Real Estate Rebound

In many industries, a bright light is shining on the belief that we’re in come-back time. Current statistics on Colorado’s residential real estate are proving the trend to be true. “I have been a Boulder Realtor over 40 years and have seen at least seven recessions, but this one has been the toughest,´ said Jim […]

Appraising the 2011 market

Well, if you were to look at just the numbers, you’d be hard pressed to call 2011 a banner year for Boulder Valley home sales. Still, there is a lot of optimism in the market, especially because the market appeared to be generating momentum through the end of the year and into the first two […]

Top home sales of 2011

In a real estate market struggling to bounce back after the recession, 2011 may have marked a turning point for luxury home sales in the Boulder area. Although the majority of the year saw stagnant sales, the last months showed promising growth as high-end homes started to sell and buyers began to outnumber available homes. […]

Living in NoBo

It used to be known as Dogpatch after the Li’l Abner comic strip depicting an isolated hill town where barefoot locals wanted nothing to do with society’s “new-fangled” commodities. Today, North Boulder, NoBo to those who live and work there, is rocking in new kicks and a tie. Ranch-styles from the 1950s on one-acre lots […]

History comes alive

A100- year-old house full of old stuff wasn’t what Alex and Grant Besser were looking for when, just a couple of months ago, they signed the contract agreeing to pay $1.1 million to make it theirs. But that’s what they got. They also got a good deal. In the 572 days that the 1109 Pine […]