December 2012

Found 3 blog entries for December 2012.

The City of BoulderIf you are considering purchasing a home in Boulder, Colorado, congratulations you are making a great financial investment. Boulder is an incredibly livable city, and one that’s a great fit for a variety of people. Boulder is family friendly so it makes for a fantastic place to raise your children or send your kids to college. It also has a great art and nightlife scene that appeals to younger professionals who are hoping for a more urban environment to call home. With its wonderful four seasons weather, friendly community, and overall sense of environmental awareness; Boulder really is a great place to buy a home and settle down. If you’re unfamiliar with the area, here are a few things to consider before contacting an agent to start searching for homes

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Downtown Fort CollinsMany people outside Colorado only think of Boulder when they think of green minded, outdoors oriented and bicycle loving communities; but many locals might actually think of Fort Collins instead.  Overall the city is less expensive and just as laid back as Boulder but not as crowded.  Fort Collins has more breweries per head than any other place in the state and is known as a college town cycling and mountain biking paradise. Additionally the river that runs through the city provides world-class kayaking and tons of walking and hiking trails.  This community is so beautiful, that the picturesque Old Town area was actually used for inspiration in the building of Main Street in Disneyland. One thing if for sure, if you visit Fort Collins you will not be at

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Welcome to Golden ColoradoIf you are thinking of moving to Golden, Colorado, it is important for you to learn about life there as well as the real estate market and trends.  Golden is a city that offers high quality education, employment opportunities and a chic entertainment and nightlife scene.  The population of Golden is around 19,000, and regularly gets plenty of visitors who come for its festivals and its tourist attractions.  At one point in time, it was actually the capital of the Colorado Territory.  Now, it is the home to the Colorado School of Mines which is the second oldest school and the oldest public university in the state.

Aerial View Golden COWhen it comes to Golden real estate, you will find excellent examples of modern architecture available for affordable prices.  Because of the

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