SaddleBrook At Rock Creek Condos Superior Colorado

Townhome Style Rental at Saddlebrooke Condos Superior Colorado

Housing Helpers recently located renters for this great two bedroom rental in Saddlebrooke Condos Superior Colorado, in the Rock Creek neighborhood.  Saddlebrooke is a beautiful condo community located in the Rock Creek subdivision on Superior CO, surrounded by open space, parks, and recreational opportunities.   Condos here are privately owned so some are owner occupied while others are rentals.

If you are interested in listing your rental in Saddlebrooke Rock Creek for rent contact our local property listing department at 303.545.6000.  We have over 28 years experience renting property in Boulder County.

Included in this post is the property description and photos of the Saddlebrooke condo at Rock Creek rented August 2014 for $1450

Saddlebrooke Condos Property Description:

This is a great 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath condo in the quiet, gated community of SaddleBrooke condominiums in Superior. Patio with southern exposure and views of pond, open space and rolling hills. Large master bedroom with full bath features double sinks & water closet, walk-in closet & laundry room with washer & dryer. Full kitchen with tons of cabinets, dining room and living room with gas fireplace. Located just steps from clubhouse with pool and hot tub, full gym with sauna & steam rooms. Walk or bike to the extensive trails and parks throughout Rock Creek. Easy access to US36, Flatirons shopping & dining.


Saddlebrooke Condos Rental photos 

Property Statistics:

Area: Saddlebrooke Condos Rock Creek Superior Colorado
Zip Code: 80027
Square Feet: 1244
Beds: Two bedrooms
Property Features:
Parking: Garage included
Laundry: Full Size W/D inc.
Utilities: Type of heat – Gas.
Resident pays: electricity,phone,gas,cable., Owner pay: sewer,water,trash.
Schools: Monarch Elementary K-8, Monarch Middle School K-8, Monarch High School

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Homes For Rent Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado

Homes For Rent Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado

Featured Homes For Rent in Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado:

The following homes in Left Hand Canyon Boulder have been recently listed by Housing Helpers Boulder rental property listing office.  If you have a home for rent in Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado contact Housing Helpers to find out what your home will rent for today!  303.545.6000.

Updated Mountain Home For Rent In A Great Location Just A Few Minutes To Downtown Boulder Near Lefthand Canyon

Property Description:
Sit on the over sized back deck and enjoy the gorgeous views of open space. Watch the resident hummingbirds from your kitchen window and enjoy the daily visits from the neighborhood foxes. Join the hundreds of cyclists that ride by everyday on this popular route to Lefthand Canyon. Hike/bike Heil Ranch just 4 miles from the house. You’ll feel like you’ve escaped to the mountains, but you’re just 7 minutes to Broadway and 15 minutes to downtown Boulder.

Left Hand Canyon Boulder Home Rentals

Left Hand Canyon Boulder Home Rentals

Area:  Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado
Zip Code:  80302
Square Feet: 2828
Beds:  4 BR +Den / Office / Loft

Subdivision:  Left Hand Canyon Boulder Foothills-Mountains
Nearest Intersection:  Left Hand Canyon Drive And Olde Stage Road
Property Type:  House For Rent
Baths: 2 1/2 baths
Deposit:  $2800

Lease Info:
6 Month – 12 Month, 60-day termination clause. Home will be listed for sale. Must be able to accomodate showings.
Rent: $2800

Property Features: Extra Storage,Fenced Yard,Fireplace,Hiking/Biking Trails Nearby,Main level bedroom,Mountain View,Patio/Deck,Skylights,Vaulted/Cathedral Ceilings,Garage,Hardwood Floors,Washer/Dryer included,Acreage,Granite Countertops,Stainless Appliances,Evaporative Cooler

Home For Rent Left Hand Canyon

Home For Rent Left Hand Canyon

Pets: Up to 2 dogs, up to 1 cats. Pet-friendly home with 1/2-acre of fenced (5 foot) back yard and dog door. Additional pet damage deposit of $300.

Parking: 2-Car Garage
Laundry: Full Size W/D inc.
Utilities: Type of heat – Gas. Resident pays: electricity,phone,gas,water,cable.

