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Joannie Murga
3 months ago
My job is in California, but I want to buy a home in Colorado, move my family there who I financially support, as the homes in the specific town I'm interested in, are more affordable. I would live with my brother's family while I'm working, so I wouldn't have another residence. I could commute during holidays, days off, etc. I'm close to retirement and I'd really love to retire to CO. Are there any exceptions to the rule?
My job is in California, but I want to buy a home in Colorado, move my family there who I financially support, as the homes in the specific town I'm interested in, are more affordable. I would live with my brother's family while I'm... (more)
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