Greeley was ranked the number one choice for renters looking to live in a Front Range small town.
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) June 05, 2017
TurboTenant, a rapidly growing startup, recently conducted a study that measured the livability and affordability of small towns along the Front Range of Colorado. Each city chosen for the study was required to have a population of under 150,000 residents, and were selected based upon livability scores. Researching the average rent for two bedroom homes, TurboTenant picked the top six small towns across the Front Range for affordability and livability. The six cities that made the list include Greeley, Pueblo, Castle Rock, Lakewood, Centennial, and Golden. These six cities were selected due to their diverse amenities, quality of life, and accessible job markets.
Greeley was ranked the number one choice for renters looking to live in a Front Range small town. With average rent prices for a two bedroom at $1,003, Greeley was cited as retaining the best features of small town life with an exceptional number of amenities. The full article and the town’s statistics can be viewed on TurboTenant’s blog at The Best Of Colorado’s Affordable Front Range Small Towns.
About TurboTenant (turbotenant.com): TurboTenant helps independent landlords improve the investment performance of their properties by offering them online tools that previously were only available to large property management companies. More than 40,000 landlords across the U.S. turn to TurboTenant for free, online solutions for landlording. These features include online rental applications, tenant credit and background reports, property listings and automated marketing, and online rent payments. All of TurboTenant’s features focus on helping landlords manage smarter, faster, and more effectively.