Boulder is big draw for Atmospheric Science

According to a recent report in the Denver Post, Colorado has a higher concentration of atmospheric and space scientists than other states — with a concentration, mostly in the Boulder and Larimer County areas, of 9.65 times the national average.

With both the National Center for Atmospheric Research headquarters and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration region office being located in Boulder, as well as the high science concentration at the University of Colorado – CU Boulder and , Colorado State University it’s little wonder why.

As of May, 2013, there were 1,800 atmospheric and space scientists in the state, the article reported, making an average annual wage of $94,400 — slightly above the national median income for that career field.

According to the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, atmospheric scientists study the weather and climate and how it impacts people and the earth.  They mostly work in weather stations, offices, and laboratories. Employment in that career field is expected to grow 10 percent by 2020.

Other jobs with a high concentration of employment in Colorado, the Denver Post reported, include mining and geological engineers, geoscientists, bicycler repairers, sports officials, and slaughterers and meat packers. Each of these career fields reflect something unique about the state, including its extractive industry, its dedication to fitness, and its strong agricultural background.

Whether you’re a scientist, an engineer, you work in bicycle repair or sports, or one of the many other occupations drawn to Boulder Colorado, there’s a home and a neighborhood here that will be perfect for you. Housing Helpers knows the  Boulder area and we’re looking forward to helping you find the place where you belong. If you’re looking for a Boulder Real Estate Company  contact Housing Helpers to find out more about our services.

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Boulder Colorado is the leanest City…..again

Boulder Colorado is an outdoor recreation and fitness mecca that is home to over three hundred sunny days per year on average.  Simply living in Boulder makes getting up off the couch that much easier than most American City’s.

According to the recent results of the annual Gallup-Healthways Well-Being index, Boulder again has the lowest rate of adult obesity in the nation. The city has achieved this honor every year since 2008, with the exception of 2009.

Only 12.4 percent of Boulder’s adult residents are considered obese. It is the only one of 189 metropolitan statistical areas surveyed in 2013 with an obesity rate below 15 percent. Nationwide, the obesity rate among adults is at 27.1 percent — the highest that Gallup-Healthways has recorded since it began its yearly surveys in 2008.

In order to determine the results of its survey, Gallup interviewed at least 300 people in each of the 189 metropolitan statistical areas. The used the self-reported height and weight of those individuals to calculate Body Mass Index scores, with BMI scores of over 30 being considered obese.

Boulder Colorado was one of three front range metro areas to make the list of the least obese, joined by Fort Collins-Loveland at third, with a rate of 18.2 percent, and Denver-Aurora, tied for sixth, with a rate of 19.3 percent. Among the largest metro communities, with more than one million residents, Denver-Aurora was tied for least obese with San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA.

Colorado has ranked among the top ten states for frequent exercise every year since Gallup has been tracking, this year coming in fifth place with 59.8 percent of residents surveyed reporting 3 or more days of exercise a week.

Boulder and other communities in Colorado are a draw to those who enjoy the outdoors. We’re proud to call this fit place our home. If you’d like to make it your home too, Housing Helpers is glad to assist you in finding a great neighborhood. For more information, contact us today.

 

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relocation tips for children

Relocation tips for children

Spring has finally arrived, bringing along the season to get to work on long overdue house projects or possibly a move to a new home.  Whether you and your family are preparing for a corporate relocation for a new job, moving into a larger home in a different part of town, or changing addresses to be closer to family, the impact on your family, especially children, can be monumental.

Tips to Help Children With A Relocation

There are three phases to most household moves, and as a family, finding ways to support children through each one can make the adjustment to a new home less stressful for the whole family.

1- Getting Ready

Once you know a move is required, plan to share the news with your children and work to make sure everyone in the family understands the reason for the move.  Children will revisit the reason for the move often as they work through their feelings about this change in their lives.

It is also important to include children in the process of moving and to maintain good communication for everyone in the family. Simple ideas to help include keeping a calendar or list of tasks posted for the whole family to see, giving children age appropriate tasks to help with the move, and building in fun activities to balance out the work, giving the family some well-needed relaxation time. Scheduling family meetings can help as a check-in with everyone, too.

