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Ten Best Colorado Towns in Which to Buy a House


Last week, we shared with you a list of the ten best Colorado suburbs to buy a house according to Niche, a website that specializes in ranking pretty much anything and everything.

Now, we bring you Niche's choices for the ten best towns to buy a house.

As you'll see, communities from throughout Colorado are represented.

However, towns from one particular county account for half of the list — and the four top slots.


Continue to count down the photo-illustrated top ten, featuring Niche text and data — and for much more information about each place from the site, click here.

Number 10: Trinidad
Trinidad is a midsize town in Colorado with 8,880 residents. It has low home values, average rent costs, and average unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have average education levels and low income levels.

Number 9: Estes Park
Estes Park is a midsize town in Colorado with 5,969 residents. It has very high home values, average rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and average income levels.

Number 8: Fort Lupton
Fort Lupton is a midsize town in Colorado with 7,516 residents. It has low home values, average rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have very low education levels and average income levels.

Number 7: Woodland Park
Woodland Park is a midsize town in Colorado with 7,162 residents. It has high home values, average rent costs, and very high unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and high income levels.

Number 6: Durango
Durango is a large town in Colorado with 17,145 residents. It has very high home values, high rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and average income levels.

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