Owner pay: sewer,trash.
Schools: Foothill Elementary (BVSD), Centennial Middle, Boulder High School

If you are interested in renting your home in Left Hand Canyon Boulder Colorado contact
Housing Helpers 303-545-6000 or email

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Home For Rent Boulder Keewayden Meadows

Home For Rent in Keewaydin Meadows Boulder Colorado

This beautiful remodeled house for rent in Keewaydin Meadows Boulder Colorado features a great open floor plan. Fully finished basement with large family room and office. 2 fireplaces, ceiling fans, central air-conditioning, Laundry room. Very well maintained. Inviting exterior. Friendly, quiet street and easy access around town. Walkout patio to fenced-in private landscaped yard with mature trees. Yard has sprinkler system. Walk to East Boulder Rec, nature trails and park.

Here are the property details for this home for rent in Keewaydin Meadows Boulder Colorado.

Area: Keewayden Meadows Boulder
Zip Code:  80303
Square Feet: 2700

Beds: 4 BR +Den / Office / Loft

Baths: 3 full baths

Subdivision: Keewaydin Meadows Boulder
Nearest Intersection: Baseline and Manhattan
Property Type:  House For Rent
Deposit: $3400

Property Features:
Air Conditioning,Basketball Court,Extra Storage,Fenced Yard,Fireplace,Hiking/Biking Trails Nearby,Main level bedroom,Patio/Deck,Garage,Hardwood Floors,Washer/Dryer included,Finished Basement
Pets: Up to 1 dogs, up to 0 cats. Additional deposit.
Parking: Garage 2 car oversized attached garage.
Laundry: Full Size W/D included
Utilities: Type of heat – Gas.
Resident pays: electricity,sewer,phone,gas,water,trash,cable.
Schools: Eisenhower Elementary, Manhattan Middle School of Arts and Academics, Fairview High School

Lease Info:
9 Month – 24 Month, I would like lease to end June 1
Rent: $3400

To list your home for rent in Keewwaydin Meadows Boulder contact: Housing Helpers 303-545-6000,

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Boulder County Relocation Spotlight- Colorado Tech Center

Companies relocate. It’s all part of a thriving job market such as the one in Boulder County Colorado. According to a report in the Boulder Daily Camera, Columbine Plastics Corp. – after 35 years in Boulder — will be moving to the Colorado Tech Center in Louisville. The injection molding company has purchased a 21,500 square foot building there for $2.11 million.

Leasing is up at the Colorado Tech Center, the report noted. The area’s vacancy rate is now below 10 percent, and two more buildings totaling more than 200,000 square feet are planned for the park.

The new home for Columbine Plastics Corp. was previously occupied by Intrex Corp., an aerospace manufacturing firm, the article stated. Intrex moved to a 73,000 square foot facility in Thornton Colorado. With nearly triple the amount of space at its new facility, Intrex expressed satisfaction that it was able to retain all of its employees, expand its manufacturing floor, and even host guests from community colleges and education development from across the country who are interested in aerospace manufacturing.

As for the site that Columbine Plastics is vacating in Boulder: It has been purchased for $2.6 million. The plan is to redevelop that property and neighboring properties into SPARK, also known as Sutherland Park, which is planned as a mixed-use, creative focused development featuring both market rate and affordable townhomes.

Even within the same geographical area, companies relocate. Often, faced with longer commutes or even simply the opportunity to try out another community, their employees relocate too. Whether it’s from Boulder to Louisville or Louisville to Thornton or anywhere else in the area, Housing Helpers is eager to assist you in finding your new home. For more Boulder County relocation information, contact us at 303.545.6000 or

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Louisville Colorado Real Estate Market Update

For this Louisville Colorado real estate market update we are diving into a bit of history to see what makes Louisville the great place it is to live today.

Like many towns in Colorado, Louisville began as a mining town in the late 1800s. The first mine in the Northern Coalfield, the Welch Mine, was started in what is now Louisville in 1877, and over the years the Northern Coalfield proved highly productive, growing the wealth of miners and townsfolk alike. Eventually there were 30 different mines within Louisville’s boundaries—which proved a good thing for Louisville, which did not become a “company town” (and later a ghost town) like others in Colorado, such as Gilman.

Of course, looking at the Louisville Colorado real estate market today, you wouldn’t imagine its rough-and-tumble mining history. The 2010 census shows that these eight square miles are home to about 18,000 people, living in 7,216 households. The houses they live in have a current average price of $514,063, with a median sold price of $445,000.

There are a number of reasons why Louisville Colorado is such an excellent place to live today, and many of them are aptly recorded by Money Magazine, which has twice ranked Louisville as the best place to live in the US, and ranked it #2 in 2013.

