@kai Largely I was priced out of Boulder, and had some disagreement with management at my prior place, which centred around how much I was paying vs. the way they acted and their agency over problems on the property (e.g. snow removal, inspections, utilities).
My commute to work has now extended, but I live a lot closer to most of my friends, and since I'm WFH anyways the cheaper rent and larger place are definitely more valuable right now.
@msh @kai yeah, I think it just ended up being a harsh transition between management companies, and they just didn't really make an effort because there were a lot of problems. Boulder is weird place in that the university shutting down due to covid caused a huge exodus in the city (university town). So I'm sure they had their own reasons but it did get to be a bit much.
Overall it was a solid move though, and could have been so much worse. Glad to be in a better place!
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