Boulder County Buzz - September 2019

Fall is just a few short days away, and we're enjoying the cooler weather and the glimmer of gold on the aspen trees. Now is the season to get yard work done and winterize your outdoor plants in preparation for winter. But my favorite part of fall is enjoying drinks and s'mores in the cool evenings around a fire on the fore pit with family and friends. Be sure to follow all rules around bonfires this time of year. What's you favorite part of fall in Boulder County? Mine? Chasing my kids, trout and preparing for the Aspen Golden leaf half marathon later this month.

After some stutters in June, the national housing market is looking up. We share an article from MarketWatch on lower mortgage rates giving a slight boost to home prices in 2020. If you love supporting Colorado companies, our second article from 5280 is for you! Learn about 6 local furniture companies that are providing stylish home decor. And our last article is about the new Open Space Master Plan that was unanimously passed by the Boulder Council to manage the 46,000 acres surrounding the city.

Peak season is slowing down, but that doesn't mean it's a bad time to buy (or sell)! Mortgage rates are low, and that means it's a great time to jump into the market. Whether you're looking to sell or buy, I'm always available to discuss the current market. Shoot me an email, or give me a call, I look forward to hearing from you!

In the meantime, come fly with me to 2132 Pine Street in Boulder, Colorado. A beautiful home for the buyer who’s tired of worn out, beat up, janky homes but wants a 102 year old home with old school charm and graced with all modern amenities, situated in downtown Boulder, Colorado. This is the one!

OMG #34? YEP! Please tune in to Part 34 From the Trail! What are you grateful for?

And finally, this month I’m featuring another non-profit program, There With Care of Boulder County whose mission is to provide a wide range of thoughtful and fundamental services to families and children during the critical phase of a medical crisis. They serve families referred by medical agencies, by building a network of services and people who ease the burden of life’s day-to-day obligations with compassion and care. Please see how important this program is and consider giving today!