Towns, Rural Areas, & Neighborhoods

 

Introductory Comments

In the charts below, you’ll find data on neighborhoods in Boulder and Longmont as well as data on some of the less populated towns and areas in Boulder County, including Nederland, Niwot, and Lyons as well as the high mountain areas in Boulder County, the foothills just above Boulder, and the rural plains to the east and north of Boulder.

Here are the maps that define the areas covered by these data:

For the neighborhoods, we provide only pricing data, tracking median pricing for each neighborhood on an annual basis and summarizing these data showing cumulative price appreciation or depreciation over the long term. These data make it easy to compare prices from neighborhood to neighborhood and to get a read on which neighborhoods have appreciated more over time.

For the small towns and rural areas, we include data on both pricing and number of sales. And for both, we provide charts which track prices and sales numbers on a year to year basis. We also provide summary charts, which show cumulative shifts in pricing or sales numbers over key time periods in the history of our market. For example, these charts provide summary data on how much prices dropped during the recession, from 2008 to 2011, and how much they’ve picked up since 2012.

Since there are relatively few sales in these neighborhoods and less populated areas of the County, all of these pricing stats should be taken with a grain of salt. Still, they should be useful in providing a general picture of what’s happening in these market areas.

Boulder Neighborhoods

Longmont Neighborhoods

Small Towns & Rural Areas: Compare Communities

Small Towns & Rural Areas: Community by Community

If you’d like to focus on data from only one of the larger communities we cover (e.g., Boulder or Longmont), or if you want to compare pricing changes for different sizes or types of homes within a single community, you should check out our section entitled Stats for Each Community.

For important information on how to read our stats, how to use them, and how they were generated, please CLICK HERE.