Denver Among Best Places to Live, Work and Play in the US; Boosting Local Real Estate Values

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Recent reports from various publications such as Forbes and Men’s Journal rank Denver among the best places to live, work, and do business in the country. Top-selling Northeast Denver real estate agent Donavon Paschall reports a rising trend in home values in the region for 2010.

Denver has entire neighborhoods of beautifully maintained and remodeled historic homes,” Paschall says. “Those who’ve always dreamed about living in classic homes along tree-lined streets that are just minutes from parks, schools and commercial areas...

Recently ranked 6th in Forbes’ recently released “Best Places for Business and Careers” list and landing in the top 25 cities in Men’s Journal’s “Best Places to Live in 2010;” the city of Denver has received quite a bit of positive attention this year. Residents and experts alike remain positive about the current and future of the city’s economic and real estate market. Leading Denver Real Estate Specialist, Donavon Paschall, notes that The Mile-High City is no stranger to such accolades, thus the success of the city can be reflected in its bolstering real estate market.

“Denver seems to have a perennial spot on lists like these,” he says, “which is not something that comes as a surprise for those who live and work in the area. Denver is doing a lot of things right.”

Paschall particularly agrees with Men’s Journal’s praise of the city’s vibrant downtown area. “Denver’s urban neighborhoods are loaded with old world charm and are just steps away from offices, restaurants, open spaces and cultural venues. Denver urban living is something that many people aspire to these days.” The magazine called Denver’s downtown “one of the best in the country for work, owning a condo, and walking to everything.”

A top-selling real estate agent in the 80205 and 80207 zip codes, Paschall specializes in Northeast Denver real estate and Denver classic homes. “Denver has entire neighborhoods of beautifully maintained and remodeled historic homes,” he says. “Those who’ve always dreamed about living in classic homes along tree-lined streets that are just minutes from parks, schools and commercial areas will find more than a few options here.” Paschall himself has had a great deal of personal experience in renovating classic homes within Denver’s downtown area.

Some fine examples of Denver classic homes currently on the market can be found in Paschall’s recently launched website, http://www.HomesByDonavon.com. The new site also features virtual tours of the featured homes, as well as a property search tool where users can search for real estate throughout Denver’s historic neighborhoods.

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