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January 2020

Found 5 blog entries for January 2020.

By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Tuesday, January 28th, 2020.

4 Must-See February Events in Durango, COWhether you're a visitor or a new or long-time resident of Durango, this city has plenty of exciting events to get you out of your house and partaking in the city's offerings. This February, if you're looking for something to do, you'll be able to find events ranging from the local strongman competition to music events to a historic and colorful train ride. Here are a few of the best events happening in Durango, CO this February.

Snowdown Balloon Train

Date: February 1, 2020

Address: Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum, 479 Main Avenue, Durango, CO 81301

Get your ticket and don't be late for the Snowdown Balloon Train! The Durango & Silverton Railroad train is a coal-fired, steam-operated model from the 1920s, outfitted with

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Tuesday, January 21st, 2020.

Where to Go at Night in Durango, COIf you're looking for something fun to do on an evening with friends in Durango, look no further. Durango's nightlife is lively and varied, with a little something for everyone. From old-fashioned saloons to neighborhood hangouts, there's plenty to see and lots of fun to be had. Below, we've listed the best bars in the Durango area.

The Bookcase and Barber

Address: The Bookcase & Barber, 601 East 2nd Avenue, Suite B, Durango, CO 81301

The Bookcase and Barber, located in Historic Downtown, is an upscale barbershop featuring something unique that most other barbers don't have: a bar hidden behind a bookcase. The cocktails have been named after (and custom-made to appeal to) famous authors. If you love books, reading or just want to enjoy a

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Tuesday, January 21st, 2020.

Everything to Know About Buying in an Age-Restricted CommunityAge-restricted communities are developments specifically designed for seniors. Often, these communities have amenities designed to provide recreation and to promote a sense of community among residents. Knowing what to expect in an age-restricted community can help Silverton home buyers decide whether this type of development is right for you.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Make Note of Amenities

Age-restricted communities often have amenities for residents. Buyers thinking about purchasing a condo in an age-restricted community should find out what kind of amenities are available before making an offer on a property. Below are some

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Tuesday, January 14th, 2020.

What Should I Know Before Moving To Durango, CO?While this quaint mountain town goes unnoticed by most of the world, those who experience its inspiring scenery and encounter the community's eclectic collection of friendly residents can easily get hooked. In fact, many feel so connected here, that they give serious consideration to moving to Durango, CO. Here's what one should know before packing their bags for a permanent move.

The Wonderful Weather

Every season in Durango has a unique charm and brings about a new set of activities along with a fresh set of scenic backdrops. Seasonal weather on average by season is as follows:

Winter in Durango: Snow graces the Rockies here for about half the year, and the average winter temps are between 13 and 47 degrees Fahrenheit (8.33 °C). While the

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Wednesday, January 8th, 2020.

What You Should Know About Pre-Approval and Pre-QualificationWhen purchasing a Southwest Colorado Resort home, a buyer needs to decide how they’re paying for the loan: with cash or a mortgage. If going the mortgage route, the buyer needs to apply for their loan of choice. When the buyer goes to apply, they may see two different options: get pre-qualified and get pre-approved. These two terms may sound similar, but they mean very different things, and choosing the wrong one at the wrong time can throw a wrench into buying a home. Here is what all home buyers need to know about the difference between getting pre-approved and pre-qualified for a loan.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed mortgage or home loan professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

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