Boulder County Buzz - May 2019

Spring is finally in full swing, and summer is only a month away, which is hard to believe. Now that we've surely seen the last of the snow and cold, it's time to think about our gardens. The Hatches raised garden beds are starting to see sprouts from radish, kale and beet seeds pushing through the soil. And the hops vines are reaching higher by the minute. I have a great article here on container gardening, and some helpful guides from Colorado State University with a lot of info if you're just starting out as a green thumb.

This is a busy time of year for house shopping. We are in full swing here and with more houses for sale and pickier buyers than in previous years, we are seeing some price reductions and more days on market. It’s finally become a bit more normal and balanced. However, the low price end of the market and the high end of the market seem to be performing with more vigor. Again, performance is tied to factors like specific areas and what price point. If you're looking to buy, this is a great time to reach out to see if we can find a good deal for you. I always look forward to chatting with you, and if you have any friends or family that are considering jumping into the market, I'd love to hear from them too.

This month I'm featuring another non-profit program: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. MS is an unpredictable, often disabling, chronic and typically progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, whose symptoms may include numbness, impairment of speech and of muscular coordination, blurred vision, and severe fatigue. Please follow this link to give today for MS. Please see how important this program is and consider giving today! 

As always, thank you for your business and remember that I’m never too busy for your referrals,

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