I’m currently looking for the best apartments in green valley ranch cohas to offer. You see, I have just managed to secure a new job at Denver International Airport, so I’m going to need to relocate to the city from Seattle. Lots of people have told me that the aforementioned neighborhood is the best place to rent an apartment in the city if I want a short commute to the airport. What’s more, I’ve heard the area has a suburban feel, which appeals to me, as I don’t like the bright flashing lights and nightlife found in city centers.
When I start to consider what my main needs are when it comes to apartment hunting, my first preference is that it has at least two bedrooms. While I live alone most of the time, my parents are planning to visit quite regularly once I move to Colorado and I would really like to be able to put them up in my home in order to save money on hotel bills. I also have quite a lot of belongings that I don’t think will fit into many of 1-bedroom properties I’ve looked at.
Good building security is perhaps the second most important factor for me. Since I will be living alone, my safety is going to be important, so I need an apartment that is well-secured. Ideally, I would like somewhere with video surveillance, security lights, and onsite security, but I’m not sure if that will be necessary or affordable in the area. I am going to have to research crime stats and maybe spend some time walking around the neighborhood at night to get a feel for the place. On niche.com the neighborhood has been giving a C+ rating for crime, so it sounds reasonably safe.
Since I don’t currently have any children, I’m not too worried about catchment areas for local schools. What’s more, I don’t know how long my job at Denver International Airport will last, so I could find myself relocating to a completely different US city within the next two years. I have moved around a lot for work, which is one of the main reasons why I opt for renting. Obviously, I know that I am losing a lot of money over the long term, but I can’t handle the hassle of navigating the real estate market as a buyer and seller at the moment.
In terms of exploring other neighborhoods and suburbs in Denver, I’m not sure it would be a good idea to expand my search to other areas. I need to find a place to live fast, so I don’t want to have to sift through thousands of property listings. I’m hoping that a quick google search for “2 bedroom apartments Green Valley Ranch CO” will help me to quickly find some suitable places to rent in my price range. I don’t really want to spend more than $1800 on monthly rent, but my budget can strength to $2000 if I find the perfect place in the neighborhood.