#LeavingCalifornia #BirkenstocksAndSocks #RedRocks #NationalParks #NationalForests #DenverRealEstate

It has been reported, 28,000 Californians moved to Colorado last year (2019). From what Dee and I have seen in 2020, We are betting it will be even more this year. Although people migrate to Colorado from all states, Californians are becoming #1. Something like this happened in the 1970s in search of John Denver and Coors Light.

Why are these moves taking place? Here is just one story recently written on the subject.

More people are leaving California than ever before, driven out by worsening wildfires, politics and the skyrocketing cost of living.
More people are leaving California than arriving, driven out by worsening wildfires, power outages and the skyrocketing cost of living.
In 2018 more than 86,000 people left California for Texas, nearly 70,000 left for Arizona and about 55,000 left for Washington.
Between 2007 and 2016, some 5 million residents moved to California and 6million people moved out to other states.
According to a poll locals say they consider leaving due to the high cost of housing, heavy taxation, or political culture.
Today more than two dozen fires are blazing, ripping through a record 3.1 million acres of land and killing 22 people, the worse inferno in the state’s history

If you are reading this in California, and if you are looking for a new “nest”, please, give us a call. We can show you a Colorado Lifestyle you might not be living in California, but would like to. From Durango to Sterling. From Grand Junction to Limon, and everywhere in between. Colorado offers Big City Life, to Resort Life, to Small Town Life, to Rural Life. Along the Front Range, Ft. Collins, Longmont, Loveland, Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo can replace your I-405 Corridor. Loveland, Breckenridge, Keystone, Steamboat Springs, Copper Mountain, Vail, Aspen and Telluride round out resort life. Rocky Mountain National Park, Great Sand Dunes, Mesa Verde, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Monument, Dinosaur National Monument and a myriad of State Parks, National Forests, Historic Sites and VIEWS await. OH, let’s not forget one of my favorites; The Alpine Loop is by far one of those mountain settings in which The Sound of Music would be proud to do reshoot.

Any which way you slice it, Beauty, Value, Recreation, Commerce, Sustainability or Transportation, Colorado has it going on. So, pick up the phone and give us a call. WE can make it happen for you.

About Tom & Dee Cryer

Your Trusted Advisors in the Homeownership Business! TheCryerTeam@Kentwood.com
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