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Tiffany Hughes and Athena Mortgage Group and Colorado Mortgage Gal

explore colorado


I have lived and journeyed my way through all four corners of the state of Colorado, seeking adventure and finding hidden gems all along the way. Each urban, suburban, rural and mountain areas are unique in what they offer. I have spent years exploring the best places in Colorado to live and activities for every lifestyle to do when you're there. Some areas and activities are popular, some entirely unknown and off the beaten trail - but none of them are ones you want to miss if Colorado is calling you home.

Downtown Denver is unique with its own Urban Adventures, from Kayaking on the Platte to riding the many trails through downtown and into the Cherry Creek Area.

From the Art District to the many different museums, there is something for everyone in Downtown Denver.

Denver has everything from old to new single family residence to high rise condominiums and lofts. 

What is your desired lifestyle in Denver? Is it the nightlife, the arts or just being in the hustle bustle of a downtown atmosphere with easy access to the beautiful Colorado Rocky mountains? Find your perfect home within walking distance of everything you love about urban life.



Denver has been growing exponentially in the last 10 years in every direction. For the family that wants to move to a more family -centric location, the suburbs might be the ideal location. Depending on job location and cost of homes, you can find the pefect community that fits your growing family lifestyle or just a more laid back lifestyle. There are suburban communities with historical backgrounds and new communities that offer newer homes and planned communities.


Have you ever dreamed of living in the mountains? Denver is such close proximity to the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, that many residents have found it easy to live in the foothills and commute to Denver for work. Or own a second home in Summit County, Eagle, Vail or Grand County, all within a two hour commute to get away for the weekend on a Friday afternoon.

Outside denver metro

With increase in metropolitan home prices and the ability to telecommute, more and more families are moving to less known and less expensive towns around the state.  North and South of Denver along the I-25 Corridor, there are several small towns that offer big benefits to living outside Metropolitan Denver as well as East in more rural communities, and South in the four corners region of the state.  I have lived in just about every region of the state at one time or another and have travelled to and through these areas as well.  They are all, unique in their own special way and have a lot to offer based on your preferred lifestyle. Many of which have made the Top 150 Best Places to live in the U.S. 2021-2022, According to US News and World Report. Keep checking back, as we will add new areas and towns regularly to help you make the best decision about where you would like to live when you decide to make the move and relocate to Colorado.   
Outside Denver Metro
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