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Boulder ranks in the top 10 for Emerging Housing Markets

April 29th, 2022

The Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com’s Spring 2022 Emerging Housing Markets Index ranked Boulder in the top ten. “The index examines critical housing market statistics, as well as economic vitality and lifestyle criteria, to identify emerging housing areas with a high quality of life and the potential for future home price appreciation,” according to the index study. The city of Boulder was ranked sixth on the list. According to the research, “the spring index indicates strong local economies with a mix of private enterprises, health care, higher education, and the presence... Read More

Boulder, CO ~ Top 5 Hottest Real Estate Markets ~ Jan. 2022

February 25th, 2022

Realtor.com’s Market Hotness rankings take into account two aspects of the housing market: 1) market demand, as measured by unique viewers per property on Realtor.com, and 2) the pace of the market as measured by the number of days a listing remains active on Realtor.com. January 2022 – Realtor.com: 1 – Manchester-Nashua, N.H. 2 – Santa Cruz-Watsonville, Calif. 3 – Topeka, Kan. 4 – Rochester, N.Y. 5 – Boulder, Colo.  Read More

The Boroughs of Boulder

February 11th, 2022
Boulder Boroughs

A Boulderites guide to navigating Boulder’s neighborhoods … CU Boulder’s Main Campus. Boulder is a college town in the best possible way. The University of Colorado campus is plopped right in the center of town and sprawls for several blocks along Broadway street. Tree-lined walkways, old brick buildings, and the spacious Norlin Quad all make campus a central hub for students and professors alike. The Hill. Directly across from the CU Campus is the area known as “the Hill.” Chock full of restaurants, bars, shops, and rowdy student housing, the hill is a lively place to walk around... Read More

Bridging the Gap: Boulder’s Housing Conflict

August 30th, 2020

Every year, the end of summer brings a sudden influx of highly energetic young people. As students return to school, traffic becomes more of a snarl than it already is, what little affordable housing there might be is snatched up, and the lines at the local coffee shops become insufferable. The student population has a dramatic and undeniable impact on Boulder’s infrastructure. For those who call Boulder their permanent home, having their neighborhoods infested by hordes of carousing night owls can be a nuisance. Raising a family next to a frat house is a recognizably undesirable endeavor. Being... Read More

Boulder Housing Prices are Finally Dropping

July 16th, 2019

Housing markets across Colorado are finally starting to slow down, and the same is true for Boulder county. Compared to this time last year, median housing prices in Boulder have fallen 3.7% and the amount of time a property is listed before selling has increased to 57 days. There are generally slumps during the summertime across the country for housing, but market experts believe that this will finally signal a plateau in housing prices in Boulder, which have been steadily increasing over the last five years despite wages not increasing at a comparable pace. A plateau in the market signals a slowdown... Read More

A new partnership, eGo Carshare and AboutBoulder team up!

December 18th, 2015

Forever committed to the community of Boulder County, About Boulder is pleased to announce a new rentable truck at the McGuckin’s parking lot as part of our new partnership with eGo CarShare! When you need to bring something a little to big to carry home, or cannot fit it in your car, you can now rent the AboutBoulder truck brought to you by E-go Carshare and all is well! We are proud to be partnered with eGo CarShare, who are doing great things for the community through giving more people access to transportation and also through promoting more sustainable options for transportation. According... Read More