Boulder County Buzz - August 2019

This summer has been awesome! A balance of lots of work and fun trips Montana, Ohio, Maine and Philly to see family and friends and Phish and camping with Krissy and the kids! It’s always such a busy time, with so many festivals and events. And there's never an end to fun things to do in Boulder County! As summer starts to wind down, with kids going back to school, and pool season coming to an end... we're so close to enjoying the cool relief of fall and an end-of-summer party at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City. I hope you've made lots of great summer memories in 2019 with your friends and family. I can't wait for a beautiful fall that's coming up fast!

And on to real estate: In a tight "sellers-market," purchasing with cash has been a way to set yourself apart in the home buying sphere. Below we share an article from USA Today explaining how a more buyer-friendly market means cash is no longer king. We also bring you the second installment of the Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine series on choosing the best contractor for your job. Our last article from MarketWatch explains why Boulder has been ranked the No.1 most stable housing market in the country for the 5th year in a row!

Buying a new home is a major investment, and takes a lot of consideration. Let me help you work through all the details, and figure out what's best for your needs now, and in the future. Let's talk! Drop me a line, I'm always excited to rap with you about real estate!

OMG #33? YEP! Please tune in to Part 33 From the Trail to hear how the #33 relates to you!

And finally, this month I’m featuring another place to contribute in honor of my friend Tom Cohen’s son Zach Cohen who passed away this summer from a bone marrow transplant to treat leukemia. Zach lived a full life in his 19 years, and dealt bravely with battling leukemia for almost 3 years. I want to sponsor additional research and raise money to find a cure for disease research. My dad also has leukemia and so I urge you to give today and to please see how important this is and consider giving today!

Until next month,