2- Moving Time

When the time comes to move to your new home, emotions can be running high. It is important to balance the need to say goodbye to your home, friends and community with all the work that needs to be done in the last couple of days.

Try getting each child a journal or scrapbook to put pictures or memories from their old home and friends. Leaving a small memento at your old home can allow children to say goodbye, like adding a plant or flower to the garden or tucking a note or special treasure in their room.

Lastly, packing a small bag or backpack with moving supplies for each child, like their favorite toys, a map of their new neighborhood or city, stationary or postcards to write notes or pictures to friends and family can be helpful.

3- Home Again

The key to settling into a new home is a combination of finding special places in your new town to explore and recognizing that getting comfortable in a new home or town takes time. Include your child in activities, like trips to the store to get new household items, and picking out items for their room.

Research local events and festivals, resources like libraries and park, and activities like sports, camps or classes to help connect your children to their new community and support them making friends.

Relocating can be overwhelming, but understanding the steps involved can help you and your family enjoy the adventure and weather the challenges. If you and your family need assistance with your corporate relocation or move, please contact us today.

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Property management

6 Emerging Trends in Property Management

It’s no secret that technology has changed the property management industry for renters and Landlords alike.   But which trends are shaping the future of property management right now?

Mobile Leasing Tools

According to an article in Apartment Management Magazine, “ 87% of electronic device sales will be tablets and smartphones” ….which means property managers will need to accommodate mobile prospects and applicants with mobile online leasing tools.  If you’re not targeting mobile users you’re missing out on a huge segment of the renter demographic.

Social Media

One of the latest and most effective tools for potential tenants and property managers to meet is on social media outlets. This has become one of the most effective ways for each of them to learn what type of living rental space is offered and what’s needed. The apartment marketing industry is now utilizing social media more than ever before to connect with prospective renters.

Ratings and Reviews

An online rating can carry a lot of weight with a many potential tenants. Bad reviews tend to get too much attention.  Property management companies need to develop a program to get satisfied renters to post positive reviews and give good ratings. These types of programs are a worthy investment that can provide a good return.

Aesthetics

Renters are increasingly looking for living spaces that are visually appealing.  Gone are the days of cookie cutter apartments with beige carpet and white walls.  Renters prefer properties with unique interior design elements like accent walls, plank flooring, and wine racks as well as exterior elements like attractive curb appeal.

Green Living & Energy Efficiency

Todays renters want to see low-energy appliances and better thermal performance from their apartments. Green ratings are becoming more popular with on line listing services so renters can search for and easily identify efficient apartments.  There is also an increased demand for green space. Some property managers are providing community gardens and food share programs for their green conscious clientele.

Increase in Renters

The current economic climate has created an environment where fewer individuals are purchasing homes and more are renting. This is especially true with young adults that view renting as more convenient, more affordable, and more flexible than homeownership. This trend is expected to only increase in the coming years.

If you would like to know more about the trends in property management we can help. Contact us today and learn more.

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Colorado Real Estate, walkable neighbrohoods

The best walkable cities in Colorado

If you’re looking for a new home and wondering what the best walkable cities in Colorado are, you’re not alone.

When relocating to a new home, more and more people are looking for a walkable neighborhood with a diverse mix of homes, shopping and businesses. The National Association of Realtors highlights this trend in the recent 2013 Community Preference Survey. As real estate agents, we strive to stay current on these trends and help you find the perfect community for your next move.

According to the report, more than sixty percent to people prefer a walkable neighborhood with a diverse mix of uses. The trend continues to move away from sprawling suburban communities that require significant driving between home, work and school. Interestingly, people are more willing to make trade offs between the size of the home where they live and the commute they have to work or to school.

In fact, more than two-thirds of people respond that the choice of neighborhood is more important than the size of the home, and more than half of people are willing to have a small yard if they can have a shorter commute to the office. Yet, even with these trade offs people still prefer a single-family home, but clearly enjoy having ease of access to employment centers, shopping and neighborhood schools and activities.

