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“Just Sold” - 2106 Meadow Ct

by Christa Marsh


2106 Meadow Ct. in Longmont

Great team work and shared mutual trust made this Sell and Buy a possibility for my clients. These are great past clients of mine and they’ve had the gift of market timing as they’ve grossed  thousands with each move up…. Maybe you’ll stay longer in your new home! #BringingYouColorado

It's definitely no surprise that Longmont, Boulder and surrounding communities experienced record high home prices in 2017.

Longmont saw a median sales price growth of 11% to $405,000; Boulder had a more modest increase of 1.2% with a median sales price ending at $855,000. 

According to Kyle Snyder, at First American Title in Longmont, the Longmont housing market has been on an extended upswing with overall prices up 37.8% since 2014!

Nationwide, real estate professionals generally see growth of 6% as a standard of healthy growth. We all knew Boulder County contained one of the fittest cities in the US, and now we continue to tip the scales on all levels of health- housing market included!

We feel the market will continue to be strong in 2018, but will it be double-digit strong, we shall see! We do know 2018 will continue to bring more home buyers to Boulder County and specifically the more affordable communities surrounding Boulder proper. Let our team help you, your friends and loved ones be a part of our thriving Boulder County communities!



Longmont area nature lovers - have you been to Pella Crossing?

by Cory Dudley

Pella Crossing was severely damaged during the Sept. 2013 flood. In the years following, reconstruction projects included repairing the breaches between the ponds, rebuilding the trails, and restoring the trailhead. In April of 2017, Pella reopened and it is such a treasured spot for walking, jogging, fishing, bird watching or just sitting and enjoying the peace and quiet.

Pella Crossing Open Space, is located just west of Longmont on 75th, right outside of the darling town of Hygiene. 

The Pella Crossing trail system navigates around 3 of the Pella ponds. You'll often see fisherman floating in the peaceful waters. Use of boats is okay as long as you are fishing. 

While walking you'll enjoy incredible views of the Front Range and an abundance of wildlife - geese, cranes, beavers and more.

Doggies are allowed on leashes. Everyone is very respectful of the rules, so it's a great place for all pups to enjoy the fresh air.

The beavers are busy! There's always sign of their work and you can view their active lodges. Often you'll see them cruising through the water.

There are trails on both sides of 75th and there's a crosswalk connecting the two sides.

When you're done at Pella Crossing, you may as well head up to Hygiene for breakfast or lunch at The Crane Hollow Cafe, where you can sit with locals at the Rancher's table while enjoying a cup of coffee and a slice of homemade pie!

A walk or jog around Pella ponds is a great outing close to home. Soon Pella will connect to Golden Ponds and the St. Vrain Greenway! We're so fortunate to live in communities that value open space, health and protecting our resources.

Cory's HOT PICK of the Week!

by Cory Dudley


Cory's HOT PICK is 1612-1618 Green Place; 1977 four-plex located on the SW edge of Old Town Longmont. The location near downtown and beautiful historic neighborhoods simply can't be beat, making this is a solid investment opportunity...




The quiet location on a cul-de-sac means no through traffic and ample parking, including the 8 off-street parking spaces that belong to the property.



Each unit has a garden level basement, central A/C and an outdoor yard area. Three of the units also include a private storage shed




Units 1616 and 1618 have been significantly renovated and updated, and the building received a new roof in 2014. Landscaping work at included a new sprinkler system to help care for the mature trees





The market for multi-family investment properties has never been stronger! Well cared for properties are selling within days to savvy investors and this one is no exception... The future potential cash-flow is solid on this well maintained four-plex, and it's located in one of the hottest trending areas of town.


We see nothing but upside on this investment!


(Listed by WK Real Estate)


Give me a call to schedule a private showing...



Cory feels blessed and honored to be a top producing, full-time real estate broker and business owner in  beautiful Colorado. He gives everything he has to fulfilling his client’s dreams of home ownership - and it’s a privilege he doesn’t take lightly. 

Cory can be reached by mobile at 303.641.8597 or email at



Boulder County's Pella Crossing Open Again

by Cory Dudley



Pella Crossing, along with many other areas across Boulder County and the state, was devastated by the 2013 flooding. Since then, many nature-lovers, runners, fishermen and dog-walkers have been missing the spot. The network of trails and ponds is among the most popular of all open space areas in the county.

"This is a bit of a milestone for us," Boulder County Open Space Director, Eric Lane, announced. "This is the first major project we've completed.



The damage done to the area was extensive and severe; 15,000 cubic yards of sediment washed into one of the ponds, flood waters washed away 10 feet of earth in certain areas, and the original restroom was washed away entirely. In total, the project cost $3.5 million but a chunk of that was reserved for making the area much more resilient if there should be another flood threat in the future. Other projects included adding emergency spillways, rebuilding damaged or destroyed trails, repairing breached ponds, a new visitors kiosk and repairing the parking lot. 

Thankfully, the county is expecting 87.5% of the cost to be reimbursed by the federal and state governments.


(Photo Credit: Cory Dudley)


(Photo Credit: Cory Dudley)


Pella Crossing is open from sunrise to sunset. There are two different trails, both of which are easily traveled by all; Braly Trails and Marlatt Trails. Dogs are welcome to be on the trail but must be kept leashed. 


"JUST CLOSED" on Our Buyer's Dream Home

by Cory Dudley



We're always excited to be at the closing table with a buyer or seller - it never gets old!



This house had a fantastic backyard with a storage shed, lots of shade and a deck that will be perfect for entertaining family and friends this summer.




A new young, fun couple just hit the Longmont scene! Can't wait to see how these two infuse the neighborhood with their own Austin vibe. 



Christa is a Licensed REALTOR for The Winning Team Real Estate Group at Old Town Real Estate in beautiful Longmont, Colorado. Christa is The Winning Team's Buyer's Specialist. Her business background gives her the experience and expertise a Buyer needs and wants in today's competitive market. Christa lives with her contractor husband, Guy, and their two pups Bubba and Whim in the foothills of North Boulder. Christa can be found spending her free time mountain biking, skiing, running and enjoying her home and property. It's all that Colorado has to offer that keeps Christa and Guy happy, healthy and enjoying life to it's fullest.

Christa can be contacted via email  or mobile 303.913.9698.


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Contact Information

Cory Dudley
The Winning Team Real Estate Group
522 Kimbark St
Longmont CO 80501
Mobile: (303) 641-8597
Office: (303) 776-4004
Fax: (303) 776-4661