highly desirable Colorado lifestyle on your terms. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listing:

10611 Autumnsong Court

Walk into the refreshingly versatile Northern Sky plan and find all the living spaces necessary to put down roots and stay awhile.

Listed by: Aimee Twarogowski

Denver Relocate | Highlands Ranch


Castle Pines

Castle Pines Village is among the most coveted communities in Colorado. Nestled within vast expanses of towering pines, Castle Pines Village showcases panoramic mountain vistas, dramatic sandstone cliffs, plus wildflowers and gamble oak throughout 3,000 acres where diverse Denver Real Estate ranges from magnificent custom mansions to stylish golf homes. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listings:

761 International Isle

Masterful perfection by Copperleaf Homes in Castle Pines Village showcasing exceptional designer finishes throughout & captivating mountain views from almost every window.

Listed By: Dotson Skaggs

Denver Relocate | 761 International Isle

146 Capulin Place

If you’re looking for the ultimate in private luxury living, then this Colorado custom mountain home was made for you!

Listed By: Helm Weaver Helm

Denver Relocate | 146 Capulin

145 Capulin Place

At the end of a cul-de-sac, on the 16th fairway with stunning golf course views. Incredible family home for the money!

Listed By: Annzo Phelps

Relocate Denver | 145 Capulin

Castle Pines Village 50+ Home Sites

These home sites are for the luxury minded and the community speaks to that buyer. The lots are from $395,000 up. They range from .5 acres to 6 acres. Many of them are heavily wooded and have gorgeous views to Pikes Peak, the front range, and mountain peaks to the west. This is a gated community with two Jack Nicklaus golf courses, two swim clubs, fitness center, tennis courts, and 24-hour security and emergency services.

Listed By: Annzo Phelps & Chrissy Smith

Relocate Denver | CPV Lots


Nestled in Colorado’s magnificent high country, Evergreen is conveniently located just 15 miles west of Denver, therefore making it easy for many residents to commute to their workplace in the metro Denver area. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listing:

2553 Elk Valley Road

Saddle up and savor the luxuriousness and privacy of this exclusive 35-acre equestrian estate in Evergreen, Colorado. Mere minutes from I-70 and Denver, but worlds away from all the hustle and bustle.

Listed By: Christopher Howey

Relocate Denver | 2553 Elk Valley Road


Golden is nestled between the majestic Rocky Mountains and two scenic mesas, as a result you are guaranteed a beautiful backdrop no matter where in Golden you are lucky enough to find yourself.  The city offers a wide array of activities and attractions for residents and visitors alike. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listing:

1920 Larkspur Drive

Architectural masterpiece with Mt. Evans and Arapahoe Views! Post and beam constructed home with endless possibilities. Unparalleled design featuring floor to ceiling windows, exposed beams, 6 fireplaces, wood accented ceilings, and dramatic snowcapped views from almost every room.

Listed By: Ann Lenane & Angela Beldy

Relocate Denver | 1920 Larkspur


Littleton is a unique, stunning community with beautiful homes, mature trees, large lots, and park-like landscapes. It is comprised of separate exclusive neighborhoods each with their distinctive charms, attributes, and amenities. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listings:

10187 Blue Blood Place

Exceptional quality, craftsmanship, and privacy abound! Custom Colorado style home, zoned for horses, perched on 2.3 acres with sweeping front range views, backs to the Highline Canal, with access to miles of trails.

Listed By: The AdenBell Group

Relocate Denver | 10187 Blue Blood Place

1 White Fir Court

This pristine Ken-Caryl home on private cul-de-sac, sits on an elegant 22,000 square foot lot.

Listed By: Patsy Brown

Denver Relocate

5131 Juniper Street

Back on the market after new landscaping! Spectacular modern custom ranch home with stunning views, close proximity to lake & beach.

Listed By: Rollie Jordan

Denver Relocation



Morrison’s small main street is filled with restaurants, quaint shops, and antique haunts. The high-end, critic-approved, wild-game establishment known as The Fort is a replica of Bent’s Old Fort, an adobe building that is a celebration of the West that features a décor and southwestern food, quality wines, and decadent desserts. Morrison is best known for Red Rocks Amphitheatre, one of the most renowned outdoor concert venues on the planet. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listing:

16321 Gentian Lane

Sprawling ranch with 4,800 finished square feet. Large corner lot with mountain & city views. Colorado lifestyle at its best!

Listed By: Greg Margheim & Kelly Sophinos

Denver Relocation Guide



Westminster is an award-winning community with an international reputation for livability, a tradition of excellence in parks and recreation, a leadership role in technology, and a reputation for sound financial management.  The community is a three-time winner of the National Recreation and Park Association Gold Medal Award recognizing excellence in park and recreation management. Click here to learn more.

Featured Listing:

1255 Huntington Trails Parkway

Step inside this beautiful custom-built residence that backs up to open space with its own private pond and two private decks, a fire pit and a gas BBQ grill, allowing you the privacy you need to enjoy spectacular mountain views.

Listed By: Jamie Slough & Mor Zucker

Colorado Real Estate News

Prohibited: Things Your Moving Company Won’t Touch

Moving DayIt’s not every day that you pack up all of your belongings to move across town or the country. In this regard, moving companies can be a life saver. They will carry everything you own down three flights of stairs, out a window and through the rain. Well, almost everything that is. There are certain things movers draw the line at. Before you start packing up your possessions, become familiar with the list of items that your moving company will not move for you.

Hazardous Materials
Federal law bans moving companies from transporting hazardous materials, which shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. If it looks or smells dangerous, chances are they won’t be loading it into the back of a moving van. As a general rule of thumb, anything you can’t ship or dispose of regularly is prohibited. The list ranges from propane and gasoline tanks to liquid bleach, charcoal, corrosives and even nail polish remover. The best plan is to use up these items or dispose of them properly, then restock once you’ve settled into your new home.

House Plants
There might be a few moving companies that are willing to throw a house plant or two in the back of a moving van, but most won’t allow any plants on a local or cross country move. Some states are sensitive about plants. It is illegal to transport plants over 150 miles without a special license. Many officials worry about the plants transporting pests such as emerald ash borers and other problems with them and introducing them into new areas. So if your house plants are extremely important to you, you might have to bite the bullet and transport them yourself, or simply leave them behind.

Food and Pantry Items
Non-perishable food items can be transported but perishable items are a definite no. This includes frozen foods and open containers, no matter what the expiration date. Transporting food can attract all sorts of issues, and living things, along the way. And that could put your belongings and the movers at risk. Pack only sealed food with a long shelf life. If you want to take the perishable items with you, put them in a cooler to bring along in your own car. Or try to use as many of these items as you can before the move.

Valuable/Personal Items
Technically, these items aren’t among the things that movers refuse to handle. But it is always a good idea to keep your valuable items with you instead of leaving them in the hands of someone else. You don’t want to risk losing jewelry, cash, credit cards, birth certificates, passports or things that have sentimental value to you.