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Top 5 Up and Coming Suburbs Around Denver in 2018

As home buying season ramps up, both Denver dwellers and out-of-staters are looking for the best place to live in the Denver Metro Area. While you could spend hours researching your dream neighborhood, we've got the Top 5 suburbs to move to in 2018.

Holly Hills

Just east of I25 between Yale and Hampden, the Holly Hills neighborhood is the perfect middle ground between true suburbia and downtown living. Go north a few miles and you're in the heart of Denver. Head south and you'll find endless mountain views. With the Cherry Creek Country Club a few blocks away, you'll always be able to fit in a round of golf. While this area does have a city feel with dense neighborhoods and plenty of walkable shops, it's quiet streets and cozy parks make it a great neighborhood for kids and pets. School districts have an above average ranking for comparable areas and with homeownership at 91%, this is an ideal neighborhood to put down roots and invest in a home. Talk to a loan officer about finding the best home and mortgage plan for you in Holly Hills.


Located between Denver and Boulder, this quaint town has charm for days. With an adorable main street, endless shops and a thriving brewery network, Lousiville is prime living for those looking for a quiet neighborhood with local beer around every corner. Almost any house in the area has views of the Flat Irons, making this town feel more remote than it actually is. While it may seem small, there's nothing tiny about the food scene in Louisville. Get anything from pizza to BBQ to Italian fare, all with a hometown feel. Get the best deal on your Louisville home by talking to a loan officer today.

Lone Tree

Make the 15-mile trek south of Denver to find Lone Tree. While it might seem far from the tall buildings and hustle of downtown, Lone Tree is a quick light rail ride from everything downtown Denver has to offer. With an average commute time of 24 minutes, it's a great place to put down roots if you work anywhere on the south side of Denver. Get your shopping fix at Park Meadows, Colorado's largest mall while you browse the larger-than-life architecture and outdoor art from local artists. Need more art? Check out the PACE Center in nearby Parker. With shows and classes for kids and classic performances for the adults, you'll never want for arts and entertainment in this Denver suburb. Talk to a loan officer about strategizing your perfect home loan in Lone Tree, Colorado.


As a neighborhood of the larger suburb, Centennial, Inverness might not ring a bell for most. But if you make the drive to this southern neighborhood, you won't be sorry. Just off I25 and 470, Inverness is easily accessible to most anywhere in the metro area. Park Meadows shopping is just across the highway, offering all the shops and restaurants you could need. As a host to several lakes and rivers with running trails all around, Inverness has made itself an ideal place for outdoor lovers. Find a home suited to you and your needs in Inverness with a loan officer ready to help you.

Columbine Valley

Founded in 1955, Columbine Valley made its name as one of Denver's first golf-centric suburbs. Open mountain views and bubbling creeks throughout make it a cozy refuge from downtown. A whopping 95% of residents here own their home, meaning it's an ideal place to put down roots if you're looking for a home in Denver. Ranked as one of Denver's safest suburbs and one of the best to raise a family, it's no wonder the homeownership here is so high. Looking for your forever home in Columbine Valley? Talk to a loan officer about pre-approval so you can seal the deal on a house soon.