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Spring flowers at Home Depot

Today marks the first official day of Spring. Hurray, we can all officially dig out our gardening tools and start planting! My favorite part about spring, besides the sandals, is watching all the color come back into beautiful Colorado. During the fall and later parts of the winter, Colorado takes on a sepia tone where everything, although pretty, is a different shade of brown. BUT, during the spring, and especially when we get a nice wet couple of months, the colors that can be seen across Boulder Valley are amazing. Ranging from the lush greens of the Valley’s fields, to the bright yellow sunflowers growing along the streets, to the expansive blue sky; spring in Boulder Valley is colored with life! If you haven’t already, it is time to start planning

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Scott Carpenter Park Boulder ColoradoEven if you don’t have kids, Scott Carpenter Park & Pool is one of the coolest playgrounds and community parks in Boulder, Colorado.  This park sits off of 30th, just south of Arapahoe Road, and has a nice big parking lot with tons of shade and an RTD stop.  At first glance, you don’t really get the chance to see all the features of the park, so be sure to walk around and check out the skate park area and baseball fields before heading to the pool or playground.  

I recently went to Scott Carpenter Park on a warm day in March with my son and was amazed by the different kinds of people I saw enjoying themselves outside.  There were tons of kids playing on the spaced themed playground, adults doing yoga on the top of the hill, college kids eating their

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Boulder BeerBoulder and the surrounding areas are united by one truly awesome thing... BEER and lot of it!  If you are a die-hard beer enthusiast, it doesn’t get much better than living in a place like Boulder, Colorado.  In fact, Colorado is one of the top beer producing states which is something our locals get excited about!  All over Colorado, but especially in the Boulder area, you will find tons of microbreweries.  Some the breweries are just that, a place where beer is brewed, but most of them are so much more!  Several of the biggest names in microbrewed beer come from Boulder and Colorado.  Many of these establishments are really “Brewpubs” which means that they serve wonderful food that compliments their beer perfectly.  Besides having restaurants and dining

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Boulder BakedBoulder Baked is one of Boulder’s best locally owned bakeries, but this place isn’t your typically bakery!  Boulder Baked is known for being the late night sweet spot.  They offer baked goods which are delivered nightly, as well as onsite seating.  Their baked to order cookies and other sweet treats are perfect for any event or quick after-dinner snack.  Everything you get from Boulder Baked is made onsite using all natural and fresh ingredients.  They offer many delectables that are vegan and gluten free, in addition to special orders for allergies. Boulder Baked is located at 1911 Broadway, between Pearl and Walnut, and is open from 4pm-12am Tuesday through Sunday. 

This cute family owned shop has a huge variety of sweets to choose from including "out

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A look at the current real estate market; provided by RE/MAX ALLIANCE

Boulder County Real Estate MarketTwo months plus into this New Year and the Boulder Valley real estate market continues to show strong activity. Through February single family home sales are up 18% for Boulder County over last year for the same time period; attached unit sales are up 19%. The inventory level of available single family homes inched up 9% in February from January, but sold listings were up over 200% month-over-month. Sales continue to outpace the growth of listing inventory.

The US Department of Labor (Bureau of Labor Statistics) recently released their unemployment rates for the country and by state. Nationally, the unemployment rate stands at 7.7% at the end of February. Last year at this time the

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Ever heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousands words?” Of course you have, and if you are in the real estate industry you also know a picture can be worth thousands of dollars when presented correctly!  In fact, photography is a huge aspect of the real estate market in today’s modern high tech society. At BoulderHomeSource.com we are proud to endorse the photographic genius of Rob Larsen Photography Inc! Rob’s pictures are featured throughout our website and really demonstrate the benefits of high quality imagery as it relates to real estate.  We work exclusively with Rob Larsen on all of our property listings, which means our clients are receiving the best photography services available in our area!  

Rob Larsen Photography Rob Larsen Photography

Based out of Golden, Rob Larsen

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If you are looking for a brand new luxury home that offers every amenity and the most gorgeous views of the Rockies Boulder Valley has to offer, the property listed below is a must see!  This home which has been named Casa Siena, is the first to be built in the high-end neighborhood of Goldbranch in Niwot, Colorado.  

Listed for $3,399,000 this home features four bedrooms and five bathrooms spread out over three floors. With 8421 total square feet, 6817 Goldbranch Dr. has a full unfinished basement and a four car garage.  Casa Siena’s gourmet kitchen includes: gas range with self cleaning oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, and microwave.  With a eat-in kitchen and separate dining room the home offers plenty of space to entertain.  In addition the open

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CSA BoulderOne of the hottest topics in Boulder right now, especially since spring is right around the corner, is community supported agriculture programs or CSA’s.  In a city where there is a huge importance on local and organic in just about every avenue applicable, its no wonder that Boulder is leading our local CSA industry.  Boulder's community supported agricultural programs continue to grow by extending their reach and making it possible for businesses and individuals to buy directly from farms.  


Two of the main benefits of CSA programs are freshness and direct contribution to local economies. Offering a sustainable way to purchase produce makes it possible for local farms to keep their costs low and provide the best and freshest quality products. 

Here is

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Buying Real Estate 2013March 2013 is looking like its going to be a game of numbers for homeowners and about which buyer wants it more!   With the high demand on for sale homes in Boulder’s local market, potential buyers in March will be faced with a seriously competitive market.  In March it is expected that many buyers will try to beat the “rush” of spring by looking to contract early.  

Of course the overall lack of inventory is not going to make things easier for buyers, but the good news is that homeowners will finally see numbers swing back around into their court.  Although many of the homes that will be coming on to the market over the next year will increase in value, most of them will have still not reached the point of 2007’s values. 

What this says to sellers,

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Boulder Country Real EstateBoulder County’s year to date real estate statistics are in and show strong numbers as the month of February came to a close. These past two months have had the highest records of sold homes since 2007 in both single family and attached dwellings.  In January 2013, 167 single family homes and 62 attached dwellings sold in total.  February showed an increase of sales with 177 single family homes and 70 attached dwellings. Out of the 67 active listings that were priced under $200,000, yes there are still some in Boulder County,  51 of these properties sold in an average of 2.6 months.  Homes priced between $200,001 and $300,000 averaged an absorption rate of 3.6 months selling 74 out of the 135 active listings.  Absorption rates of 4.2 months was observed

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