Actually, Texans are relocating to Denver.
Because, British Petroleum is moving half of it’s Lower 48 Division from Houston to Denver. That’s the potential of 200 families leaving the Lone Star State and relocating to Denver. It’s part of the growing trend of companies moving into the Denver metropolitan area.
Last weekend, The Hotz Group including of my daughters Meredith, Elizabeth and I joined a few other Kentwood real estate brokers to host another “303 Weekend”. There, potential relocation transferees and their families visited Denver. BP wanted to introduce their relocating employees to life in Denver. So, our role in the weekend was mostly to lead a Neighborhood Tours of the City and the Denver Suburbs. We had previously escorted another BP tour two weeks earlier with a similar number of employees.
British Petroleum Bus Tours of Denvermar
Elizabeth, Meredith and I were joined by Libby Levinson of Kentwood Cherry Creek on a 55 seat touring bus. Together, we showed off south Denver neighborhoods and homes for sale from Washington Park to University Hills. Then, the four hour tour ventured into the suburbs. We traveled through Greenwood Village, Littleton, Englewood, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree and Centennial.
Like a lumbering elephant in the Denver suburbs, the huge tour bus barely fit down some of the residential streets. Some local residents stopped to stare. Because, we could have been a Celebrity House Tour that took a painfully wrong turn. We drove several neighborhoods and homes for sale. In addition we made two stops. First we saw a resale home for sale in Littleton and then we visited Lenar Homes near Meridian in Parker.