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Old 11-16-2013, 09:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I'm currently in the interviewing process for mgmt positions at the ritz Carlton in bachelor gulch. I'm looking for an apt or house to rent in a 20 mile radius. I have been looking on Craigslist, and vaildaily to find one that will take me, my fiancÚ, and our 3 dogs, with virtually no luck.

Anyone have any tips, hints, or ideas any other places that are available, and what to avoid?
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Lose the dogs until you're settled in...

Buffalo ridge apartment
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Nah. That's not really an option.
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Old 11-16-2013, 01:09 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Killer hotel man. My brother works for the Ritz in Naples,FL and I've stayed at Bachelor Gulch a couple times. You picked a great Ritz to get into
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Nah. That's not really an option.
well, unless CO rentals are different than everywhere else in the country, you are going to have a hell of a time finding somebody to rent to you with 3 dogs. To a property manager, that means replacing everything inside the house after you move out, as well as a good chance of your neighbors complaining to management. Doesn't even matter what kind of dogs they are, or how well behaved they are. Most aren't gonna take your word for it, and they don't want the headache. So, I'd be looking for houses, and expect a damage deposit around double the norm.
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This is a very non pet friendly rental market. VERY
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This is a very non pet friendly rental market. VERY
I've been renting for the last 3 years, and haven't had any problems. It sucks that out there seems to be like that. I've found a place now, but just have to hope they hold out until the 1st of January. Haha maybe I'll buy and have it for rent when we leave.
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Any thoughts on the river run apartments right off hwy 6 in Avon?
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They aren't bad at all. I have a few friends and coworkers that live ther And like them enough to stay through multiple leases.....
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So after much searching, and receiving our offers(that were honestly a bit low for the cost of living out there) I decided to turn down the offer out there.

I am really fighting to try to move out to colorado, but it seems like Denver might be more my style. I like the idea of living that close to the mountain for the purposes of snowboarding, but beyond that I'm not sure how it would help my career, or lifestyle to live in a smaller town.
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