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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting the owner of one of Boulder’s most desirable home remodeling companies. Mark Lévesque is the creative mind behind KBC Remodeling Services and is truly one of the most genuine business men if have ever met. Built on a solid reputation for their skills, talent and in house approach, KBC has flourished in the Boulder County community due to their client’s referrals and impeccable word of mouth. Some of the most impressive things I took away from meeting with Mark was that he has a keen eye for design features. He also understands how to pair expectations with real budget concerns and how to make sustainable look chic.

When you hire KBC to remodel your home one thing you are guaranteed is that the project

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Sometimes you just need a change, and if this change is going to happen in your home you may want to call an interior designer. Might as well bring in the experts and let them transform your space. We all know how nice it is to support local business, so we have found some very talented interior designers right here in Boulder to help you.

Lola Gray Home and Design is one of our top picks. You may have known them as Boulder Interior Design Company. With a group of three very talented designers you are sure to get whatever look you are after. Want a taste of what they love to do? Head to their retail shop at 2516 Broadway where you can see first hand their talents of mixing old and new. Call them at 303-997-8230 to book your consultation today. You

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World-renowned architect, author, and keynote speaker Sarah Susanka is known for her unique architectural designs and her vision for living life in the present. As she worked closely with many clients, listening to what they were looking for and noticing what they found truly appealing in a home, she developed an idea for an architectural design concept, which she has dubbed the “Not So Big” home theory. 

The idea behind this concept focuses on making life simpler and more efficient for homeowners who see quality of life and craftsmanship as more significant standards than square footage. Not at all the same thing as the “tiny house” or “pixy home” movement that some people find appealing, the Not So Big home theory simply does away with

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Construction barrels full steam ahead on the new Boulder Junction/Transit Station Village that is being developed at 30th Street and Pearl Street/Parkway. Offering mixed use accommodations, this area will feature condos, a hotel, retail shops, commercial real estate and more when completed! Innovations surrounding this “multimodal, transit-focused residential and commercial hub” (Daily Camera 4/8/2012) are expected to help further transform the City of Boulder’s growing real estate and transit industries.

Here are some progress pictures of the various new construction projects going on:

Depot Square at Boulder Junction will cover 3.28-acres and consist of a 60,000 sq. ft. underground Regional Transportation District Park-n-Ride bus station.

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Boulder County real estate market has started the year a little slower than 2013 did. Through February/2014 single family homes sales are down 16.4% (296 vs. 354) and attached unit sales are down 9.5% (123 vs. 136) compared to the same timeframe for 2013. Overall the market is down 14.5%. Available inventory for single family homes was down 20% at the end of February/2014 compared to the end of February/2013 (752 vs. 939); fewer active listings would lead one to believe there would be fewer sales (Columbo 101). The Absorption Rate, for single family homes, at the end of February/2013 stood at 161 days. At the end of February/2014 that number was 150 days, which means properties are selling about 7% faster these days than they did at this time last

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According to an article published by The Denver Post, institutional investors, that is non-lender buyers who have purchased 10 or more homes over the past 12 months, have set siege on the Denver real estate market over the last year.  These findings were based on stats they acquired from RealtyTrac. The statistics also indicate a 20.1 % higher rate of institutional investment home sales during January 2014 occurred over the previous year during the same time.  The news comes in contrast to a 22 month low as of January for institutional investment purchases across the nation.

The Denver Post further reported that Ron Throupe of the University of Denver's Daniels College of Business, said that several institutional entities, mostly those that consist

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