Relocation Services Around Denver General Hospital
If you’re considering working at Denver General Hospital, you should be aware of a few things. We’ve created this handy guide to help inform you of your choices and considerations when moving to the Denver area. If you work in the medical field, you should also know about loan programs offered through various lenders designed just for you, that may decrease your cost of buying a home in Denver.
Renting Vs. Buying a Home in Denver
For many doctors and medical professionals in transition, renting is the best option when relocating. There are many reasons you might want to rent first versus purchase at first. You may want to get to know the city before making a permanent location choice; or, depending on circumstances, it may not be the right time to purchase a home now. You might have other considerations or only need temporary housing. The rental market in Denver is very hot and rental rates can be quite exorbitant. Along with these increased rental rates in desirable Denver neighborhoods comes the benefits imparted by the excitement and energy arriving in Denver every day. Amazing restaurants, engaged communities, outdoor activities, art, music and more is available almost any place you choose in Denver.
Finding the Right Neighborhood to Rent
There are many considerations that you should take into account when looking into a rental in the Denver area. Each neighborhood in Denver has particular character and appeal. As you can see from our list below, neighborhood preferences have a dramatic impact on the expected rent.
Estimated Median Two Bedroom Rental Prices by Neighborhood:
- Cherry Creek $3250
- LoDo $2500
- Platt Park $2300
- Highland $2120
- Uptown $2030
- Five Points $1990
- Stapleton $1950
- Congress Park $1600
- Jefferson Park $1570
- East Colfax $1500
- Capitol Hill $1450
- Speer $1380
- Cheeseman Park $1380
- Hampden $1330
- Virginia Village $1150
For some, the close proximity of Capital Hill and Cheeseman Park may be attractive. For others, the comfort and shopping opportunities found in Cherry Creek or LoDo neighborhoods may be primary motivators. We recommend you Contact Us today to get more information, and speak with one of our professionals so we can provide options which are customized to your particular interests.
Certainly a major concern for any person looking for a new residence, proximity is a major concern. To help you visualize the geography of Denver’s neighborhoods, we’ve prepared this helpful map. This shows just some of the neighborhoods we listed above. This might help you get an idea of which neighborhoods are closest to your future job working at Denver General Hospital. Click on the image to enlarge.
We created a handy heatmap to show you the worst traffic areas of Denver. As you can see, Broadway, Colorado Blvd, Speer Blvd, I-25, Sante Fe and I-70 are the biggest headaches for traffic. Take this into consideration when evaluating your future commute!