Why is this important if you are looking for homes in Colorado?  Well, there are many great walkable cities in Colorado.  In particular the City of Boulder and Denver Metro areas have an amazing diversity of walkable neighborhoods.  And of course it depends what you prefer to walk to: hiking trails or sushi restaurants.  That sort of thing.

So what are the best walkable cities in Colorado?  The answer really is “it depends”.   Disappointed?  Sorry.  There are just so many individual preferences and factors that define the best walkable neighborhood.  One of our favorites is The Highlands neighborhood in Denver.  Ok here’s another one The  Mapleton neighborhood in downtown Boulder.  There you go.   Feel better?

If you’re looking for the best walkable cities in Colorado we would love to help and find the perfect home and walkable neighborhood in Colorado for you. Contact us today!

Interlocken Apartments Broomfield Colorado

New Interlocken apartments Broomfield open for rent

These brand new Interlocken apartments Broomfield for rent are ideally located between Boulder and Denver in the Broomfield Interlocken Advanced Technology Park.  These luxury Interlocken Broomfield apartments are surrounded by outstanding dining, shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities.   With new construction finishing up in 2014 you can be one of the first to rent a brand new apartment in Interlocken!  For leasing information and move-in specials call Housing Helpers at 303.545.6000.

Interlocken Apartments with modern interiors

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These new Interlocken Broomfield apartments feature unique floor plans with designer palettes, fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, elegant granite countertops, faux wood flooring, washers and dryers, ceiling fans, spacious walk-in closets, and incredible views.

  • Unique floor plans with designer palettes
  • Fully-equipped kitchens with stainless steel refrigerator & microwave
  • Elegant granite countertops
  • Designer lighting package with pendant lights in kitchens
  • Faux wood flooring
  • Washer and dryer in all apartments
  • Ceiling fans in living rooms and bedrooms
  • Spacious walk-in closets
  • Incredible scenic views
* In select apartment homes

Interlocken Broomfield Apartments with luxury amenities

[su_carousel source="media: 703,702,701,698,704" width="900" height="300" title="no" speed="400"]These new luxury Interlocken Broomfield apartments boast exceptional amenities that include a resort-style pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge and clubroom with business center, cyber café, manicured courtyards with outdoor kitchen and fireplace, rooftop deck with outdoor fireplace and grill,large pet park with paw wash area, and covered garage parking

  • Resort pool with sundeck and amazing views of the Flatiron Mountains
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Expansive resident lounge and clubroom with business center
  • Cyber café with computer stations and Wi-Fi
  • Manicured courtyards with outdoor kitchen and fireplace
  • Rooftop deck with outdoor fireplace and bar-b-q grill
  • Large pet park with paw wash area
  • Covered garage parking
  • Designed to qualify for LEED Silver designation
  • Smoke-free community — inside and out

Conveniently Located Interlocken Apartments

Residents of these Interlocken Broomfield apartments can enjoy hiking or biking on nearby trails, golf at the award-winning Omni Interlocken Golf Course, or outstanding shopping and dining at the nearby Flatiron Crossing Mall. With convenient access to RTD busses, US-36, and the Interlocken Loop, getting where you want to go is easy.

GREEN smoke free apartments in Interlocken

Residents of these northwest suburban Interlocken Broomfield apartments will live green because AMLI at Interlocken is targeting LEED Silver certification. And luxury Interlocken apartment residents will Breatheasy because this is a smoke-free community, inside and out.

Interlocken Apartments Availabilty and Leasing Information

For Interlocken Broomfield apartment rental leasing information contact Housing Helpers at 303.545.6000, emails us at boulderinfo@housinghelpers.com or stop by one of our office locations.

 

Denver Home Improvements

Denver home improvements with the best returns

If you’re buying a home, you often want to know whether a remodel in the home you’re considering is worth the higher price. If you’re planning to sell, you want to account for your renovations in your asking price.

The “2013 Cost vs Value Report” released by Remodeling Magazine reveals that after a six-year decline, the national average cost-value ratio for home improvement projects rose 60.6 percent. This means that lower renovation costs are producing higher returns when the house is sold.

