Colorado Real Estate News
Doubling-up or sharing a home with friends, roommates or family members isn’t new, but it is on the rise. Colorado’s doubled-up households grew to 25 percent in 2017 compared to 20 percent in 2006, bringing the total to more than the Great Recession of 2007-2009, according to a report by Shift Research Lab.
Boulder area markets continue an overarching trend of stability, even while presenting a “mixed bag” of sales that are slightly slowing, inventory hardly changing, and prices moderating.
Across the nation, baby boomers are aging and the demand for various levels of senior housing is high. Senior housing can be a major component in a family’s decision to move to a new location or stay in the same location. The supply and pricing of available senior housing can have a significant effect on when and where families move today.
Realtor Barb Passalacqua has been a real estate agent since 2014, but her history with the profession began much earlier. Her father was a real estate developer and real estate is in her blood. During the summers when she was in college, Barb worked for her father showing model homes to his clients.
Realtor Dave Wagner recently joined Equity Colorado Real Estate-Front Range located at 710 Kimbark Street in Longmont.
There’s no place like Colorado to raise children. With beautiful vistas, excellent weather, and a healthy economy, Colorado is the 12th best state in which to raise a family, according to recent analysis by WalletHub.
The tiny home craze is sweeping the nation and is becoming a lifestyle movement that promotes “tiny living,” that is, downsizing to a smaller financial and environmental footprint – or living with less, but with more freedom, time, and simplicity.
Maintaining a multi-year growth period, Colorado’s 2019 economic outlook remains cautiously positive, according to Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum committee chairpersons.
Undeterred by uncertain national economic trends, Boulder County Colorado’s housing market continues to hold fast and steady.
RE/MAX Nexus is Firestone is proud to announce that Kendra Bajcar has joined the team.
With school back in session, many students and parents face college decisions soon – and the steep costs of attending. It’s a decision with far reaching impacts on both sides of the cost-benefit balance sheet.
LONGMONT – ERA Tradewind Real Estate welcomes Michelle Morocco to its team. Michelle has 14 years of full-time real estate experience; the addition strengthens ERA Tradewind’s ability to serve the diverse market and offer high quality housing services the community...
Colorado dominates this year’s home value growth and stability rankings with three Colorado metros in the top ten – Boulder, No. 1; Fort Collins, No. 4; and Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, No. 8. Metro areas in Texas, California, North Dakota and Wyoming round out the top ten.
Despite their great long-term returns – they’ve averaged about 10 percent annually for decades – stocks are no longer Americans’ favorite long-term investment. What is? According to a nationwide Bankrate survey, it’s real estate.
Over my career, many people have asked me about the pricing hierarchy in our real estate market. By pricing hierarchy, I mean comparing the average and median prices of homes in our various market areas.
Your Berry Own Home: Advocating fiercely for clients and making home ownership attainable for Community MVPs
For nearly a decade, Heather Berry of Your Berry Own Home, powered by LoKation Real Estate, has been helping teachers, nurses, firefighters, police officers, veterans and other community standouts move into their “Berry Own Home,” as she likes to say.
Nearly three in 10 (28 percent) U.S. adults have no emergency savings, according to Bankrate’s latest Financial Security Index. One in four have a rainy day fund, but not enough money to cover three months’ worth of living expenses.
Colorado ranked a respectable fifth in WalletHub’s analysis on states with the most fun, but locals would say endless recreational opportunities make Colorado tops year-round.
FIRESTONE – Katie McReynolds has joined RE/MAX Nexus in Firestone. A Colorado native, Katie graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Finance and Chinese. During her studies, she taught English in Taiwan for a year. She now calls Denver home. Very...
RE/MAX of Boulder warmly welcomes Dustin Sagrillo and The Sagrillo Group to its team of Realtors.
RE/MAX of Boulder is proud to be a presenting sponsor of two summer concert series: Bands on the Bricks in Downtown Boulder and the Louisville Street Faire.
May sales are up in Boulder-area markets, but unlike the usual seller-driven market, buyers are beginning to gain advantage.
BOULDER – While wages have remained stagnant or increased only modestly for many Americans, Boulder is rising to the top. The city realized a $13,278 five-year rise in wages or 4.3 percent, making it No. 3 among the 347 metros with populations of 500,000 or less, says...
WK Real Estate is pleased to announce the addition of Broker Cynthia Hogarth Melek to its Boulder office.
Established in 1919, the Longmont Association of Realtors® (LAR) is still going strong today. To mark their centennial, they’re throwing a party. LAR will celebrate its 100th birthday with a party on June 25th at the Oak Room at Oskar Blues Brewery. The event is for...
Due to the passage of Colorado House Bill 19-1098 known as “the deeds bill,” changes have been made to the Colorado Division of Real Estate’s standard form, Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential). In addition to the changes to this contract, House Bill 19-1098 also necessitated changes to the Closing Instructions form used in Colorado real estate transactions.
BOULDER – Realtor Alicia Miller, who recently joined RE/MAX of Boulder, has lived in Boulder County for 24 years. She says she continues to feel lucky to live in such a beautiful place surrounded by an inspiring and supportive community. She grew up outside of Boston...
Buying a home is tricky for anybody, especially if it’s your first one, but parents have a far more stressful time than those without kids, according to Zillow Research.
Old is new again when it comes to mutigenerational households.
Given the demographic and economic forces at work, it’s no surprise that grandparents, parents, and adult children are living together.
Home-price growth is cooling, and that’s good news for buyers.