Took my daughter for a hike around Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. We had the privilege of seeing a Bull Moose as well as a mother and calf. A beautiful but rare sight!
About the author/photographer: Sean Gilliam is a Realtor® with RE/MAX Alliance in Northern Colorado. Sean can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 970-313-6706. For additional articles see Sean’s blog or to search for properties see his web page.
Want to see the latest housing market data for the City of Longmont? As a bonus, data for Boulder, Larimer and Weld Counties are also included. Just click below for the video. Get in touch if you have questions or need a trusted advisor in real estate.
Want to know how prices are trending in Longmont? At the end of the video are average sales prices for Boulder, Larimer and Weld Counties. Mortgage interest rates are low so get in touch if you’re ready to purchase or sell your home.
Looking for that mountain retreat? Backing to National Forest, close to ATV trails, this home resides in the private mountain community of Big Elk Meadows. This community has a heated pool, several stocked lakes for fishing and kayaking, tennis courts, a basketball court, horse boarding opportunities and a designated area for hunting for members only. Easy access to Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Lyons and Boulder, this is a perfectly located mountain getaway for you.
Beautiful mountain home with panoramic views! This home has it’s own well, whole house water filtration system, reverse osmosis system for drinking water and energy efficient electric thermal storage heat. Large master bedroom on main floor that opens onto deck with walk-in closet and 5 piece master bath with in-floor radiant heat. Main floor laundry and oversized 2 car garage. Close to National Forest trailheads and an easy commute to Estes Park, Boulder, Longmont, Denver and the airport.
Want to see how the market is trending in Longmont? Just watch this video. Let me know if you have any questions.
About the author: Sean Gilliam is a Realtor® with RE/MAX Alliance in Northern Colorado. Sean can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 970-313-6706. For additional articles see Sean’s blog or to search for properties see his web page.
Interested in buying a home or
selling your current home? I am committed to your success. Give me
a call at 970-313-6706 to get started.
It’s that time again. All homeowners are receiving the notice of valuation from our respective counties that we reside in. Does yours seem a little high? While our housing market has been appreciating in recent years, sometimes the county appraiser makes a mistake and values homes too high, thus causing your property tax that you will owe to go up significantly. If you would like to protest, let’s set up a time to get together and review comparable sales to see if you have a good case to make. Also, below is a link for the local county websites to help you get started with the process and give you more information about how it works.
How does the county come up with the valuation of your home?
The county assessor looks at past sales in your area to come
up with the valuation of your home.
Every odd-numbered year they send out a notice that tells you what their
valuation of your home is and what your new property tax amount will be. However, unlike in real estate, where we pull
comparable sales from the last six months, they go back further in time. For example, for our 2019 valuations, the
county assessor reviewed sales from June 30, 2018 and went back twenty-four
months to June 30, 2016. Bear in mind,
the county assessor looks at data from public records, they don’t go out to
each home and compare them according to their specific location, views, amenities,
finishes and other aspects that have an important impact on a home’s value. As such, there is the potential for error in
their calculations. Your local county
gives you the opportunity to protest their valuation of your home. They also give you a time limit in which to
do so, usually giving you until June 1st or 3rd, depending
on your county. In addition to
information related to your property, they will want supporting evidence to
establish why you think your property’s valuation is lower than what they
assessed. This is where I can help
you. I can pull comparable sales and
look at the finer details to see which homes are good comps and then we can see
if they justify you protesting the county’s valuation.
If you would like to protest, let’s talk and we can review
your case. You can reach me at 970-313-6706 or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the author:
Sean Gilliam is a Realtor® with RE/MAX Alliance in Northern Colorado. Sean can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at
970-313-6706. For additional articles
see Sean’s blog or to search
for properties see his web page.
Interested in buying a home or selling your current home? I am committed to your success. Give me a call at 970-313-6706 to get started.