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Ten Best Colorado Towns in Which to Buy a House

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Number 5: Broomfield
Broomfield is a small city in Colorado with 57,171 residents. It has very high home values, high rent costs, and average unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and very high income levels.

Number 4: Milliken
Milliken is a midsize town in Colorado with 5,699 residents. It has average home values, average rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have average education levels and average income levels.

Number 3: Johnson
Johnstown is a large town in Colorado with 10,562 residents. It has average home values, high rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have average education levels and very high income levels.

Number 2: Frederick
Frederick is a midsize town in Colorado with 9,110 residents. It has average home values, very high rent costs, and average unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have average education levels and very high income levels.

Number 1: Firestone
Firestone is a large town in Colorado with 10,517 residents. It has high home values, very high rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and very high income levels.

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