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Buying Real Estate: Tips on Making an Offer

January 12th, 2023

If you are interested in investing in real estate, then you need to know how to make an offer professionally. If you know how to make offers, then you will be able to negotiate more effectively and reduce the real estate’s final purchase price. Inexperienced people who haven’t the faintest idea of how to make strategic offers often end up paying far more than a property is worth, simply because they didn’t take the time to conduct research and learn about making offers. Don’t worry about not knowing how, because this article’s got you covered. Here’s how to make an offer on real... Read More

Boulders Oldest House

January 3rd, 2023

Having been constructed in 1865, the Squires-Tourtellot House is Boulder’s oldest surviving residence. Double-hung windows, six over six wood lintels, louvered shutters and a steeply pitched gable roof with chimneys distinguish this residence as the sole specimen of New England country architecture in Boulder. You can find it located at 1019 Spruce Street.  Read More

Boulder’s World Famous Mushroom House

January 2nd, 2023

The Mushroom house appeared  in Woody Allen’s 1973 film, “Sleeper.” The National Enquirer also featured it as a “weird house.” The Brenton House, also known as The Mushroom House, was designed by architect Charles Haertling in the Wonderland Hills subdivision in North Boulder. It’s called The Mushroom House for its unusual shape although perhaps it should be nicknamed The Barnacle House; it was inspired by barnacles that Haertling chipped from ships hulls when he was in the Navy. The house was built above a lake and has amazing views of both the water and the mountains, plus downtown... Read More

Three Tips for Relocating to Boulder

December 12th, 2022

If you are thinking of relocating to the happiest place in America, nestled at the edge of the picturesque Rocky Mountains, then look no further. Boulder is drawing people in from all across the country! There really is something for everyone in Boulder, so you’re sure to not regret moving here. In order to help you better plan your big move to Boulder, read on and check out our three tips below. Explore All That Boulder Has to Offer Before relocating to Boulder, take some time to research and explore all that this grand city has to offer. Boulder is a thriving and vibrant community, and it is... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – 13 Million – Expansive Outdoor Paradise

November 29th, 2022

According to Redfin.com, in October 2022, Boulder home prices were down 7.6% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $855K. On average, homes in Boulder sell after 47 days on the market compared to 37 days last year. There were 96 homes sold in October this year, down from 173 last year. The most expensive listing ($13,000,000) for a home in Boulder, Colorado is at 1489 Sunset Blvd, 80304. Description: Unparalleled. 1489 Sunset redefines luxury and stands in a league of its own. Feast your eyes on views as far as you can see. Embrace a location so close to Pearl you can practically... Read More

Most Affordable Condo in Boulder – Rooftop Pool with Mountain Views – $127,970

November 10th, 2022

City of Boulder Affordable Housing. Really cool urban style studio loft, high ceilings, spacious, in a great location, close to everything. The Peloton has unparalleled amenities, including underground parking, rooftop pool/with mountain views, hot tubs, a great fitness center, common spaces with TV’s, and a theater. There is a nice size bedroom area with full bath and a walk-in closet. Large full size laundry room with extra storage. There are several restaurants on site, Naked Lunch and Basta which offer excellent food. 3601 Arapahoe Ave UNIT 209 | $127,970 | 1 Bed 1 Bath Listing... Read More

What you may not know about Boulder’s most well-known residence

November 8th, 2022

This renowned house, located at 1619 Pine St., just a few blocks from the Pearl Street Mall, is a favorite Boulder site, especially among fans of the 1970s comedy “Mork and Mindy.” It was the residence of the character Mindy. “Mork & Mindy” was a popular sitcom in the late 1970’s. It started Robin Williams’ and co-star Pam Dawber’s careers. Miss Dawber portrayed “Mindy,” a college student at the University of Colorado in Boulder, while Williams portrayed an alien from the planet Ork, dubbed “Mork from Ork.” Numerous outside scenes... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – Beneath the Flatirons, Spa, Guest House & Elevator

