October Newsletter

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Your Monthly Colorado Springs Real Estate Update

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Words From John:

So much for the Broncos. At least the Rockies made it to the playoffs. Hope everyone is having a great fall. I got about an inch of snow in Monument last night. Real Estate continues to move forward in growth. While the rest of the country is flattening or declining, we continue to see growth. New companies are moving into the area and companies that are already here are expanding. We live in such a desirable place that people and companies will continue to move here. I have been contacted by numerous retired military that are moving to the area. At one time they were stationed here and enjoyed their stay that they want to make this there home. I have also worked with retired military that are looking to downsize or are having to move into assisted living facilities. We have two new complexes in Monument to help these vets not have to move very far from their friends and family.

Colorado Springs downtown continues to move forward and expand. The rejuvenation projects are going well along Tejon and Nevada. The new stadium and housing project are advancing which will bring more people and businesses to the downtown area. Head downtown and enjoy the night life and new restaurants in the area.


-John
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Upcoming Events This Month:

Colorado Springs Has It

If you want to know what’s happening in Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas. Please join our Facebook page. We post events or attractions that are happening in and around Colorado Springs! This can range anywhere from discussing hiking trails, to large citywide events, to a neighborhood garage sale.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/319895832092686/

BOO AT THE BRIDGE

‘Mummies’ and Daddies won’t have to Trick their little Ghosts and Goblins to visit Boo at the Bridge. All will have a ‘Spooktacular’ experience at the Royal Gorge Bridge to include goodies, entertainment and games.

Date: October 20, 2018
Where: Royal Gorge Bridge & Park
Cost: $12

EMMA CRAWFORD COFFIN RACES

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The Parade starts at noon, followed by 70 teams racing coffins down Manitou Avenue for the ultimate victory! Each team consists of one Emma and four runners dressed in costume. The fastest times earn trophies as well as a chance to win Best Emma, Best Entourage, and Best Coffin.

Date: October 27, 2018
Time: Parade begins at Noon, events until 3 pm
Where: Manitou Springs
Cost: FREE

COLORADO SPRINGS HAUNTED HOUSES

Be prepared this Fall and seek out what Halloween Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes and Attractions are in your area! It doesn’t matter if you’re a first timer or a seasoned haunt goer, you should research the best haunts to go to September through November. For more information on featured haunted houses or news in the industry, check out the links below!

BOO AT THE ZOO

See the Original Creatures of the Night at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. It’ll be all treats and no tricks for your little pirates and princesses at this year’s Boo at the Zoo, the region’s most unique Halloween event. Boo at the Zoo is a fun way for families with young children to trick-or-treat and enjoy Halloween festivities in a safe environment.

When: October 19-21 and 26-31, 2018
Where: Colorado Springs, CO
Cost: $17.75 for ages 3-64

COLORADO SPRINGS PUMPKIN PATCHES

Boy oh boy do people love fall. There is something refreshing about to crisp air, and first feel for cold weather activities! Most girls love nothing more than slipping on those fall boots, and enjoying a pumpkin spice whatever. Even though some of us may be enthralled with football season on the weekends, there is so much to do in the outdoors during the weekend before the snow hits. Here is a list of pumpkin patches, corn maizes, farmers market, and other fall activities I have found in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas

HAVE A WONDERFUL AND SPOOKY OCTOBER

Your Rocky Mountain Home Team
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