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Open House Saturday October 6th 11am-2pm

5101 Saint Vrain Road | Longmont CO

Saint Vrain

Magnificent estate with quality finishes unsurpassed by any other in Boulder county. Spectacular views and quiet country setting! Step inside to the warmth of luxury. Sun filled with walls of windows, rolled travertine tile, vaulted ceilings, arched beams and large art studio. Amazing care taker apartment. Escape to your master retreat with solarium and jetted tub. Let out your inner chef in gourmet kitchen. Close to hiking, biking and horse trails. A short drive to amenities. Stunning horse barn with finished studio. Gated drive.

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Call us directly 303.402.6000

 

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“Relocating to Boulder, Colorado?”

I just got off a conference call with a real estate broker from Valencia, California where they are receiving multiple offers on properties, especially those priced below $500,000. Is this good news for Colorado real estate and especially Boulder real estate?

In the early 90’s when California was faced with earthquakes and riots, the Californians were anxious to move to Boulder, Colorado. In the last few years there have been many Californians with the desire to move to Boulder however we didn’t take them too seriously because it was impossible for them to sell their homes in California in order to relocate to Boulder, Colorado. However, now that their homes are selling in California lets hope that holds optimism for Boulder County Real Estate!

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“Your Home: An Asset or a Liability?”

For years and years in the Boulder real estate market we always considered our personal residence an asset. An asset that would keep growing and growing, giving and giving. Unfortunately too many of us have used our homes in the United States as a credit card, never the intended purpose of a residential property. I ask my sellers many times when I go to visit them at their home – is this home truly an asset at this point or is it a liability to you? If you are no longer getting the benefit of the enjoyment of living in your property, if you cannot maintain the property and certainly if you cannot afford to make the payments on your property then the property is a liability, not an asset and should be sold.