Boulder County May Housing Statistics

Boulder County May housing statistics are in. All statistics compare May 2019 to May 2020. Wondering what your property is worth? Interested in buying or selling? Call or email me.

BOULDER COUNTY HOUSING STATISTICS

 


Posted on June 22, 2020 at 4:06 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, Real Estate | Tagged , , , ,

April Housing Statistics Update

Boulder County April housing statistics are in. All statistics compare April 2019 to April 2020. Wondering what your property is worth? Interested in buying or selling? Give me a call or email me.

BOULDER COUNTY HOUSING STATISTICS


Posted on May 29, 2020 at 5:41 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, Real Estate | Tagged , , , , ,

Boulder County Real Estate Facts

Boulder County Real Estate has been strong and remains a good investment. Here is a quick infographic so you can see why I say this. If you have any questions about real estate during these tough times, please reach out. I’m here to support each of you and your real estate needs. Contact Janet!


Posted on April 21, 2020 at 4:26 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, Real Estate | Tagged , , ,

March Housing Statistics Update

March housing statistics are in. All statistics compare March 2019 to March 2020. Wondering what your property is worth? Interested in buying or selling? Give me a call or email me.


Posted on April 15, 2020 at 3:57 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, Real Estate | Tagged , , , , ,

2019 Boulder County Real Estate Statistics Overview | Attached Homes

I’m excited to provide you with the 2019 Boulder County Attached Housing Statistics. Please let me know if you have any questions about buying, selling or the value of your Boulder County home. Contact Janet Leap.

 


Posted on March 11, 2020 at 4:51 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, East Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Niwot, Superior, Uncategorized |

2019 Boulder County Real Estate Statistics | Single Family Homes

I’m excited to provide you with the 2019 Boulder County Single Family Housing Statistics. Please let me know if you have any questions about buying, selling or the value of your Boulder County home. Contact Janet Leap.


Posted on March 10, 2020 at 9:41 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, East Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Niwot, North Boulder, Real Estate, South Boulder, Superior, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , ,

The Front Range Dominates the list of Housing Markets for Growth and Stability!

Once again the Front Range dominates the list of Housing Markets for Growth and Stability in the entire USA! Boulder #1. Fort Collins #4. Denver #8. Interested in buying or selling? Let me help you find the right fit for you in this amazing housing market of ours! -Janet

 

 


Posted on August 5, 2019 at 7:42 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, Fort Collins, Real Estate | Tagged , , , , , , ,

Appreciation of Single Family Homes in Boulder, Colorado Since 1976

This chart shows appreciation of property in the City of Boulder from 1976 to 2017. Wondering about the value of your home? Give me a shout – Contact Janet!


Posted on April 23, 2018 at 5:24 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, City of Boulder, Real Estate | Tagged , ,

National Geographic Names Boulder The Happiest City in the United States!

Boulder has been given many accolades throughout the years, but this one tops them all. Our community was just given the honor of being named The Happiest City in America by National Geographic. This is really an honor!

“The winner: Boulder, Colorado. Bolstered by a sense of community, access to nature, sustainable urban development and preservation policies, and perhaps even that clean mountain air, Boulderites overwhelmingly feel “active and productive every day,” according to Buettner’s research. Per capita, more people walk to work in Boulder than in any other city in the U.S. Low rates of smoking and obesity, and high rates of exercise, contribute to the satisfaction locals feel. Life is not always rosy in the Rockies—stress is on the rise; on average, 49 percent of locals surveyed reported feeling stress—but the qualities that keep Boulder on top make this city America’s happiest.”

Read the whole #NationalGeographic article – These Are The Happiest Cities in the United States

 

I LOVE what I do! I have been in the Real Estate Industry now for over 13 years and am grateful to have found a career that I enjoy so much. I am highly organized and extremely efficient with a strong background in negotiations which always helps when in the middle of a tough transaction! I welcome all opportunities to work with you whether you are looking for your first home, looking to move to a larger home as your family grows, or looking to expand your portfolio and purchase an investment property. It is a great time for real estate in Boulder County! If you want to learn about what this market means to you and your family, just call or email. Contact me with all of your real estate needs! 

Janet Leap, GRI, CRS
Realtor/Broker Associate
RE/MAX of Boulder
m. 720.938.4197

Posted on October 19, 2017 at 4:54 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in 2017, Best of Boulder, Boulder | Tagged , , ,

Take These Steps to Prepare Your Family and Home in Case of Wildfire

It’s Especially Important to be Prepared for a Possible Wildfire During Hot, Dry Conditions

Hot temperatures and dry conditions =  high fire danger. It is important to have a plan to protect yourself and your loved ones before disaster strikes. Here are some steps you can take to prepare your family, home and property in the event of a wildfire.

Thank you to the City of Boulder for this list of what to do to be prepared:

Get Ready.

  • Prepare you home and property to survive a wildfire. Visit keep your home safe to learn more.
  • Sign up for emergency notifications at boco911alert.com to receive messages about imminent threats and hazards by text message, email, and/or on your cell, home or work phone. If you haven’t registered, you will not receive vital emergency notifications!
  • Create a family disaster plan. Be sure to include your pets in your plan.
  • Check with your insurance agent to be sure your home is properly insured for damage sustained by a wildfire.
  • Designate evacuations routes that lead to a safe meeting spot.
  • Create a “go bag.” Please see the Wildland Fire Preparedness Guide for a suggested list of items to include in your go-bag. It is recommended to scan and save important documents and photos on a removable hard drive.

Get Set.

  • Do not wait to be told to evacuate. Be proactive by initiating your family disaster plan early
  • Monitor boulderoem.org  for updates
  • Here is a list of “If time allows” preparedness measures:
  1. Close windows and doors
  2. Move combustible items (patio furniture, grill, firewood) to center of lawn
  3. Leave exterior lights on
  4. Leave sprinklers, garden hoses, and ladders in plain view
  5. Alert family and neighbors
  6. Leave a note on your front door with contact information

Go!

  • When to leave: Do not wait to be advised to leave. If advised to leave, follow your action plan and do so quickly.
  • Where to go: To the location pre-determined in your family disaster Plan or Ready, Set, Go Action Plan
  • What to take: Bring your “go bag”
  • Stay aware of the situation and follow your plan. Boulderoem.org  is a good source for emergency information.

The full article can be found at https://bouldercolorado.gov/newsroom/steps-to-prepare-your-family-and-home-in-the-event-of-a-wildfire


Posted on September 13, 2017 at 8:24 pm
Janet Leap | Posted in Boulder, Boulder County, City of Boulder, DIY, Lafayette, Longmont, Natural Disasters, Niwot, Superior | Tagged ,