While some aspects of Boulder have remained the same for decades (the stunning Flatirons certainly aren’t going anywhere!), our local real estate market has experienced some noticeable shifts. Ten years ago, real estate in Boulder was characterized by greater inventory and less competition. Activity around town ebbed and flowed with the beginning and end of school semesters. Now, Boulder is a hot spot for tourists year-round, and its housing market reflects the increased popularity.
For a look at Boulder’s real estate market trends over the last decade, check out the full article on At Home Colorado.