The economy of this area is rapidly growing which clearly indicates that Longmont CO real estate is a good investment. The IBM plant was the first major boost to Longmont's manufacturing economy which was followed by other big names came to Longmont such as Seagate and Maxtor. The appreciation rate of Longmont real estate property has maintained a healthy balance, even in periods of general real estate slowdowns. The average cost of a single family house in Longmont, Colorado is about $300,000, which is quite affordable when compared to other Boulder County cities.

The natural beauty of this mountainous region, combined with ultra modern architectural designs of homes by the renowned architect Andres Duany, is beckoning more people into its midst every year. The total population of Longmont, Colorado is about 85,000, and the population density is approximately 4,000 people per square mile in this town. The major employers in Longmont Colorado include: St. Vrain Schools (3392 employees), Seagate Technology (1605 employees), Longmont United Hospital (1285 employees), Amgen (1183 employees) and Butterball, a turkey processing plant (920 employees) among others. The job growth rate is predicted to surpass 25 percent over the next few years.

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