November 2008

Found 1 blog entry for November 2008.

"...when the coastal market slows, the Boulder County market tends to see a surge in activity..."

Boulder’s controlled growth has historically been a strong insulator for the local market. It is a prime example of Adam Smith’s Supply-Side economics at work. The Boulder market has remained strong by limiting growth, while some of the outlying areas such as Erie and Weld County have seen their markets stay flat or decline in some areas. As we see other areas such as Superior, Louisville, and Lafayette bump up against their building moratoriums, these markets should be seeing an increase in property values as well. Some areas continue to subscribe to the more is better philosophy; Weld County and Longmont are two example of this approach

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