Popular Cities in Colorado for Business Professionals

April 17, 2014 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, National Real Estate, Our Outdoor Playground, Uncategorized

Colorado is home to a variety of different industries, some with historic roots and others just budding or breaking new ground.  This, along with our gorgeous Rocky Mountains and recreational opportunities, attract a huge range of people interested in a variety of real estate ventures every year.  With so many opportunities to find the right home and the right career path, people considering relocating to Colorado will benefit by looking into which industries flourish the most in their desired areas.

Boulder, Colorado - This is the perfect place for an original idea or startup company and is also the Front Range’s independent business headquarters.  Home to the area’s most unique food scene, tons of local boutique shops, and being the fitness capital of the nation; Boulder is a great place if these industries are of interest to you.

Luxury Home Market is Booming!

December 18, 2013 in Boulder Events, Boulder Housing Stats, Colorado News, Community News, Featured Listings, Financial News, National Real Estate, New Listings, Uncategorized

Driven by sales in Boulder, the luxury home market in the Boulder County area is booming! Check out the article below for more information:



Prepping For The Ski Season!

December 4, 2013 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, Our Outdoor Playground, Uncategorized

Well, the snow is here and its about time to start going up to the mountains on your days off, but like every year we hope that we get through season without any injuries. Go check out the link below for the top five prep training and tools that you should do to keep yourself healthy and fit during this ski season!


Boulder ranks top city for well-being

March 17, 2011 in Uncategorized

Boulder, Colo., top city for well-being
Published: March. 15, 2011 at 9:11 PM

Comments (0)EmailPrintListen WASHINGTON, March 15 (UPI) — People living in Boulder, Colo., scored the best for well-being in 2010 among 188 U.S. metropolitan areas, the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index indicates.

Lincoln, Neb., Fort Collins, Colo., Provo, Utah, and Honolulu rounded out the Top 5 cities, while the Huntington, W.Va.,-Ashland, Ky., area had the lowest score.

Overall, states in the West scored higher and those in the South scored lower.

The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index score is an average of six sub-indexes, which individually examine life evaluation, emotional health, work environment, physical health, healthy behaviors and access to basic necessities.

Among large cities, people in Washington and Austin, Texas, scored highest on the well-being index, while Louisville, Ky., scored the lowest, the survey says.

The telephone interviews of 352,840 adults was conducted as part of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey Jan. 2-Dec. 29, 2010.

One of the reasons Boulder is tops in the nation in well-being is because of its plentiful opportunities for its residents to “learn something new or interesting” via book stores, museums, art exhibits and non-traditional learning environments, such as topical community seminars at local colleges.

The margins of error for the Metropolitan Statistical Areas vary according to size, ranging from less than 1 percentage point for the largest cities and 6.5 percentage points for the smallest cities.

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February 2011 Market Statistics

March 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

Please follow the link bellow to see a statistics piece for Boulder, Broomfield & Surrounding Areas – February 2011.

February 2011 Statistics (PDF)

Boulder County Grows-From the desk of Dunbar Hardy

March 1, 2011 in Uncategorized

When looking at successful real estate transactions, it is important to remember the age-old Supply vs. Demand economics mantra. A factor that directly affects Demand is an increase in population, and that is why the recently announced 2010 Census results caught my attention.

The most recent census shows that overall the population of Colorado increased 16.9% (to 5, 029,196), while the City of Boulder specifically increased nominally 2.9% (to 97,385 people) over the last 10 years (from 2000 – 2010). Other communities of Boulder County that had significant growth are Longmont +21.3% and Superior +38.5%, while Erie (which straddles Boulder & Weld Counties) increased by 94% and Broomfield (which straddles Boulder & Broomfield Counties) increased by 46%.
Boulder County Cities/Towns:
Boulder: 97,385, up 2.9 percent.
Longmont: 86,270, up 21.3 percent.
Broomfield: 55,889, up 46 percent.
Lafayette: 24,453, up 5.4 percent.
Louisville: 18,376, down 3.1 percent
Superior: 12,483, up 38.5 percent
Niwot: 4,006, down 3.7 percent.
Allenspark: 528, up 6.5 percent
Jamestown: 274, up 33.7 percent
Gold Hill: 230, up 9.5 percent
Ward: 150, down 11.2 percent.

For more info go to: www.bcbr.com/article.asp?id=56268