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A Certified Home Inspector Helps Cover your Assets

Considering all of the moving parts and checklists and transactions of purchasing a home, most home buyers put a team of professionals together to get the job done. Realtor? On speed dial. Morgtage lender? Check. Moving company? A no-brainer. Certified home inspector? Umm, I guess so…? Home inspections are not the sexiest part of purchasing […]

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Housing growth continues! Affordable new homes still to be found in outlying Boulder communities.

I’d love to tell you that the Boulder area’s housing market is trending toward greater available inventory. Unfortunately, I can’t. Thankfully, there is a bright spot for those who want to buy a home in the area. While new housing infill within the city of Boulder has practically hit its limit, if you look outward […]

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Go buffs

‘SKO Buffs! Buying Property for Your College Student Versus Dorm Life

If you have a college-bound student you’ve probably run a lot of numbers on what it will cost. You’ve factored for tuition, learning materials, computers, and room and board, plus extra spending money. The estimated cost for an in-state student to attend the University of Colorado Boulder is $30,0000 with half going toward education and […]

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Cannon Trail

Lafayette’s Cannon Trail Delivers the Character of This Unique Town

Diverge Homes is a local builder and developer that’s making a name for itself. Diverge is scoring a win with its new housing development named Cannon Trail in the heart of Lafayette. Incorporating thoughtful architecture with a community design influenced by Lafayette’s artistic and active character, this mid-size new neighborhood fits right in to Lafayette’s […]

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