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Northern Colorado is located upon the northernmost end of the state's major growth corridor along Interstate I-25 and the Front Range. The Northern Colorado area is made up of two counties, Larimer and Weld. The region is also known as the Tri-City region because a great deal of the development that takes place in one of the regions - three major cities: Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland.Northern Colorado is ideally located for access to major air, motor and rail arteries, with Denver’s International Airport(DIA) approximately one hour away from the three major cities.
Northern Colorado has temperate winters and a relatively mild year-round climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year. Local tourist attractions in the area include the Poudre River Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Park to name a few.
Facts About Fort Collins• Fort Collins has an approximate population of 144,000
• Median household income is $72,248
• Approximately 48.2% of the population has completed four or more years of college
• The city supports multiple transportation options including 18 bus routes and 200 miles of on-street and off-street trails for pedestrians and bicycles and has been touted Bicycle City USA. There are regular bike to work days and there are numerous races that go on throughout the year.The Lincoln Center is the cultural arts center and will be completed in the summer 2011. Activities include professional theatre, dance, music, visual arts and children's programs.
All Things Greater Fort Collins, CO Real Estate and News
New Construction – Fort Collins I always get a lot of inquires regarding new construction neighborhoods in Fort Collins. And for a long time now it has always been Sidehill and Observatory Village that people seemed to gravitate to if they want something new with some character. Well now you have another neighborhood to consider: McClelland’s… Read More
Most people or families rather when relocating to a new city look for many things in that new city. It could be quality of life, affordable real estate, jobs, and of course schools for their children. Many people move to Fort Collins with families and thus one of the most important factors in determining a… Read More
Another beautiful home sold in coveted Fossil Lake Ranch. This beauty is a large custom home at the end of a cul-de-sac on Snowy Plover. This home features a gourmet kitchen, high-end chef quality stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tiled backsplash and more. There is a large pantry in the kitchen and tiled floor throughout… Read More
From time to time I get asked questions about how a retired person would go about selling and buying a different home either in the same area or in a different state (For example if they want to move out of California and to Colorado). Obviously, as a fully retired person, one would not have… Read More
Welcome to Parkwood! This is a fantastic neighborhood in Mid-town Fort Collins. You can walk to Epic swimming pools, Riffenburgh Elementary School, Edora Park and many bike trails right from your front yard. This neighborhood has become quite popular as it is now established and has some character. Most of the homes are not your… Read More
Property Information: HOA fee’s $135/month Year Built: 1984 Garage: 2 car attached Square Feet: 1485 Central A/C Taxes: $1037 for 2010 A beautiful townhome/condo patio home in Loveland situated across the street from Benson Sculpture Garden. The location of this townhome is fantastic. July 4th celebrations occur in this beautiful setting as do other great… Read More
You could spend a fortune on exterior home improvements and still not sell your home. Worse yet, you might rake in the offers, but realize that the money you invested cannot possibly be recouped. That’s why it’s better to focus your energy – and your budget – on projects that will pay for themselves, through… Read More
Scotty and Melissa, two would-be homeowners, called me up the other day to ask me about how big their down payment should be. Everything they had read or been told about the size of the down payment they should have seemed to be in conflict with everything else. But like every potential homebuyer out there,… Read More
So, you’ve made the decision to buy a home, and after countless hours of searching, you have found the home that suits your needs beautifully. Everything in the house is great, it has the number of bedrooms and baths you desire, the kitchen is nice and spacious, and the location simply couldn’t be any better…. Read More
When putting a house on the market, determining the right price is one of the most important steps a seller can take. By setting the right place, the seller will attract a realistic group of buyers and will be more likely to get the house sold quickly and at a reasonable price. While setting a… Read More