June 2019

Found 6 blog entries for June 2019.

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RE/MAX of Boulder Realtors                                             

280 Boulder View Rd

Boulder

Saturday 10 -12

Jon Hatch

1275 Plum Court

Erie

Saturday 11 – 1

Brian Sundberg

3820 26th St

Boulder

Saturday 11 – 2

Sherrie Lee

836 Emery St

Longmont

Saturday 12 – 2

Katie Atkins/Shawn Johnson

2709 S. Muscovey Lane

Johnstown

Saturday 1 – 4

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Not all home improvements are equal when it comes to recovering the costs of the job. In Colorado and its fellow Mountain Region states, homeowners recoup considerably more of their costs for some projects than others, according to the Remodeling 2019 Cost vs. Value Report (www.costvsvalue.com).

Produced by Remodeling Magazine, the report provides an in-depth look at the return on investment (ROI) of common remodeling projects. This year’s analysis compares average costs for 22 remodeling projects with the value those projects retain at resale in 136 U.S. markets.

Across the Mountain region states of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho and Montana, the highest return for upscale homes – 98.6 percent – comes from replacing the garage door.

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When I first started selling real estate in 1978, the contract to purchase a home a home was only one page long. Now in 2019, the contract to purchase a home has grown to 14 pages, plus multiple pages of disclosures, approaching 30 pages total. I have watched the contract grow, a few clauses at a time, over the last 40 years. In the past, contracts were updated as often as once a year. Now, they are usually updated every two years, unless there is a Federal or Colorado legislative mandatory update. This year is one of the mandatory legislative update years. 

On March 6, 2019, the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) announced that Governor Jared Polis signed House Bill-19-1098, known as the “Deeds to Convey Real Property Bill” into law. Several

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RE/MAX of Boulder Realtors                                                                

613 Independence Dr

Longmont

SATURDAY 9:30 - 12

Peter Trost

900 Sunny Way

Lafayette

SATURDAY 11 – 2

Paul Dart

198 Sugarloaf Mtn Rd

Boulder

SATURDAY 11 – 4

Kimberly Fels

1275 Plum Court

Erie

SATURDAY 11 – 1

Brian Sundberg

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If you drive up Flagstaff Mountain and look across the sea of homes on the eastern Colorado plains, the striking view will compel you to ask, “where is the water supply coming from for all those houses?” In Boulder, we are dependent on the Rocky Mountain winter and summer rains after the snow melts. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder looks to three major sources of water. First is Barker Reservoir, just east of Nederland on Middle Boulder Creek. Second is the Silver Lake/Lakewood Watershed on North Boulder Creek. Third is Boulder Reservoir, which is fed by the Colorado-Big Thompson system.

The water from these sources flow into City of Boulder’s two water treatment plants via a complex series of creeks, ditches, and pipes. The

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