Louisville, CO

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Just Reduced 40K In Luxury Neighborhood!

  • $825,000
  • 4 bed, 4.5 baths
  • 3,091 square ft
  • Half acre lot
   

A great chance to make your own mark on a home and a smart investment!

This home has an open, flowing, inviting floor plan with cheerful natural light throughout. It has fabulous curb appeal and casual elegance. It is perfect for entertaining, families, as well as a retreat from busy lives. The half-acre lot is surrounded by open space on three sides making this a very private property along with extensive landscaping. The fenced in backyard has terraces, gardens and a coy pond.

A gourmet kitchen opens to a gracious two story family room with built in bookshelves and fireplace. Main floor master suite has a coffered

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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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We’re into the fourth year of a relatively stable real estate market across the Boulder Valley, Northern Colorado, and the Metro Denver area. Available inventory of homes continues to be an issue, with the current Absorption Rate for single family homes through February/2015 in Boulder County being 134 days. That number will decrease as the area real estate market shifts into a higher gear with the advent of spring and summer. The overall Absorption Rate for 2014 for single family homes in Boulder County was 76 days.

Boulder County sales activity is ahead of last year through February. There have been 328 single family homes sold thus far this year compared to 300 last year; 145 attached units sold this year compared to 124 attached

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Great Investment Listing in Luxury Neighborhood Just Listed!

  • $867,900
  • 4 bed, 4.5 baths
  • 3,091 square ft
  • Half acre lot
 

This home has an open, flowing, inviting floor plan with cheerful natural light throughout. It has fabulous curb appeal and casual elegance. It is perfect for entertaining, families, as well as a retreat from busy lives. The half-acre lot is surrounded by open space on three sides making this a very private property along with extensive landscaping. The fenced in backyard has terraces, gardens and a coy pond.

A gourmet kitchen opens to a gracious two story family room with built in bookshelves and fireplace. Main floor master suite has a coffered ceiling, a fireplace, dual closets, and offers solitude and

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When picturing your dream home perhaps you see an open floor plan, master suite, granite countertops, but you might be overlooking the most important quality - investment. Not since the 90s have we seen such a high demand for real estate. Demand is high, inventory is low, basic supply and demand means prices will continue to increase. 

The low supply/high demand trend looks like it's at the beginning of a long climb. Lou Barnes, a mortgage lender with Premier Group in Boulder was recently quoted in the Daily Camera, "We're within sight of the last single-family detached (home) in Boulder County." Barnes is referring to the fact that most of Boulder's subdivisions have been built out and the county is considering more building restrictions for the

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I ran across an article in Realtor.net 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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Boulder County’s inventory is low, making it a seller’s market. With fewer homes for sale, sellers are in the best position to negotiate not only the price of their home, but the terms of their contract making it a great time to sell. Even if you are looking to relocate later in the year, now may be the perfect time to put your home on the market. Here are a few scenarios to help you decide.

Scenario 1: You’re moving out of Boulder County

Even if your move is planned for later in the year, putting your house on the market now may be the perfect move. Selling early in the year means less competition later from spring sellers. This makes it very likely your home will sell before you move, alleviating the worry of two mortgages.

Scenario 2: We

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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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Looking for holiday events in Boulder, Louisville, Longmont and Broomfield? Find free, low-cost and popular holiday events here.

St. Nick on the Bricks

  • November 29 – December 20, 2014, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Location: Downtown Boulder Visitors Information Center (1300 block of the Pearl Street Mall)
  • Admission: Free!
  • Contact: Anna Salim
  • Visit Website

Saturdays from November 29-December 20, kids of all ages can visit with Santa at the Downtown Boulder Visitor Information Center for FREE. Bring your list and a camera to capture priceless holiday memories.

29th Street Mall Holiday Events

  • What The Dickens Carolers -  Dec. 5,6,12,13,19 and 20 - 3-5pm - Macy's Plaza
  • Horse Drawn Carriage Rides - Dec. 5,6,12,13,19 and 20 - 5-7pm -
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REDUCED! 760 Pinehurst Court, Louisville: A great home in a great neighborhood

  • MLS® #749401
  • Price $639,90
  • Last Price $649,900
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Baths 2.5
  • Square Footage3,671

Louisville is a top ranking city to live in, and this Coal Creek neighborhood home conveys why! Bright and open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, perfect for living and entertaining. This home has a full basement including a built-in bar with a refrigerator and microwave, craft room, and a large rec room. With three bedrooms and a master upstairs, there is room for all. Large 3 car garage to hold all your toys! Many biking and running trails, and close to Downtown Louisville.

 

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