April 2019 –  Livability and A Premier Location

April 2019 – Livability and A Premier Location

We are always proud to be able to introduce newcomers to Broadmoor living. Colorado Springs offers lots of great neighborhoods, but there’s something special about living close to scenic Cheyenne Mountain and the five-star Broadmoor Hotel and Resort. The mountain views are spectacular. And nearby trails and open space offer a great place for hiking and biking. Families will find excellent public and private schools for the kids – and a real sense of community…

Red Rocks, Mountain Views and So Much More

Red Rocks, Mountain Views and So Much More

Whether you love living in Colorado Springs or simply come for the weekend or the summer, you’re not alone.  The city was recently singled out by Inc.com as a favored destination for entrepreneurs and their families.  Ranked among the country’s top 50 most populous...
Spring 2019 Market Updates

Spring 2019 Market Updates

If you live or own property in Colorado, you know the Centennial state’s residential property taxes are lower than most.  In a “2019 Property Taxes by State” report released last month by Wallethub.com, Colorado had the 4th lowest rate in the country.  Visitors from...
March 2019 Spring 2019 Market Updates

March 2019 Spring 2019 Market Updates

If you’ve visited or live in the Pikes Peak region, you know today the area is home to almost 600,000 residents. Many live on the city’s scenic west side with views of Pikes Peak, Cheyenne Mountain and the City of Colorado Springs. The Broadmoor Resort Community, for example, overlooks the Broadmoor Hotel’s West golf course and city lights below and is just a five minute drive from the Hotel’s main campus…

November 2018 Strong Market, Strong Team

November 2018 Strong Market, Strong Team

This month there’s good news – and more good news – for Pikes Peak region and Broadmoor area home buyers and sellers. First and foremost, local home price increases have moderated slightly and continue to be attractive – especially compared to pricier urban centers.