When you consider a move to Boulder, Colorado there are three key things everyone should know before getting started on the path to Boulder.
1. There are many excellent parts of Boulder that we call key neighborhoods. It's important to learn what you can about the different parts of our area. There's a neighborhood guide available for free here on my site that can get you started on the path to learning some of the differences between these neighborhoods. One area might be close to a trailhead, and another neighborhood might have great views and allow horses. Another might have an excellent 'walk score' so walking and biking to everywhere you want to go is easy.
2. Learning about the particular things around Boulder that add value and hence a higher price can help you be clear about how to meet your desires and objectives. Like other locations around the country, views can add a tremendous value to a home. Proximity to trails and open space are also key factors that affect value here. In Boulder, the outside is for many people our 'living room' with so many outdoor opportunities. You'll often see a ten or twenty year old Subaru or Toyota pickup parked on the street and you might think that's a reflection of the neighborhood. But inside that $1.4 million dollar house's garage is tens of thousands of dollars in road bikes, mountain bikes, ski and snowboard equipment, etc.
3. Have a 'tour guide'. Sometimes people don't realize that a great first step to learning about our community is to have a guide. Getting to have the time touring around the area, getting your questions answered while seeing the various neighborhoods live and in person is a wonderful step to build your knowledge about Boulder. I love taking the time to show people around a city that I've spent a lifetime living in. Let's spend an afternoon getting to know each other and helping you get to know Boulder.
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