Erie, CO

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Boulder Housing Bubble

Is Boulder real estate experiencing another housing bubble? We asked our experts and here is what they had to say.  

FACT: Denver Metro Home Value Is Soaring

Denver Metro is one of the fortunate areas when home values have seen a steady increase, making it a great place to invest in a home. Home values here have increased 8.4% since May 2014. That's a greater increase than any other metropolitan area. Getting in now means you'll see a greater return on your real estate investment.

Denver Metro Home Values

FACT: Boulder's Price Per Square Foot is Growing Fast

Boulder is proving to be an even strong place to invest than Denver. At the beginning of 2015 experts expected steady, moderate growth in home values in Boulder County. In fact that growth has been much

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Searching for a new home in Boulder, Colorado? Use our New Build Search Tool to find exactly what you're looking for. 

It's not the 90s, but there is still new construction happening all over the Front Range. Particularly, Erie, CO has seen a population boom fostered by new construction. At last count in 2013 Erie's population was at 19,723, a 213% growth since 2000. Erie prepared for growth by building a large recreation center, public library and an abundant amount of parks to ensure a high quality of living for new residents.

The city of Boulder still offers fill-in projects like TrailCrossing at Lee Hill where 31 new homes are currently being developed in North Boulder. Right off Lee Hill and walking distance from North Boulder's UpTown,

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Boulder Real Estate   Here’s a question in keeping with the arrival of spring and the birth of a new baseball season. What’s the most expensive baseball card ever sold? Is it the Tulowitzki rookie card? Not! You’d have to go back over a hundred years for the card that most expensive baseball cardsold in 2007 at auction for $2.8 million to Ken Kendrick, owner of the Arizona Diamondbacks. It’s the Honus Wagner T206 card produced by the American Tobacco Company between 1909 and 1911.    With that bit of baseball trivia, let’s segue from baseball to real estate and the concept of scarcity. What made the Honus Wagner card so valuable was the fact there were so few cards distributed – only forty to the public. What has made home values increase over the course of the past few years across…
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I ran across an article in magazine which I think may be helpful to you when you are thinking of selling your home and you are wondering if the money you spend on fix up is worth it. Of course there are may factors which go into making this kind of a decision.

How much did I pay for my home? What is my home worth as an average in the neighborhood--am I at the high or medium range when compared with the other homes which are for sale or have recently sold? I can help you determine that with a professional opinion called a competitive market analysis.

How much equity do I have in my home measured by the value above the financing or other obligations owed when you get that check at the closing table? Is my home an income property and will I

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An article authored by Steve Goldstein and re-printed in part for you by Warren Williams.

According to WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Colorado saw the fastest rate of house-price growth last year  in the nation, according to CoreLogic data released Tuesday.

CoreLogic reported home-price growth in December that slipped 0.1% on the month, to take the year-on-year move to 5%. CoreLogic was measuring single-family homes, including distressed properties like foreclosures and short sales.

At 8.4%, Colorado saw the strongest growth, followed closely by Texas at 7.8% and New York at 7.6%.

This report by CoreLogic seems to match the data which I posted last month for CO at around 9% through November of 2014.

With housing values on the increase and

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Finally, we’re out of the deep freeze. That’s what it felt like around the Boulder Valley as January gave way to February. Unfortunately, Punxsutawney Phil, the Seer of Sears, the Prognosticator of Prognostications, predicted six more weeks of winter when he saw his shadow on February 2nd. I’m betting on (hoping for) an early spring.

            The holidays are a distant memory and real estate buyers and sellers focus now turns to what they do best - buying and selling. The inventory of available properties will begin to grow as the weather improves, but will remain at a low level as demand continues to exceed supply.  For Boulder County, active single family home listings stood at 725 at the end of January/2014. At the end of January/2013 there

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Since the peak year of 2005, the Boulder Valley real estate market has been climbing a steep hill back to respectability. It has been a slow process. Sales activity in years 2006 through 2009 were on a downward spiral. The market stabilized in 2009 through 2011, then began an upward shift in 2012. This past year we saw market activity approach 2007 in Boulder County for single family home sales (3,491 vs. 3,570) and attached unit sales (1,329 vs. 1,426).  The market is still about 17% behind 2005 sales numbers, but headed in the right direction.

Below is an overview of sales activity for the past two years for single family homes in the various Boulder Valley areas, courtesy of IRES – the Northern Colorado MLS.      

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When I think of the ideal place to buy a home outside of Boulder, Colorado my mind automatically goes to the city of Erie. Erie, Colorado is a fairly new community located along the Front Range that is attracting people looking for quiet family oriented neighborhoods that offer a large variety of newly constructed homes. In fact, residents of Erie report having some of the highest ratings in the Front Range as far as quality of life and community growth are concerned. Located in between three of the state’s top producing local economies, Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins, Erie is the perfect place to buy real estate no matter where you work. Also boasting an above average median household income, affordable housing options, and gorgeous surroundings, it is

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