Noel Northglenn, Brighton’ s Annual Festival of Lights Parade & Winter Festival and Santa’s Village in Thornton kick off the December Holidays beginning this Friday in Denver’s north suburbs. The holiday season has quickly come upon us again this year. Are we really ready?
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These suburban communities are more affordable and still offer good schools and amenities to the relocation buyer. Check out Reunion which is another planned subdivision by Shea Homes.
I love living in Reunion. My family loves everything here. The schools are great, the recreation center is like a private sporting club, the open spaces live us plenty of room for biking and walking. There’s only one problem. We have to drive 9 miles to closest grocery store. But, soon that will change for […]
Have you have heard the news? Louisville, Colorado just got ranked by Money Magazine as The Best Small Town in America. Now, it’s taken the top spot 2 of the last 3 yrs. I known I am prejudiced because I live in Louisville but here are some reasons we are ranked so well.
As an Erie resident and an amateur genealogist, I am delighted to have this new employer moving to our area. Ok, it is not located in Erie but the expanded regional National archives will be in Broomfield next door and should offer another source of jobs. That’s good for our local economy and ultimately the […]
I have to agree with Brian’s article about the suburbs north of Denver. Some Realtors are such “Downtown Chauvinists” or “South-Side Snobs”, they never show Relocation Buyers what lies north of the city limits. Everyone has heard of LODO (Lower Downtown) and LOHI (Lower Highlands). So, now I have devised the acronym “NODE” to compete […]
Brian MacMillan All Denver Real Estate Blogger Here’s an update on the fire outside Boulder, Colorado from the perspective of a Boulder Realtor. The Boulder fire started a few days ago in the morning and has spread to around 7,000 acres since, in the Fourmile Canyon area west of Boulder, a Denver suburb. Reports have […]
By Brian MacMillan, Louisville Realtor Recently, Money Magazine was the latest publication to rank Louisville, Colorado as the best place to live in the country. The criteria used to select the top cities in the US were job opportunities coming to the surrounding area, affordability of housing, strength of schools, amount of open space within […]
by Paula King, Erie Real Estate Erie, Colorado is one of the fastest growing communities in the greater Denver/Boulder area. When the new elementary school opened last year, the enrollment was already over capacity. Now, another new elementary is slated to be built in the Canyon Creek subdivision and will open as soon as 2011. […]
by Paula King, Lafayette, Colorado real estate expert. When helping people find just the right home in Denver’s northern suburbs, I have found that schools become a priority for many Buyers. This week U. S. News and World Report chose Lafayette’s Peak to Peak Charter School as one of the best in the country. Lafayette […]