Money Magazine Rates Louisville Colorado #1

Well, once again Louisville Colorado gets kudos from a national magazine as one of America’s best places to live. Wonder why Louisville is rated so highly by so many people? Let’s look at Old Town Louisville, Colorado,  It’s a Louisville neighborhood profile I think you won’t want to miss. And, if you’re ready to build your dream home in Louisville, and need that perfect building lot, you need to see this Louisville land for sale.

As Money Mag puts it:

Yes, strong local economies still exist. These small towns have ’em – plus great schools, affordable homes, low crime, and much more.

If you’re swayed by this great endorsement by Money Magazine, you might want to take a look at the Louisville Real Estate market data I’ll have for you in a couple days. It’ll post right here on my blog.

Call, Text, or Email me. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what you find in the Louisville area.

When you look at the statistics, Louisville has been a great investment for many years, and on top of that, it continues to be a great place to live. There are new developments over in the Centennial valley that give you the loft style living many of you are looking for, and there are more traditional ‘old school’ neighborhoods.

There’s the downtown main street area, and quiet neighborhoods where the kids tend to walk or ride bikes to school every day.Harper Lake up on the hill, the Coal Creek golf course community, the Enclave, and lots of other great spots to call home in Louisville.

I could try to put it in my own words, but let’s see another sample of what Money Magazine has to say:

It’s also weathering the economic downturn well. Robust industries in the area, such as high tech, energy, and health care, make county unemployment among the lowest in the state.

But the top reason residents give for moving here? The great outdoors. Louisville is laced with nearly 30 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is less than an hour away, and eight world-class ski resorts are within two hours. The town’s schools are highly rated as well.

Add in dry, clear weather, little crime, good health care, and low taxes, and Louisville is pretty tough to beat.

I was just talking to my sister-in-law who lives out of state, and she agreed that she sees a lot to be admired and copied in school districts like BVSD and the towns like Louisville that focus so carefully on quality of education for children.

Let’s also not ignore Louisville’s neighbor across the turnpike, Superior, CO. While they’ve been library rivals and equally desirable home buying destinations, little ol’ Superior made it to number 13 on the Money Magazine list.

If you think Louisville, or one of the surrounding communities might be right for you I’d love to hear from you. Whether you, or someone you know may be thinking of a move, Call, Text, or Email me. I hope we can speak soon.

And by the way, I’m never too busy for your referrals, as a real estate professional intent on giving back to the community, my relationship-based career is exactly what you’ve been looking for in a helpful Realtor who will listen to you.

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

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