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Buying Or Selling A House In COLORADO?


R1 Colorado.

Colorado has been one of the hottest real estate markets in the country for the last decade or more. From the Front Range to the Western Slope, Colorado’s scenery, access to the outdoors, economic strength and quality of life has attracted a wave of people from all over the country.

In such a competitive market, you need a real estate agent who has the time and knowledge to handle your every need. R1 provides its agents with all the tools they need to handle your home buying and selling needs with professionalism. Put simply, R1 agents better support their clients and offer incredible service to anyone looking to sell or purchase a home. Call us today!

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Popular Areas.



Denver is Colorado’s largest city and its capital. Denver is quickly becoming the next tech hub amist the recent economic boom, making it the perfect place to start buying a house.



Durango is a small town in the southern part of Colorado. A once thriving railroad town now made into an excellent location for those looking for a house with a good mountain view.


Pagosa Springs.

A popular hot springs town located in Colorado, Pagosa Springs is a popular tourist spot for those looking to unwind in the famous hot springs and fantastic views.


Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs is often ranked as one of the best cities to live in the USA. It is a large city with a small-town vibe, meaning the community is close and the houses are affordable.



Pueblo is a historic town that is located in Colorado. Known for the river that ones through it and Lake Pueblo, the city is the perfect small town for new families.



Montrose is a Colorado city that is perfect for people who love the outdoors. With a wide variety of enviroments for you to explore, this makes Pueblo a lovely place to buy a house.


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