With awesome schools (a great indicator is that over 94% of the town’s students attend public schools), a safe community, and an active, vibrant lifestyle, Louisville residents enjoy 1,800 acres of open space and the many activities available in the amazing Rocky Mountains less than an hour away. Job growth in Louisville from 2010-2012 was 6.35%, and the median family income last year was $104,321.

Their Colorado Tech Center has a vacancy rate of under 10%, and they are constructing two more buildings. Columbine Plastics, a custom injection molding firm from Boulder, recently announced it is moving its manufacturing facility into the Center.

Things are hopping in the Louisville area after work as well, with almost 1,900 restaurants to choose from in a 15-mile radius, as well as 23 movie theaters and just under 200 bars (including the oldest operating tavern in Colorado). Weekends bring abundant Colorado sunshine, over 100 golf courses in the area, and trendy shops to visit in historic downtown.

While Louisville has grown beyond its mining history, there are clearly still abundant riches here, in the form of a great quality of life.  If you are considering relocating to Louisville Colorado, purchasing a home in Louisville, or renting in Louisville, give Housing Helpers a call.  We can help you explore all that the Louisville Colorado real estate market has to offer. 

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Denver-Boulder Apartment inventory way up, rents still climbing

The Boulder and Denver metro area is a place where people want to be. According to a recent report from Fox31, in spite of a dramatic increase in the number of rental units being constructed in the past couple of years, rentals are hard to find and rents are increasing.

Between 2008 and 2012, only 2,700 apartment rental units were constructed in the Boulder and Denver metro area, the report stated. However, last year saw the construction of 7,800 apartment units and another 9,000 apartment are expected to be built this year. This has placed Denver metro on the list of the top ten markets showing the strongest growth of apartment inventory.

Colorado Daily reported in June that rents were 8 percent higher in the first quarter of 2014, as compared to the first quarter of 2013. They were 3.4 percent higher than the fourth quarter of 2013. The vacancy rate in May in Denver was 5.1 percent, slightly below the statewide average of 5.2 percent. Vacancy rates were even lower in other areas in the region such as Boulder and Broomfield, with the vacancy rate in the Ft. Collins/ Loveland market at 1.7 percent, the article stated.

It isn’t just apartment rentals that are hard to find, according to the Fox 31 report. Single-family homes are also selling quickly in the metro area, sometimes even before the foundation has been poured. Buyers were cautioned to do their research before beginning their search, to be prepared to put in an offer quickly on the property they like, and to even be prepared for bidding wars.

If you’re looking for a house, apartment rental, or condo to rent or are even considering buying a home or investment property in the metro area, let Housing Helpers assist you. We’ve been in the business for decades and we know the area and the properties that are available extremely well. We believe in giving you options and exploring all of the possible solutions in order to connect you with the place that is right for you.

For more information about the real estate or rental housing market in Colorado, contact us today.  303.545.6000

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Moratorium on Boulder University Hill student housing developments

Although student housing is considered the “highest and best” use for the land in Boulder’s University Hill area, the city council has placed a maratorium on all new development for the next several weeks, the Boulder Daily Camera reported.

According to the article, the council opted for the moratorium until August 20 in order to find ways to move forward on some developments that are geared toward older, non-student residents. A short-term .3 percent sales tax is scheduled to go before voters in November in order to provide tree-planting, lighting, and an “event street” in the University Hill area, and the city is looking at urban redevelopment and the creation of an innovation district there.

Councilman Macon Cowles said that while student housing may be the most profitable use of the University Hill, it might not be the highest and best use as far as the city is concerned. Much of the location is zoned for business use, but residential has been allowed there as it is a less intensive land use, the article noted.

The director of the city’s planning and sustainability department added that while students would always play a big part in the mix of land uses on the University Hill, if the area becomes known predominantly for student housing, the offerings there would always remain geared almost entirely toward students. Just as land use planning, a lot of planning goes into finding a new home to buy or rent.

So many factors besides price have to be considered. What are the schools like? What are the entertainment offerings in the area? What’s your commute going to be like?

If you’re relocating to the Boulder, Colorado area or other communities on Colorado’s Front Range, Housing Helpers would be happy to assist you in those considerations so that you can find the home that suits your family best. For more information, contact us today.

