Whatever your lifestyle, Colorado offers ample opportunity to live the way you want. Whether you like the mountains, plains or metropolitan areas, Colorado boasts a multitude of living options.
Colorado Real EstateFront Range
The Colorado Front Range along the I-25 corridor is a main line to suburban living with the most populous metro areas as well as small and large subdivisions, acreages with room for your horse, or condominium and townhome living.
East of the Colorado front range, you will find more wide open spaces with farms, ranches, larger acreages, small community rural living and many bedroom communities.
The mountain areas offer both the quiet lifestyle offered in single family homes, cabins and acreages, or the more connected resort lifestyle in single family homes and attached dwellings near the mountain resort areas.
Colorado, a Voted FavoriteMany areas in Colorado have been chosen as "Top Ten Living Places" or "Top Places to Retire" by magazines such as Forbes, Money and AARP. Whether you are a born native, a new resident or someone looking for a new lifestyle, Colorado likely offers what you seek.
Colorado's HistoryColorado is the Centennial state, joining the union in 1876. The name "Colorado" comes from the Spanish name for the red colored Colorado river.
Activities in ColoradoKnown best for the mountains, mesas and plains, Colorado boasts a wealth of beauty in its natural landscape. Many residents are found regularly outdoors throughout the state, enjoying every aspect of nature.
Colorado activities are year-round from skiing and snowboarding in winter to hiking, biking, boating and fishing in the summertime. Both tourists and residents share everything that Colorado has to offer.