The following shows some of the costs and returns for mid-range home renovations in Denver, Colorado.

  • The highest percentage return belonged to a minor kitchen remodel that updated 200 square feet. It replaced cabinet and drawer fronts but kept the existing boxes. It also included new counters, a more energy-efficient wall oven and cooktop, and a mid-ranged sink with faucet. The project returned 76.2 percent, of $13,603, of its $17,849 cost.

 

  • The most expensive job and the highest resale value was adding a 24-by-16 second story that included a second-floor bedroom and full bath with a fiberglass tub and shower. The project also included a first-floor family room with a gas fireplace and atrium-style exterior doors. This cost an average $147,309 and returned $94,226, or 64 percent.

 

  • The lowest percentage return of 42.8 percent, or $29,727, went to a sunroom addition, which cost an average $69,626. This project constructed a 200-square-foot structure with post-and-beam framing on a slab-on-grade foundation. The room boasted 10 aluminum-clad ventin skylights, ceiling fans, and insulation on the non-glass areas.

For more information on how a renovation can change the value of a home, or if you want to get into the Denver real estate market, please contact our Denver Real Estate Agents today.   303.545.6000

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Off Campus Housing CU Boulder | Five Steps for Moving Off Campus

For most CU Boulder students, off campus housing means the transition to living off campus and their first exposure to life in the “real world” outside of the structured purview of university boundaries. It’s an exciting time for students. For parents it brings a new set of concerns and worries, but with some planning and a little guidance the process of moving off campus can be a rewarding experience for all.

Step 1: Start planning EARLY and define your needs

In Boulder, planning should start well in advance of your estimated move date. In some college towns preleasing of rentals units starts as early as one year in advance.  For off campus housing CU Boulder area rentals starts preleasing about 6 to 9 months in advance.

Start by asking the basic questions and getting on the same page with your roommates or housemates.

  • How many bedrooms and bathrooms are you looking for?
  • How much can you afford?
  • Do you have pets?
  • How long of lease do you want?
  • What kinds of amenities are MUST HAVES?
  • When do you plan on moving in? Summer, Fall, Mid-Semester?

Step 2: Choose your location, location, location…

Get familiar with the different neighborhoods of Boulder and the areas of town. Note the proximity to CU Boulder, amenities, and transportation. Don’t rely on others and their opinions – take the time to investigate and explore your options first hand. It’s also a good idea to browse listings on line in advance to get a feel for rental rates and availability in different parts of town.

Step 3: Get professional help with your search.

Ok, we’re going to be a bit biased here, and we think for good reason.  Housing Helpers offers one of the best resources for Off Campus Housing CU Boulder that student can find anywhere.  Its a totally free service and our rental specialists are not trying to sell you on any property, they are not employees of a property management company or property owner which means they provide unbiased help to you.  Ok that said, normally you would start by identifying local property management companies, apartment locator services, and real estate agencies that specialize in student rental housing in your area. Many college towns have established student rental agencies and off campus housing resources available for students to utilize in their housing search. Seek them out, visit their offices, and get to know them. Ask a lot of questions and use your gut instincts to decide which ones you are comfortable with. Also check with your on campus student services as they may have suggestions for you.

Step 4: Be prepared to qualify

For office campus housing CU Boulder most landlords and property managers will ask you to meet certain qualifying criteria in order to be considered for tenancy. The criteria will vary depending on the landlord and the property. Remember that it is ultimately up to the individual property owner or landlord to decide what they want from a student renter (and their parents) to feel comfortable renting to them- so be prepared, polite, and be professional – you are essentially going through an interview process.

Common requirements for qualifying for off campus housing near CU Boulder rental property include:

  • Parental guarantee – this is an addendum to the lease document whereby the parents of the student renters will sign a guarantee of the lease agreement.
  • Security deposit equal to one month’s rental rate or more.
  • First and last month’s rental payments made in advance.
  • Credit checks, and positive rental history verifications.
  • Eviction checks
  • Criminal background checks

Step 5: Be safe and beware of scams

When moving off campus in Boulder your students’ safety will be a top priority. As student renters are going off campus for the first time they need to be aware of the many dangers lurking in the rental market- and they need to take some precautions.

