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Boulder Valley Communities:




The city of Boulder is home to more than 100,000 residents. With a low crime rate, plenty of green space, and convenient transportation options, Boulder real estate is popular with buyers from around the country who are looking for a better quality of life.

The renowned city of Boulder, Colorado encompasses approximately 27.8 square miles of land, nestled at the foot of the Flatirons.

As more people discover the exceptional lifestyle that the city has to offer, real estate in Boulder has been in high demand for several years. This growing demand for Boulder homes has led city officials to impose a 1% limit on housing growth, with the intention of preserving the high quality of life that residents here have come to know and love.


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The Broomfield real estate market has experienced a major surge in economic growth over the last two decades, and is currently home to more than 57,000 residents. With extensive trails and park space, residents here enjoy a high quality of life.

The Broomfield real estate market features a thriving industrial, commercial, and residential community. In particular, commercial growth has exploded with the recent opening of the FlatIron Crossing Mall. Neighboring that development is the Interlocken Business Park, which is home to some of the area’s largest employers.

The business barometer is high in Broomfield, and the economy mirrors the stability of the manufacturing climate of Boulder and Broomfield Counties.


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Erie, Colorado is conveniently located on the eastern edge of Boulder County, and spills into Weld County.

Situated less than 25 minutes from downtown Denver via Interstate 25, and just 15 minutes from Boulder, Erie CO is ideally located for a wide variety of home buyers. The town is nestled in the heart of Colorado’s major business and population centers, as well as the state’s premier educational and research facilities.

Erie proper covers approximately 9.5 square miles, and the current population is just over 18,000 people.


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There are about 26,000 residents that currently call Lafayette home. Buyers are attracted to Lafayette because of its many new home subdivisions, and its beautiful Hale Irwin-designed golf course.

Lafayette, Colorado is located approximately 11 miles east of Boulder, and covers 8.2 square miles.The city has experienced rapid growth in recent years, with its population reaching above 25,000 residents.

There are many new residential subdivisions in Lafayette, which gives property buyers a great deal of choice when searching for the perfect Lafayette house, condo, or farm land. Lafayette is also home to a number of brand new commercial developments as well.
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Roughly 19,000 residents currently live in Louisville, which was rated by Frommers as “The Best Place to Raise a Family” and also made Money Magazine‘s list of “The Best Places to Live.”

Popular among families and professionals alike, Louisville continues to attract new residents every year.

Buyers are drawn to Louisville real estate because of the community’s old-fashioned values and welcoming spirit.


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Longmont has approximately 85,000 residents, numerous city parks, challenging golf courses, and a variety of employers to choose from.


Located in the heart of Colorado’s Technological Corridor, Longmont attracts start-up businesses and established companies that want a vibrant place to put down roots. In addition to being a thriving business center, Longmont is also popular among residential home buyers.


People invest in Longmont real estate because of the area’s small town atmosphere and its close proximity to the University of Colorado. A friendly population and a welcoming spirit are what Longmont is known for.


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Located 14 miles north of Boulder, the community of Lyons sits at the gateway of Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.

There are almost 1800 residents that call this community home, but the local population swells each summer when the Lyons Planet Bluegrass Festival is held.

The community features many attractive small-town qualities such as antique shops, art galleries, homegrown restaurants, and two riverfront parks.


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Located 15 miles west of Boulder, Nederland is a special place for those who love the outdoors. Skiing is only 5 minutes away at the Lake Eldora ski area, where the University of Colorado ski teams train.

The largest mountain town in Boulder County, Nederland offers homeowners the contrast of rustic mountain life with the more city-like atmosphere of neighboring Boulder. Approximately 1400 people call Nederland home today.

With the city of Boulder located just 17 miles away—3000 feet down the canyon, the real estate market here is poised for growth.


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Niwot is a friendly village that is located between Longmont and Boulder. Niwot houses just over 4,000 residents, and has a charming historic district.

An unincorporated town encompassing about four square miles, Niwot lies east of Hwy. 119, which is better know as “The Diagonal” between Boulder and Longmont.

The Niwot real estate market is setting its course for growth, but there is an active community association that keeps its residents updated about current concerns and development.


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Superior, Colorado,  features beautiful parks and convenient access to the Flatirons Shopping Mall.  The town of Superior has recently experienced a surge of both residential and commercial real estate growth. The newly built Rock Creek Ranch subdivision has drawn new home buyers to the Superior real estate market, thereby pushing the town’s population to 12,000 people.


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