November 8th, 2022

This 11,156-square-foot estate has an impressive main residence and a detached guest house on a separate parcel. It is an architectural triumph just below the Flatirons. The four-level building fuses glass, stone, steel, and wood in a skillful combination of materials, bordered by the open space of Chautauqua Park and framed by views of the Flatirons. Visitors are welcomed by a spacious open floorplan with Honduran Mahogany as its foundation, plaster walls, and soaring ceilings after passing the copper entry wall. The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home has radiant floor heating, four fireplaces,... Read More

Rental market in Boulder has been ranked among the most expensive in the nation

November 2nd, 2022

Rent in the US has increased by 27.9% since last year, according to data from Dwellsy. Additionally, the median monthly asking rent in August 2021 was $1,650. It had increased to $2,110 per month in August 2022, a $460 increase. Most Expensive Small Cities for Renters – Median August 2022 Asking Rent 1 – Silverthorne, CO  – $3,500 2 – Naples-Marco Island, FL – $3,250 3 – Santa Cruz, CA -$3,200 4- Napa, CA – $2,998 5 – Boulder, CO – $2,850   photo credits: Pixabay  Read More

Most Affordable Rental in Boulder is Located on University Hill

October 28th, 2022

Boulder’s average monthly apartment rent is $2,347. The location, size, and quality of a rental unit are just a few of the variables that affect the price. The average size of an apartment is 825 square feet, but this number varies greatly depending on the unit type, with both affordable and upscale options for houses and apartments. Studio apartments are the smallest and most affordable, followed by 1-bedroom apartments, which are closer to the average, and then 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom apartments, which offer more space. According to forrent.com, the most affordable rental in Boulder, Colorado... Read More

Boulder makes list of most expensive homes in Colorado

October 11th, 2022

Stacker used information from Zillow to create a list of the Colorado cities with the most expensive housing. The Zillow Home Values Index for all homes as of August 2022 ranks cities. The average home value in the most expensive city on the list is $2,891,176, which is 398% more expensive than the state average of $580,275. #1. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO: 12 #2. Edwards, CO: 4 #3. Breckenridge, CO: 3 #3. Glenwood Springs, CO: 3 #5. Boulder, CO: 2 #6. Steamboat Springs, CO: 1    Read More

The Famous Hollywood Movie House in Boulder

October 7th, 2022

The Brenton House, also known as The Mushroom House, was designed by architect Charles Haertling and is located in North Boulder’s Wonderland Hills subdivision. It’s called The Mushroom House because of its unusual shape, but it should be called The Barnacle House because it was inspired by barnacles that Haertling chipped from ship hulls while in the Navy. The house was built above a lake and has breathtaking views of the water, mountains, and downtown Boulder. Woody Allen’s 1973 film “Sleeper” featured the Mushroom House. The National Enquirer called it a “weird... Read More

Most Affordable Neighborhood in Boulder, Colorado

October 7th, 2022

Boulder is a larger, mid-sized city in the state of Colorado. It has a population of 108,250 people. Boulder is Colorado’s 12th most populous city. Boulder home prices are not only among the highest in Colorado, but also among the highest in the country. Boulder is divided into 52 neighborhoods. Newlands is the most expensive neighborhood, with a median listing price of $3M. The most affordable neighborhood is Glenwood Grove – North Iris, with a median listing home price of $416.5K. Glenwood Grove – North Iris is Boulder’s seventh most walkable neighborhood, with a population... Read More

Most Affordable Real Estate Listing in Boulder is $82,000

October 3rd, 2022

The Boulder Meadows community is close to schools and can be reached on foot in five minutes. Ten minutes will get you to Pearl St Mall. Trails, Boulder Reservoir, and Boulder Bike Park are also nearby and only a 15-minute drive. This house comes with a storage shed, and the neighborhood has two playground areas. This community’s amenities include a clubhouse with a heated pool, a sports court, on-site management, and RV storage (there may be a waiting list). Two bed, 1 bath, 784 Sqft Address: 4500 19th Street Lot 129    Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Neighborhood