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Boulder Colorado residents share vision for East Arapahoe

The City of Boulder is growing.  With thousands of new residents relocating to Boulder each year many of Boulder’s older neighborhoods are being redeveloped to house multiple new high density uses.  The east Arapahoe corridor is at the center of this movement.

Arapahoe Street runs east and west starting at the foothills, trailing through downtown Boulder,  continues east through the business district, and exits the city of Boulder at the east end into the bordering city of Lafayette Colorado.

A staggering 40 percent of the workforce in Boulder works along the East Arapahoe corridor, a recent article from the Boulder Daily Camera stated. Some of the city’s largest employers are there, including the Boulder Community Hospital’s Arapahoe Campus..

Now the city is asking residents to participate in deciding how the corridor will look in the future.

At a July public meeting, Boulder officials and urban planners told residents that it was important for them to have a say in the Envision East Arapahoe project, which will integrate land use concepts, transportation connectivity, and other community-led elements. Already, the Colorado Department of Transportation and RTD are taking a look at the transportation aspects of a plan for East Arapahoe. RTD is considering arterial bus rapid transit lines to the area, the article stated.

Boulder Colorado residents’ comments at the meeting ranged from wanting high density rental properties to wanting greater segmentation of land planned for apartments and land planned for businesses. Some residents asked that the area be more bike and pedestrian-friendly while others asked that the roads not be widened to more than four lanes.

One resident, who lives in unincorporated Boulder County stated that she wanted to see the opinions from country residents sought the same as the city residents’ opinions are.  An additional public meeting is planned for October, and adoption of a final plan might happen before years’ end.

Choices are a great thing. Part of Housing Helpers’ job when working with individuals and families who are planning a relocation to Boulder Colorado is listening to what their desires are and giving them multiple options that can best meet those desires. Boulder is deciding what its future is going to look like. You can too. We can help. For more information, contact us.


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Arvada Colorado plans for light rail station

Arvada residents will find getting to work around the Denver metro area a bit easier in 2016, thanks to the Gold Line commuter rail. According to a recent article from the Denver Post, if city officials have their way, the journey will be made even simpler still with a shuttle system that will transport residents to and from the rail line stop in Olde Town Arvada Colorado.

The Gold Line will connect Union Station in downtown Denver to Wheat Ridge and will feature seven different stations, including the one in Arvada. Service frequency will be every fifteen minutes from 6 am to 6:30 pm, with thirty minute frequency in the early morning and night.

The city of Arvada is working with a citizen run transportation committee and the Regional Transportation District to design a circular shuttle system that would run throughout the city, the article stated. Potential shuttle stops would include Red Rocks Community College, Stenger Sports Complex, the Triangle District, the senior center, and the Arvada Center. City transportation engineer John Firouzi stated that the intention is to streamline services in order to provide citizens with more access to transportation than they currently have.

Public transportation options take the downside of dealing with traffic from the commuting equation and make the notion of suburban living possible for more people. If you’re looking for a home in Colorado and you’d like to know what Arvada has to offer, Housing Helpers can assist you. We offer friendly, professional, and knowledgeable service. For more information, contact us today.


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Boulder based broadband company expands to Denver

Zayo Group, a Boulder-based broadband infrastructure firm, has announced that it will be expanding to Denver. According to a recent article from the Boulder Daily Camera, the Denver office will be Zayo’s fourth in the state, joining offices in Boulder, Louisville, and Greenwich Village.

Zayo Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dan Caruso, said that establishing a larger presence in Denver is important to the company as the telecommunications industry that is driving the state’s economy has deep roots there. He stated that Zayo is looking forward to ingraining itself in the city’s startup and entrepreneurial scene.

Currently more than 400 of the company’s 1,500 employees worldwide are located in Colorado. The Denver office will employ 125, many of whom will transfer from other locations in the state. The 24,000 square-foot office is located in downtown Denver and is scheduled to open in August, the article stated.

Caruso added that Colorado is establishing itself as a “geographical hub of technology and innovation.” When industries thrive and grow as technology is in Colorado, population also grows. Whether you’re coming here to find a job or transferring here because of your job, coming from out of state or from a different part of the state, having someone who knows the area and can help you find housing is important.

Housing Helpers has been helping people find homes in the Boulder County and Denver metro area since 1987. Whether you’re looking for a rental home, apartment, or condo, or you’re looking for a home to buy, we’re pleased to offer personal service based on your needs.

From before you even move until after you’ve settled in, we’re here for all of your relocation needs. For more information and a free consultation, contact us today.

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