Awesome lineup in Louisville, CO
Hello Faire family. Little Feat in little ol’ Louisville. Crazy, right? Let’s make it crazy cool. Come ready to have fun, but also come ready to be kind and mellow with your fellow music lovers.
Peace. The Street Faire Staff.
We’re thrilled to have The Samples at The Steinbaugh for the first time! It’s going to be a rock-n-reggae party with local-boy-made-good Sean Kelly and band.
July 1 No Faire
See ya next week!
July 8 A Very Special Evening with Chris and Hazel
Two of Colorado’s most beloved and talented musicians, Hazel Miller and Chris Daniels, have each played the Faire a record six times—join us for lucky seven.
“Americana Without Borders” is how GAT describes their no-limits sound. It’s going to be an evening of amazing musicianship and good jam band vibes at the Steinbaugh.
Pure. Talent. More of that Louisiana vibe that seems to work so well at the Faire—Tab Benoit brings his take on the blues—from deep in his soul directly to Historic Downtown.
They call the Steinbaugh “home.” Join 5000 of your closest friends for a magical evening with Jock Bartley and the timeless tunes of this legendary Boulder band.
If you’ve seen him, you know—if you haven’t—it’s time. Straight from the heart of Texas, Hamilton and band are flat out amazing—taking the Bo Diddley Beat right to your feet. Let’s dance.
Straight from N’awlins and back by popular demand, Marcia and her smokin’ hot band are making their third consecutive appearance at the Faire.
The Street Faire runs 5 to 10pm. Music is 6:30 to 9ish — rain or shine.
There is excellent food, cold drinks, lots of children’s activities, quality arts, crafts, sundries
and, because of our awesome sponsors, this event is FREE!
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Posted by Michael Hughes-Sotheby’s International Realty
2010 was a great year for me personally in Boulder real estate and I have much gratitude. I see many changes as I look into the future. 2011 is going to be better yet. Many possibilities and opportunities will come to pass in 2011.
- Jobs– Improvement was seen in 2010 in the housing market. The improvement won’t be dramatic until we see pervasive job growth. Housing prices will remain stable in Boulder.
- The “F” word or the “S” word – Foreclosures and Short Sales of course. Boulder has had a few of these, very few comparatively speaking. Short sales and foreclosures create excess supply, artificial low prices and provide downward pressure on pricing. There is very little “shadow market” in Boulder and this is great news.
- Robust Rental Market-this is great news for potential tenants and will see a saturation of cool rental properties, much to the chagrin of landlords.
- Interest Rates Will Increase– Interest rates are at nearly 50 year lows. Rates will rise in the near future. If you don’t get a loan or refinance now, you will wonder why you didn’t take advantage of these rates a year from now and buy that Boulder luxury real estate.
- Buyers Become Commuters – Many buyers that work in Boulder are willing to buy outside the city and take up the commute.
- Housing Shortage – Population continues to increase. In Boulder County new housing starts are way down. There is a continual rise in population in Boulder. Something’s gotta give. What this says to me is the builders will be caught with their pants down (except Markel who continues to build) and the shortfall of housing will result in fewer available housing choices on the market for buyers. This of course will happen over time.
- Did you Know? — Did you know that in Boulder last year between November and January 39 homes over $750K sold?! That is one home every 40 hours. I professionally have had the best year ever! I nurture and care for my clients. Call me today if you need help selling or buying Boulder real estate.
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Posted by Michael Hughes-Sotheby’s International Realty-Boulder, CO
Everyone is focusing on the fact that there are foreclosures and cheap housing to be had; all things being relative that doesn’t really relate to Boulder real estate because we have so few foreclosures. Ok yes we have some foreclosures and some short sales. But everyone is looking “over there” and not looking at the impact of what may likely be the biggest housing shortage of all time. The thought right now is with fires, teardowns, lack of new builds and worn out properties, we need at least 1.6 million new homes (in the U.S.) right now to just keep up with the population growth. Housing starts are down. The population is growing. When we have job growth; Lookout!
According to RealtyTrac 315,716 properties had foreclosure filings last month. The filings included default notices, auctions and bank repo’s. Mortgage rates are very low. Mortgages are not difficult to find if you have a solid job and good credit. Investors and savvy buyers are snapping these properties up to add to their portfolios. Smart buyers are buying now. When you think of vineyards you think of micro-climates. Boulder is one such micro-climate in the U.S. real estate market. Boulder is the beacon of value and prices staying at a good and sustainable level. Once the job creation is back in place we will have some double digit years of appreciation coming in the Boulder real estate and the Boulder luxury real estate market.
If you have questions regarding this article or have any questions about Boulder or would like information about Boulder Luxury Real Estate check out my website. You may also call or TEXT me 303-359-6627 or e-mail Michael Hughes at Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty in Boulder, CO.
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Posted by Michael Hughes
Bank of America has recently announced a halt on all the foreclosures it is processing throughout all of the United States including some house in Boulder. They said that they were taking these measures in order to investigate a “few flaws” in the process that they might have found, according to a statement made by the banking giant.
Bank of America decided to freeze all foreclosures only 7 days after one of the biggest banks in America announced it was doing the same thing in 23 states that require a court approval in order to proceed with a foreclosure.
The foreclosure process will still continue on, however it will stop before it gets to a judgement ruling or a foreclosure sale. Somewhat like traffic on highway 36 going out of Boulder at 5 pm. To say that the pipeline is clogged would be putting it mildly. This was the process that was going to put our housing market back on track. When you have a fever you take ibuprofen or something to keep the fever down until your bodys’ natural defenses can kick in. In this case you work your way through all the foreclosures when you have an ailing housing sector until they are all but diminished to a natural level. The freeze is only supposed to last a few weeks. I guess we’ll see. The banks are having a tough time working through all these foreclosures. Does that mean that the short sales will take an indefinite detour or backseat? This is not a good thing for the housing community. We need to continue to work through these foreclosures and get them done as quickly as possible. JPMorgan Chase also halted foreclosures on 56,000 people who own homes in the U.S. they also said they would be reviewing how the approval process was working. Apparently some of the employees who review and approve the files were not following the guidelines. In the past few days most banks have followed suit. This is not only bad news for foreclosures but also for short sales of Boulder real estate in the county. Short sales were on the back burner and took a very long time, until this is sorted out and untangled they will not be moving forward.
We have been very lucky with Boulder Real Estate. There are not a Tsunami of foreclosures like the sand states. What do I say? Get it done. Of course follow the proper procedures but pull the band aid off quickly and move along! Read the entire story.
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