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Huntington Hills in Fort Collins

One of the most popular areas in town is Huntington Hills. This area is bordered by South Lemay Avenue, Fossil Creek Parkway, Arian Street and the Prairie Dog Meadow Natural Area. There is plenty to do here. Not only can you see active prairie dogs in the natural area, but you can walk or bike on Fossil Creek Trail, or go to Fossil Creek Community Park, Portner Reservoir or take a quick drive to Horsetooth Reservoir or Poudre Cayon. It is also just over 6 miles to Old Town. You can spend the day at Southridge Golf Course or have fun jumping on trampolines at Fly High, or browse through vendor booths at the Foothills Flea Market. Then, grab a bite to eat at a nearby restaurant. Still can't find what you are wanting, just a quick trip down I-25, which is only less than 6 miles away, can lead you to the rest of the city to find what you are seeking.

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This state has many amazing cities such as Colorado Springs and Denver. Ivywild is located in Colorado Springs, and owning a home here has many benefits such as access to all the military bases, major shopping, entertainment venues and much more. 

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Buying a home now instead of renting one may be the game-changer that amplifies long-term savings for renters who are ready to become homeowners. When paying a mortgage as opposed to paying rent, that money is reinvested back in your favor, so you’re contributing to your own net worth when you own a home. This is a term called equity, and it’s one of the biggest financial benefits of homeownership.

If the pandemic and the changes we’ve faced recently have made you seriously think about buying a home instead of renting one, you’re not alone. You may, however, be wondering if the dollars and cents add up in your favor as home prices continue to rise. According to the experts, in many cases, it’s still more affordable to buy a home than to rent one.

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