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Why Look at Broomfield Colorado Real Estate and Homes For Sale

Posted in: Broomfield County
By Reynolds Real Estate Group
Mar 26, 2010 - 3:59:53 PM

Why Look at Broomfield Colorado Real Estate and Homes For Sale

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Residential real estate in Broomfield offers many homes for sale in differing price ranges. Broomfield boasts a prime location along U.S. 36 and the Boulder Turnpike just north of the metro area. The city is just 20 minutes from either Denver or Boulder, with the Light Rail connection to be completed in the next few years. This real estate  market makes it a prefect location for commuters as well as a wonderful professional and family community.

Established in 1977 as a small farming community, Broomfield is perfectly situated between Denver and Boulder and epitomizes "Colorado living." Coming into the 1990's, the real estate market in Broomfield and surrounding suburbs enjoyed significant growth in both population and employment opportunities, much of it surrounding developing technology in the area. The area encompassing Broomfield's Interlocken Business Park is one of the region's leading hubs for both business and research. 

Broomfield is a great place to live due to all the entertainment and dining options as well as the convenient access to the beautiful scenery and outdoor recreational activities available in Colorado. Broomfield has 63 public parks with tennis, playgrounds, picnicking and fields for baseball, softball and soccer, all for area homeowners to enjoy. Broomfield was rated third among America's Most Livable Cities in 2007.

Broomfield, Colorado, with a population of just over 38,000 and an elevation of about 5500 feet, is located 17 miles northwest of the center of Denver. In the 1990s, city leaders began to push for the creation of a separate county. It also had longstanding political differences with Boulder County, which impelled it to separate from it. Broomfield reasoned that it could provide services more responsively under its own county government, and sought an amendment to the Colorado State Constitution to create a new county. The amendment was passed in 1998, after which a three-year transition period followed. On November 15, 2001, Broomfield County became the 64th, newest and smallest county of Colorado.

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