What to Do in December in Northern Colorado

December 2nd – Lights of December Parade: Boulder “In its 30th year, spectators will enjoy floats created and decorated by local businesses, churches and civic groups. Crowds will enjoy marching bands, lit fire engines, holiday carolers and much more. The grand finale includes an appearance by the jolly old man himself – Santa Claus!” Learn More about the Lights of December Parade December 2nd – Home for the Holidays: Lafayette “Celebrate the holidays with shopping in Old Town, visiting with Santa, crafting, caroling and the tree lighting at dusk.” Learn More about Home for the Holidays December 3rd – Jingle
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Increasing Inventory In NoCo Is Good News For Buyers!

Great News!!! The increase in inventory for Northern Colorado’s major markets, versus a year ago, is very good news for prospective buyers as now there are more homes to choose from: Fort Collins up 28% Loveland up 4% Windsor up 37% Greeley up 5% For more information Buying a Home in NoCo please review this Blog and then contact us for more specific information to help you get ready to find your perfect next home. Or start your search here with our best-in-class home search engine.
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What to Do in Northern Colorado in October

October 1st – October 29th: Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze – Wellington “Families of all ages are invited to enjoy fall fun this October at Denver Rescue Mission’s 15th Annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze. Activities include a 10-acre corn maze, corn cannons, yard games, food trucks, natural play areas, petting zoo, pig races, hay wagon rides and much more.” Get Tickets & Learn More about the Harvest Farm Fall Festival October 6th – October 8th: Adventure Film Festival – Boulder “This three-day action-packed event showcases a diverse collection of the year’s most groundbreaking and insightful
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Mountain Home on 32-acres For Sale near Ft Collins

This amazing 32.5-acre property and home sits in a beautiful location just south of the top of Rist Canyon. It is approximately 40 minutes from Old Town Fort Collins via the newly paved Rist Canyon Road, which has snow removal done promptly because of the Stove Prairie School. Also, the county maintains and clears the gravel road to the communication towers.  From that point the Buckhorn Camp/Retreat Center (which is open year around) and private property owners, many of whom commute to town daily, work together to keep the road maintained and open. The property is located next to a
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Fun Things to Do in NoCo in September 2017

September 2nd – Tour De Fat – Ft. Collins “Expect to experience the unexpected. We’re bringing the party with The All-American Rejects / X Ambassadors and the Tour de Fat ensemble cast of performers. Ready your eyes and ears for a mix of musicians, circus performers, vaudeville acts, magicians, comedians, and mind-blowing provocateurs. Costumes are highly encouraged (and a mindset to party is mandatory). Tour de Fat Fort Collins benefits Bike Ft. Collins, Overland Mountain Bike Club, Ft. Collins Bike CO-OP, and Ciclismo Youth Foundation, so be sure to grab your tix today.” Get Tickets & More Info about the Tour
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Things to Do in NoCo in August 2017

August 4th-6th – Arise Music Festival – Loveland “ARISE Music Festival is a musically diverse, festival-wonderland experience. Featuring 7 stages of live music, yoga, camping, workshops, theme camps, art gallery and installations, activism and more on 100+ beautiful mountain valley acres in Loveland, Colorado.” Get Tickets & Learn More about Arise Music Festival August 4th-8th – Larimer County Fair and PRCA Rodeo – Loveland “Come out to The Ranch for the annual Larimer County Fair and PRCA Rodeo, parade, dog & pony show, carnival, pancake breakfast, draft show, and much more.” Get Tickets & Learn More about the Larimer County Fair August
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Fun Things to Do in NoCo in July 2017

July 4th – Celebrate 4th of July – Lafayette “Join us as we Celebrate the 4th of July at Waneka Lake! Enjoy an old fashion July 4th with Food from Abo’s Pizza, Suburban Wiener, Sammy’s Fried Cheese and Butcher and the Blonde. Beer-Odd 13, Cider-Stem Ciders & Wine Garden (fees apply) Kids’ Activities including Free Face Painting, Fees Apply for Bungee Trampoline, Bounce House. Free concert featuring Chris Daniels and the Kings. Free Fireworks show at dusk.” Learn More about Celebrate 4th of July in Lafayette July 4th – Fourth of July Celebration & Fireworks – Louisville “This free annual
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Fun Things to Do in Northern Colorado in June 2017

June 2nd – June 4th – Colorado Medieval Festival – Loveland “The Colorado Medieval Festival will be June 2nd, 3rd, and 4th just west of Loveland in The Savage Woods with the landmark of the Devil’s Backbone as a breathtaking backdrop. For the 2nd year we are proud to host official games for the Rocky Mountain Scottish Athletes. The games will be June 3rd and 4th. On Friday, Wendy Woo will be joined by The Stubby Shillelaghs and Shawn Wright and the TRIBE, both of whom will be playing all 3 days of the festival! The musical talents don’t stop
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What to do in NoCo in May 2017

Ramp up for summer with these events in Northern Colorado! Cinco de Mayo Greeley Festival: 05/06 Island Grove Park, Greeley “The Cinco de Mayo Festival held in Greeley is one of the largest multicultural festivals in Colorado. This year, the festivities will include live music, a kids play area that includes three “bouncy” houses, contests, beauty pageant and enough food vendors to satisfy the most insatiable appetite. Before the Festival the Fiesta 5K takes place and the yearly car show attracts enthusiasts and dreamers alike. This year will be extra special with the first annual Copa de Greeley soccer tournament.”
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The Problem with Buying a Digitally Connected Home, and the Solution!

Items in a home can be digitally interfaced with a mobile device such as a person’s smartphone. Webcams, thermostats, lighting, keyless door locks, garage door openers, etc. can be remotely accessed. Things can get more than a bit complicated if an owner sells his home and does not digitally disconnect from it. For instance if a person still has access to his previous home’s thermostat, he can inadvertently change the temperature setting in a home he no longer owns. Or maybe the new owner finds the keyless door lock unlocking or locking on its own. This event could totally freak
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