As much as I love the coastal areas of the United States, I feel very fortunate to live in Colorado Springs, Colorado. At heart, a growing fascination for the underwater world exists, yet I'm inclined to make my annual visits to warm climates with tropical waters instead of taking up residence in these locations.
Have you noticed the dramatic meteorological changes over the past few years around the country? Warmer places have become unbearably hot. Coastal areas are constantly experiencing the unpredictability of hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, high winds and extreme deprivation of rainfall. Vacation time sounds good to me to visit these areas.
As for Colorado Springs, this area has been selected as one of the best cities in which to live in the United States. Four seasons occur, flaunting its magnificence during the changing cycles and luring people to its awestruck beauty.
Regarding the Colorado Springs Real Estate market, single family homes are still priced affordably. For El Paso County during the month of May 2009, the median sales price was $189,900 and the average sales price was $222,231.
Don't be surprised to see an increase in the relocation business as more people from all areas of the United States are keenly recognizing the benefits of living in the grandeur of this beautiful place.