September 27th, 2022

Boulder, Colorado has many lovely neighborhoods spread throughout the city. It has some of the most affluent and expensive neighborhoods in the country. According to zerodown.com, Chautauqua is the most expensive neighborhood on the list, with a median home price of $2,150,056 and a median rent of $1,940. Chautauqua ranks first among all Boulder neighborhoods in terms of home price growth over the last three years. Some of Boulder’s other neighborhoods are as follows: Old North Boulder Table Mesa Gunbarrel East Transit Village Martin Acres Newlands / Mapleton Hill East Boulder South            Read More

How Much House Can You Get For $510K In Boulder?

August 23rd, 2022

Tranquil living awaits! Townhome provides the feeling of living by nature. Enjoy the open space at the rear of the townhome. Unit has a great layout with 2 bedrooms upstairs and a shared bath. Main floor provides an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, skylight and wood burning fireplace. Look beyond the clutter – this unit provides a great setting. Experience the tranquility from either the upstairs balcony off the main bedroom or spacious back yard patio. Mountain views from upstairs bedroom. Great location close to CU, Broadway, RTD, grocery stores, restaurants and trails are just steps... Read More

Boulder Real Estate Update – Median List Price $907,948 – Newlands #1 Most Expensive Neighborhood

August 19th, 2022

According to Rocket Homes, there are 463 homes for sale in Boulder, CO. The number of listings in the Boulder, CO real estate market decreased by 3.3% between June 2022 and July 2022. Listings were on the market for 40 days in July 2022. The median list price in this real estate market during the same time period was $907,948. The following changes in listing prices were observed in this housing market from June 2022 to July 2022: 1 bedroom properties increased in price by 3.4%, 2 bedroom properties increased in price by 10.6%, 3 bedroom properties increased in price by 12.7%, 4 bedroom properties... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – Pool House/Office, & Carriage House $19,875,000

August 16th, 2022

Welcome to Juniper House. A rare opportunity to own Boulder’s premier estate spanning 2 contiguous lots. Retreat to authentic luxury living in this custom estate built by Sugarloaf and designed by Annette Martin and Lisa Egger. A sense of arrival welcomes you to this private 1.23-acre retreat in the coveted Juniper neighborhood only minutes from downtown & hiking trails. The modern yet rustic architectural style defines the Main House, Pool House/Office, and Carriage House. Colorado buff sandstone & the finest reclaimed wood create timeless design melding w/ mature landscaping. Natural... Read More

Boulder’s Most Affordable Condo Located in the Heart of the City – $151,222

August 12th, 2022

*Part of the City of Boulder’s Permanently AFFORDABLE HOUSING* To apply for and be selected for this home, you must be approved by the city. More information is available at: https://bouldercolorado.gov/2510-taft-drive-unit-302. One-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in the heart of Boulder. Just minutes from Folsom Field and the rest of CU Boulder, with easy access to the Boulder Creek path and a short walk to downtown Pearl St. Stunning hardwood floors throughout! Open concept living/dining area with kitchen access. There’s also a balcony to enjoy the outdoors, which gets plenty of sun and... Read More

Featured Home of the Week

August 9th, 2022

Bright open Indian Peaks 4bd, 4 bath home on Cul de Sac. Need room? This beautiful home with walk out basement provides the potential for 6 bedrooms. The finished lower level has a large great room, 3/4 bath and two storage areas that could easily be converted into the 5th and 6th bedroom with daylight windows. Meticulously maintained by original owners this two story brick home has been given a fresh coat of paint. The roof was recently replaced in 2020 and there are sturdy plantation shutters throughout the home. With plenty of room too spread out, or gather, there are Fall, Winter and early... Read More