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Boulder #1 in Nation for Real Estate Stability

August 24th, 2020

According to a recent study done by SmartAsset, Boulder has ranked #1 in the nation for real estate stability based on over 25 years of data. The study analyzed metro areas based on home growth and the likelihood that a home would decline by 5% or more over a 10-year span. Todd Crosbie, a real estate consultant in Boulder, says there are a number of factors for why Boulder was rated so highly. “The foundation, number one, is the college,” Crosbie explained. “There’s always people coming in and out. Second is the career opportunities Boulder represents. It’s very heavily laden with technology.... Read More

How COVID is Reshaping Real Estate in Boulder

August 4th, 2020

COVID has certainly changed the way we look at our homes, with the remote work experience driving the move away from densely populated areas. With the lack of traditional city experiences like dining out, theater shows, sports and nightlife, many may gravitate toward an environment where socially  distanced activities like hiking and biking are easier to achieve. Since COVID, Boulder Country Club has filled all it’s available membership spots for full golf and par 3, primarily because golf and tennis are sports that support social distancing. The United Van Lines Movers Study, shows people... Read More

3 Oldest Historic Boulder Homes

March 31st, 2020

The Squires-Tourtellot Home The oldest surviving home in Boulder, the Squires-Tourtellot House was built in 1865. This home is the only example in Boulder of New England rural architecture, and includes other features like double-hung windows, six over six wood lintels, louvered shutters, and a steep gable roof with chimneys. The Spruce Street Mansion The Spruce Street Mansion located at 1123 Spruce Street, is Boulder’s oldest remaining brick home which holds architectural significance. This was the home of the Arnett, Soule and Coates families who were early prominent Boulder residents. The... Read More

Colorado Real Estate Update

March 25th, 2020

Despite recent events, the real estate market has not yet hit a pause in Colorado. There are still new listings going up, and properties are selling, albeit at a slower pace than the last few weeks. The biggest factor that changed was properties withdrawn from the market, which increased considerably–understandable given the uncertainty regarding jobs right now and in the near future. Compared to last week: New Listings: 2438 – Up 16% from prior week Properties Pending: 2307 – Down 13% from prior week. Properties Withdrawn: 471 – Up 111% from prior week Properties Sold: 1744 – Down... Read More

Boulder Median Home Prices Nearly $1 Million

March 20th, 2020

The value of Boulder homes has gone up almost 2% over the past year, and it is predicted that they will rise another 4% this year. The median price of homes in Boulder is $794,210, with the median price per square foot being $562, $212 more than the price per square foot in the Boulder metro area. The rent in Boulder is also higher than the rent in the Boulder metro area by about $300 a month.  Read More

Top 5 Boulder Real Estate Listings

September 3rd, 2019

Boulder real estate is still going strong, and there’s something that can fit everyone’s needs, whether you’re looking to spend millions or just need somewhere affordable to start your family. This week’s real estate listings include brand new houses with all the modern amenities as well as the lived-in charm of some classic places. 1. 932 Locust Ave. Our first listing is a 3 bed, 3 bath in north Boulder within walking distance of Foothills Park. The open floor plan features huge windows for lots of natural lighting as well as mountain views and vaulted ceilings. A fenced-in,... 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