Gen Z is poised to be the largest source of homebuyers in the United States. The post-millennial generation, or those born after 1996, make up about 32 percent of the population. And, according to a recent report by Realtor.com, 80 percent of them want to own a home before they turn 30.
This weekend the award-winning lifestyle builder Boulder Creek Neighborhoods will unveil its latest model home, the ranch-style easyHouse® 31 at Denio West in Longmont, at the corner of 9th and Hover. The grand opening, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday Feb. 9, showcases Boulder Creek’s mission to help home buyers right size in to a low-maintenance way of living.
Boulder County home sales declined for December, but overall 2018 sales held somewhat steady with a slight decrease.
Attractive introductory pricing paired with Markel Homes’s reputation for quality and design is driving sales at Silver Creek and Blue Sage, new Markel Homes communities in central and west Lafayette.
Boulder’s economic horizon will keep its rosy glow, though economists anticipate the pace will slow in the face of growing local and national challenges.
Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, the award-winning homebuilder based in Downtown Louisville, is announcing a new low-maintenance community in Superior. The neighborhood is called Rogers Farm, and is planned to open for sale in Spring 2019 with a limited offering of single-family homes at the corner of Second and Douglas Streets in Original Town Superior.
There is no question that population in Colorado is increasing. You can experience crowding on the roads when you’re commuting, and in even daily life when you visit the grocery store or go to restaurants. In fact, the Colorado Department of Public Affairs estimates that the population in Colorado will grow to over eight million by 2050.
If you’re looking to changeup your landscape by going back to natives, check out Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants, Saturday, February 16 at the Tivoli Turnhalle, Auraria Campus, Denver.