Popular rental search sites like Craigslist, Zillow, and others have become hotbeds for scammers, criminals, and ghost postings. There are new varieties of scams popping up daily in the rental world. Students are particularly at risk as scammers tend to target college towns with ample supply of rental units and renters.

One of the more common scams is the ghost posting. A ghost posting is a type of scam whereby the scammer copies information from a real rental listing and then reposts it under his own account and contact information – creating a fake rental listing using the actual property photos, address, and details for a real property. The scammer then uses the fake listing to lure unsuspecting renters into sending them money to secure the property.

How to avoid rental pitfalls:

  • Meet your prospective property manager or Landlord in person. Never go alone, bring your parents and housemates along.
  • View the actual property you will be renting before you sign a lease or pay a security deposit.
  • Never mail money to a property manager or Landlord without meeting them in person and viewing the actual property, no matter how trustworthy they seem.
  • Do some research on your prospective Landlord or property manager. Google them, read online reviews from other renters, check with your local Chamber of Commerce or Rental Housing Association.
  • Check to ensure the property is up to code and carries a current rental license. Many cities require rental properties to pass a licensing inspection to ensure they meet basic safety and habitability requirements.
  • Ask a lot of questions. Make sure you understand what costs are included in the rental rate and what is not, understand your responsibility for utilities, repairs, maintenance, lawn care, and snow removal.
  • If possible have your lease agreement reviewed by an attorney prior to signing. A lease agreement is a legal document and it is important that you understand what you are signing.
  • Buy renter’s insurance. Most landlords do not carry insurance to protect your personal belongings. A renter’s insurance policy is affordable and provides peace of mind should the unexpected occur.

Now that we’ve covered what could potentially go wrong with renting off campus….it’s important to keep things in perspective. For off campus housing in Boulder he vast majority of Landlords and Property Managers are good, hard-working people that are there to help you. Utilize their resources and experience to make your move more enjoyable. And with a little planning and some guidance, students will find that their first move off campus will be as much of a positive learning experience as those experienced on the university campus.

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Superior Colorado Apartments For Rent

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Featured Apartments For Rent in Superior Colorado

Saddlebrooke Apartments Superior COSaddlebrooke Townhomes

Rock Creek Parkway Superior CO 80027     303.545.6000

Saddlebrooke is an upscale condominium community located in the Rock Creek subdivision of Superior, Colorado. Situated between Boulder and Denver on the US 36 corridor, close to shopping, restaurants, and many fabulous outdoor activities.

  • Clubhouse
  • Fitness Center
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Community Garden
  • Gated Community
  • Townhome Style
  • Fireplaces
  • Garages Available
  • Patio/Balcony
  • On site management

 

  • One bedroom          Call for availability and rates   303.545.6000
  • Two bedrooms        Call for availability and rates   303.545.6000
  • Three bedrooms      Call for availability and rates   303.545.6000

Pet policy varies by unit.  Please call for more information 303.545.6000

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Rock Creek Parkway Superior CO 80027     303.545.6000

 Convenient to Boulder and Denver the Horizons at Rock Creek Apartments offers an array of amenities and floor plan selections. Spectacular Community Center includes: a wireless resident lounge, large movie theater, fitness classes, full indoor basketball court, cardio machines and weights. Enjoy four swimming pools, lighted tennis courts, beach volleyball and private lake.  Apartment homes include custom finishes and unique architechtural features including nine foot ceilings, dry bars, window seats, pantries and spacious walk in closets. The Horizons is just steps away from shopping, dining and entertainment at FlatIron Crossing and conveniently located to Highway 36.

  • Clubhouse
  • Fitness Center
  • Multiple Swimming Pools
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Townhomes and Apartments
  • Fireplaces
  • Garages Available
  • Patios/Balcony
  • On site management
  • Racquet Ball Courts
  • Tennis Courts
  • Indoor Basketball Court
  • Lake
  • Studios                        Rates vary based on availability.  Please call 303.545.6000
  • One bedroom
  • Two bedrooms
  • Three bedrooms

Cats and Dogs accepted with certain restrictions.  Deposits and Fees may apply.

