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Centennial, Colorado

The city is a part of the Denver Metropolitan Area. It is the tenth-most populated city in state of Colorado, with a population close to 111,000 people. Growing quickly due to Colorado's popularity, it is definitely a hotspot to live. It also ranked as the 15th safest city in the country to live, so it is ideal for raising a family. Centennial is filled with lush greenery and beautiful cultural attractions.

Are you looking for information about Colorado Real Estate? Visit this Facebook group here to connect and ask questions with other locals. Colorado is noted for its vivid landscape of mountains, forests, high plains, mesas, canyons, plateaus, rivers, and desert lands. Colorado has amazing wildlife, snowboarding, music, and much more. If you’re Moving to Colorado, or simply coming for vacation, we can help plan and find the right place for you. Contact us with any questions you may have, our services page here.

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Popular places in Centennial include Centennial Center Park, 17 Mile House Farm Park, the ever popular furniture store Ikea is within close proximity, and is actually the second largest one in the United States. Shopping, restaurants, local stores and coffee shops are close as well. The median home value is $433,800 in the city, with housing prices ranging from $230k-$1.3 million.

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The Buyer's Guide

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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