Hampton Inn Glenwood Springs

401 West First Street, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 81601, United States
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How Much More Can Real Estate Prices Rise In Glenwood?

by freematt

In 1985 you could have bought a nice 3 bedroom house in Glenwood for about $100,000; today that house is probably worth $300,000. Buildable land is getting pretty scarce in the narrow valleys below the beautiful mountains. Will it all become one large upscale community from Aspen to Vail to Grand Junction?

Mat

Re: How Much More Can Real Estate Prices Rise In Glenwood?

by DocJules

You think you've got problems. We live in an area of England where house prices have doubled in three years. None of the youngsters can afford to buy their first homes anymore and prices are continuing to rise, by about 8% per month.

Re: Re: How Much More Can Real Estate Prices Rise In Glenwood?

by freematt

Your dilemma is much like what I have experienced in California in the late 1980's. The solution many people there chose was to have at least two people with sufficient incomes (a husband & wife?) to pay the large mortgage and then hope like hell that the price would rise quickly so you could get out again while realizing a capital gain on the equity. Then you take your money and do it over again or move to a place with lower prices and a good chance of substantial rises you can also get gains on. Pretty soon it's time to retire and you have "house wealth" to enjoy in your final years. Unfortunately all this depends on rapidly rising prices.

Let's hope we don't suffer a Japanese style "deflation" which would see prices decline while your mortgage stays the same!

Affordable Mountain Living within an hour from Denver

by GlacierJames

There are a lot of properties for sale within reason up Fall River Road outside of Idaho Springs and up at St Mary's Glacier, and Alice. www.stmarysglacier.com

High Altitude Living!!!

Travel Tips for Glenwood Springs

~ Glenwood Springs & the Colorado Rockies ~

by noidiotsplease

"The road between Denver and Grand Junction"

West of Denver, I-70 begins an ascent into the Rocky Mountains. Passing mountainside homes and small towns that look straight out of the “Wild West” gold rush era, the highway weaves through considerably high peaks, eventually crossing the Continental Divide. Towering peaks abound in all directions, many forested, some with year-round snow deposits at their apexes, and some with exposed rock rising above tree lines. Such is the landscape for a hearty chunk of Colorado’s midsection. In the midst of these mountains, about mid-way through Colorado, I-70 passes the popular ski resort town of Vail (see my separate destination page).

West of Vail, I-70 traverses an area marked by changing terrain. Here the mountains begin to take on more desert-like hues of brown and yellow-orange, and the jagged peaks give way to more flat-topped mesas. Throughout the western slopes of the Colorado Rockies, the highway parallels river rapids and railroad tracks, some actually being utilized by rafters and trains, respectively, if you drive by them at the right time.

About an hour west of Vail is the city of Glenwood Springs, a popular area for embarking on river rafting expeditions (although I have never been on one). I am told that I had a picnic at a park in Glenwood Springs when I was a baby, but my only memory of the town is a stop we made at a fast food restaurant located near a small mall in 1993. Continuing further west, the terrain continues its transition, with, sandy expanses begining to emerge near the outskirts of Grand Junction, a city not too far from the Utah border that served as the westernmost terminus of our trip.

Visit my COLORADO page.

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 Hampton Inn Glenwood Springs

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Address: 401 West First Street, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 81601, United States