Most of us in Colorado feel happy about our life. Our degree of happiness and healthiness is measured annually when Gallup conducts its wellbeing survey. In the recently released 2018 results, Colorado ranked No. 6 on the Gallup National Health and Well-Being Index.
The Bernardi Group, a Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, is pleased to welcome Brandon Del Campo to its Boulder office.
RE/MAX Alliance has expanded, opening a new office in Lafayette to better serve its clientele across the Front Range. Located in flourishing downtown Lafayette at 109 N. Public Road, the location is outfitted with virtual workspaces, a conference room, and full time staff.
Home sales for Boulder-area real estate got off to a slow start in 2019 despite fairly mild January weather, resulting in decreased sales compared with a year ago.
Century Communities, a top 10 national home builder, is excited to announce that its Retreat at Ridgegate model home in Lone Tree has won the Gold Award for the “Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Priced Over $1 Million” from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
RE/MAX of Boulder Realtor Will Calkins is originally from Chicago’s historic Oak Park area. He grew up exploring Frank Lloyd Wright homes, painting Victorian homes in historic neighborhoods, and swimming and racing bicycles across the Midwest. He also spent time traveling – studying abroad in Spain twice and living in Spain, Italy, and Venezuela before moving to Colorado. Having traveled extensively, he recognizes that few places can offer the dazzling beauty and lifestyle of Colorado’s mountains, sunny climate and culture.
More than 40 percent of homeowners in Boulder County are equity rich – that is the amount of loans secured by the property is 50 percent or less of the property’s estimated market value, according to ATTOM Data Solutions in it’s third quarter 2018 U.S. Home Equity and Underwater Report.
Boulder County home sales declined for December, but overall 2018 sales held somewhat steady with a slight decrease.
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.
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.