Please call for more information 303.545.6000

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Popular Apartments Near Superior Colorado

Amli Interlocken Apartments Broomfield ColoradoAmli Interlocken Apartments Broomfield

Interlocken Blvd, Broomfield CO 80021     303.545.6000

Brand New Pet Friendly Apartments in Broomfield Colorado.  AMLI Interlocken Apartments is ideally located between Boulder and Denver in the Interlocken Business Park. These brand new LEED certified Broomfield apartments are surrounded by outstanding dining, shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities. Residents can enjoy hiking or biking on nearby trails or golf at the award-winning Omni Interlocken Golf Course.  With convenient access to RTD busses, US-36, and the Interlocken Loop, getting where you want to go is easy.   For Amli Interlocken Apartments leasing information call Housing Helpers at 303.545.6000 or email boulderinfo@housinghelpers.com

About Superior Colorado Apartments

Superior Colorado is located in Boulder County Colorado and has a population of 12,483.  The name Superior reportedly comes from the towns coal-mining history.  Originally settled by coal miners the town was said to have “superior” quality coal.

The Superior towns largest residential development is called Rock Creek.  Located within Rock Creek there are several subdivisions, condos, single family homes, townhomes, and apartments for rent.  Subdivisions include the Saddlebrooke townhomes, the Horizons at Rock Creek Apartments, and the Summit Townhomes.

In addition to Rock Creek Superior also has an “old-town” or original settlement. Located closer to Highway 36, old town Superior once home to a small mining village is now home to big-box stores including Costco, Super Target, Sports Authority, and Whole Foods.  It has become a popular shopping destination for Boulderites driving east down Highway 36 to escape the Boulder crowds.

Superior is located near the Flatirons Crossing Mall and the Interlocken Business Park, both located just over the Boulder County line in Broomfield Colorado, making it a popular choice for renters working in Broomfield or Boulder County.

Superior Colorado Apartment Finder

Housing Helpers Superior Colorado Apartment finder is available six days per week to assist renters in locating the perfect apartment in Superior Colorado.  Our local office is staffed with friendly rental locating specialists that will help you with all aspects of locating an apartment in Superior Colorado.  We have the latest availability, rent specials, pet friendly apartments, and application information.  Instead of sifting through apartment listings on line and making dozens of calls simply call Housing Helpers and let us do the work for you.   For Superior Colorado Apartments for rent call Housing Helpers at 303.545.6000 or email us at boulderinfo@housinghelpers.com

 

Aircell to Relocate 200 Employees to Interlocken Office Building

It was recently announced that the company Gogo would be moving its aviation business division, Aircell, to the EOS office building in Broomfield’s Interlocken Advanced Technology Park. According to an article in the Denver Business Journal, Aircell currently has about 200 employees in working in two separate facilities who will make the move.

The real estate deal with Aircell includes more than $1 million in economic development dollars from the state’s Job Growth Incentive Tax Credit. While the company has not said how many jobs it plans to provide in the area, the 112,300 square feet it is leasing in the 186,231 square foot office building will provide space for the company to grow. Aircell provides in-flight connectivity and entertainment to 6,000 business aircraft operators worldwide, the article stated.

The EOS building, owned by Houston real estate firm Hines, was completed in 2012 but has sat vacant ever since, the article reported. It earned the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design platinum certification. The name EOS is both the acronym for “Environmental Office Space” as well as the Greek goddess of the dawn. The EOS building is solar-powered, the article noted.

The Broomfield community that Interlocken is located in is among Colorado’s most thriving. According to a December report, the neighborhood has seen a more than 85 percent increase in the number of households in the past five years. A modest increase in median household incomes in the area and a healthy job market, as well as its close proximity to schools, are credited with the residential growth in the area.

Aircell’s relocation doesn’t involve moving employees from one state to another, as its facilities are already in the Broomfield area. However, if you’re planning to relocate your offices from outside the Denver Metro region, Housing Helpers can help you with all facets of relocation for your company and your employees. For more information, contact us at 303.545.6000.

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