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Lawsuit Versus Boulder Aims for Development in Northern Planning Reserve

The city and county of Boulder are being sued by a couple who are seeking to develop more than 80 acres of land north of Boulder. Bo and Meredith Parfet want to force the annexation of a portion of their property. This could undo the restrictions that have limited the growth of Boulder for decades. The couple bought five parcels …

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7 Reasons to Relocate to Boulder, Tomorrow

Recent global outlook reports like  Colliers Global Investor Outlook 2016 and Price Waterhouse Coopers Emerging Trends in Real Estate The Outlook for 2016 consistently name Denver, Colorado as one of the primary markets for real estate investors in 2016. This trend applies to virtually all towns and cities in the greater metro area, particularly between Denver and the foothills.  That …

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How to Buy a Home When You Have Student Loan to Pay

Should you buy a home while still paying for student loan? If you’re currently working or was out of college for a long while, you might be thinking about buying your own home. However, the dilemma of still having a student loan to pay might hold you back. Are you going to finish paying the existing debt first? Is it …

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More Older People Are Renting These Days

There has been an uptick in renters since 2005 according to a recent report by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies. People in their 50s and 60s made the largest chunk of the increase. But the majority of the renters are currently 40 or older. The population of renters includes a growing number of Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers due …

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Superior Will Have Its Own Library

Superior pays about $250,000 to Louisville for access of its residents to the Louisville library every year. New digital library services are among the features that Elia Gourgouris envisioned for their library. These services are not currently available in Louisville. “We don’t want to duplicate, but have something different and unique,” Gourgouris said. There’s an ongoing discussion now for a …

Keep the Mold Away

This summers weather has been abnormally humid for Colorado. Boulder County typically has a dry climate but when the humidity reaches a certain point, it can cause mold to grow if your home is not ventilated properly. If you want to keep your home mold-free it is important to keep an eye on the humidity level inside.  The use of humidifiers is especially …