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Oct 30, 2009 6:23AM
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Boulderites are very sensitive about being called a suburb of Denver. Shocking! The Peoples Republic of Boulder never fails to amaze me!
Oct 29, 2009 2:04PM
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Gotta love the Burgh!!! Pittsburgh, PA the City of Champions! Beautiful baby...just beautiful!
Oct 29, 2009 12:32PM
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ANYONE WANT A HOUSE IN SALIDA. CO?
Aug 26, 2009 6:39AM
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I have been living in Portland for a long time and find it a beautiful and livable city.  Rivers, trees, blue sky, clean water.  Would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice place to spend a pristine life on earth.

 

Charles Jackson, Portland State Alumni

Aug 23, 2009 2:59AM
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why have all of these messages been removed?  AND who removed them?  Sad
Aug 13, 2009 8:16PM
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Of course this is an attempt to say that the recovery is working....however, what most folks don't know is that a few years back the city of boulder passed an ordinance that does not allow the city to grow in size past its current size. as soon as the ordinance passed real estate in boulder skyrocketed because no one else is allowed to build....so if you want to live in boulder you are gonna pay through the nose cuz the city wont grow.......what real estate is there is all that's ever gonna be there......heck of a way to ensure home prices NEVER go down in a city.........
Aug 13, 2009 7:35PM
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The problem with this rating is that it uses Zillow. In some areas homes are sold and the selling price is not reported in a way that Zillow can track, they use courthouse records. Some areas, Montana for example do not require selling price to be publicly disclosed and I doubt it is the only place. So none of those areas will ever be rated unless MSNBC decides to not be lazy and do actual research.
Aug 13, 2009 5:58PM
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Are you insane?  You couldn't be further from the truth.  Gainesville, Georgia is in the depth of a real depression.  The property value of my home plummeted almost 50% over the past two years from $354,000 to 210K. We finally found a buyer who stole our house and I had to fork over money just to get out. I was this close to foreclosure.  Obviously Business Week hasn't a clue.Sad
Aug 13, 2009 5:38PM
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Yes, Boulder is a suburb of Denver. Get used to it Boulderites, it's the way big metro areas work. Take Chicago....forty miles north, surrounded by lots of open space, those little communities are still considered Chicagoland.....Welcome to suburbia Boulderites!

Not to mention that 39% of the workforce in Boulder COMMUTES TO Boulder. Practically the whole **** stadium, except for the student section, is filled with fans from the Denver area. Realistically, Boulder would barely exist without Denver. And that's not even mentioning how many Boulderites commute to Denver to make a living. Drive US36 a couple of weekday mornings and you'll know what I mean.
Aug 13, 2009 5:16PM
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Believe it or not the property values in ND have never really been better!  Check us out!

Aug 13, 2009 4:02PM
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Boulder is not a "suburb" of Denver, Colorado! Boulder is a full-fledged city in its own right! There's 20 miles of open space between Boulder and Denver.
Aug 13, 2009 3:25PM
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buy in Florida, it's a much better bargain and we need new people with cash flow here!
Aug 13, 2009 2:13PM
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OYEA COLORADO IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE US!!!!!!Open-mouthed

Aug 13, 2009 1:12PM
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This picture is def. the Flat Irons of Boulder, Colorado -- Love it!
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