Income Property Outlook In my last e-news, I wrote about the positive near-term outlook for income property in our market. With supply low and demand high for rental housing, rents have increased here and in Denver, and are projected to continue rising until more inventory comes on line over the next several years. Additionally, CU expects a 2011 freshman class that is 7 percent larger than last year, upwards of 5,500 students. I just helped a client purchase a high quality 4-plex in Boulder's Holiday neighborhood - a terrific investment with enormous long-term potential. If you have any interest or questions about investing in rental property, give me a call.
By The Numbers
For the latest statistics through April 2011 of Boulder County home and condo sales, with year-to-year comparisons, days-on-market statistics and more: Market Sales Stats
|CU Boulder's Master Plan
The University of Colorado has a tremendous impact on Boulder's economy and culture. CU's Board of Regents is scheduled to approve the university's long-range
master plan this summer, and it will shape our community for decades. Learn more about the exciting plans for the Main, East, Williams Village, and South Campuses here.
Whittier-Mapleton Hill Garden Tour
June 4 | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
I'm proud to participate again as a sponsor of the Whittier-Mapleton Hill Garden Tour, an event that has become a Boulder rite of Spring. This self-guided walking tour includes spectacular private gardens in one of Boulder's prized neighborhoods. The tour benefits Whittier International School, a terrific public elementary in the heart of Boulder (my daughter Olivia is an alum). More information here.
Broadway in Boulder
June 9-12 | CU Music Theater
I'm also glad to support Broadway in Boulder's production of the hit show Floyd Collins, based on the true story of an American dreamer. For information and tickets, go here.