Boulder Area Homes

By shaye • June 15th, 2010

The primary focus of a Boulder, Colorado real estate broker who specializes in commission rebate is to help people buying homes and property in the communities and neighborhoods in that area. If you are interested in using a real estate broker instead of a real estate agent there are many websites with resources for homebuyers in communities throughout Colorado. The following Boulder County cities are some great places to consider purchasing real estate: Boulder, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Niwot, Gunbarrel, Lyons, and Longmont. Importantly, buyer rebate transactions brokers can close any type of real estate transaction from commercial deals to condos.

The Boulder area offers something for everyone. For those of you not from or familiar with the area, let’s begin by taking a look at the city of Boulder. Boulder is the largest city in the county, and certainly the densest as it’s nearly 95,000 residents occupy only 25.4 square miles. Boulder is only 25 miles NW of Denver. Boulder certainly has a quirky charm, but its reputation has probably become misleading.

With so many amenities and so many sunny days to enjoy them, Boulder has become a great place to live no matter what walk of life you come from. From the famed Chautauqua Park at the base of the iconic Flatirons to Boulder Creek, which runs through the University of Colorado, Boulder’s beauty is everywhere. Especially when you consider the city is surrounded by over 36,000 acres of public open space. When you feel like staying local, you can cruise the historic Pearl Street Mall downtown or take in the world class Farmer’s Market; and when you’re up for a stretch, Rocky Mountain National Park is less than an hour away.

Boulder is a great place to live, but everyone else knows that and there is a limited housing stock. As a result, Boulder real estate is very expensive. Even as it appears the worst of the housing crisis is behind us, the median price of a single-family home in Boulder was $530,000 last quarter…well above the $235,000 price found in the Denver area.

The other factor that will test your resolve and flexibility as you search for a home in Boulder is the nature of the housing stock. On average, Boulder homes are older and smaller than you might expect. This is a function of many things including: costs, density, local regulation, culture, and demographics. You’ll likely find a home that works for you, but it may take some time.

If the costs and housing stock in Boulder become an issue for you,

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there are plenty of alternatives. Many people consider the Superior-Louisville-Lafayette corridor instead, which puts you closer to Denver, but you’re still looking at a median price in the upper three hundreds. If cost is

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your biggest factor, consider Longmont, which recently has a median price of $225,000.

Tommy Lorden is a Commision Rebate Agent in Boulder, Colorado. To learn more about the Boulder, Colorado real estate market or Buyer’s Rebate Transaction Broker’s visit my website at www.coloradocommissionrebate.com.

 

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