Flatirons Habitat For Humanity Ramping Up Building Agenda

Boulder real estate is sometimes a little pricey for the average home buyer. In fact, there has been a real estate trend in Boulder county towards home building and home buying all over the county.

Not only because Boulder’s more expensive than it ever used to be, but because the surrounding communities have shown to have wonderful amenities for people wanting that ‘Colorado Lifestyle’. In fact, a national magazine is coming to Louisville , CO again to determine if it will rank that city one of the best places to live in the USA.

What the heck does all this have to do with Flatirons Habitat For Humanity?

Always feel free to call or email me if you want to learn more about the local community in and around Boulder. If you’re making plans for buying or selling real estate, then our conversation will be all the more appropriate. And if you’re just thinking of exploring what the Boulder area has to offer, it’d still be great to hear from you so call or email me today!

Now, the reason my starting comments are relevant to the local Habitat For Humanity affiliate is that Habitat is on a building spree of sorts. While the increased pace isn’t anything akin to what we saw when Richmond Homes came to Superior and turned it from a sleepy former mining town to the sprawling suburban community it is today; the increase in construction projects for Habitat in the Boulder county area is much higher than in previous years.

That’s due for the most part to the strategic direction and intent of the current Executive Director, John Lovell. After almost a year as the director of Flatirons Habitat, I’ve already seen a turn around in the production cycles and straight action taken by Lovell’s team at Habitat.

I just finished work with Dan Knudson of Realty Vision Tours to produce some new video profiles on what Habitat has in store for the local community. The Harmony Haven development in North Boulder is approaching completion. One building is finished and the second building is framed and well under way.

Plans are in the works for two buildings at a Markel project near the corner of Jay Rd. and 47th St., and a project is planned for Lafayette, CO as well. It’s important to Lovell and his staff that we know that Flatirons Habitat For Humanity serves not just the City of Boulder, but rather the Boulder County area. In fact, the ReStore for FHFH is located in Broomfield.

Watch for future postings of the profile on Flatirons Habitat’s ongoing projects; they’ll post soon to my video blog where I also have other useful profiles of local businesses and neighborhoods.

And if you’re ready to talk, call or email me today!

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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