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    Set against a backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and bathed in 300+ days of sunshine, Northern Colorado is a beautiful place to call home. Add the natural beauty to a strong economy, major employers, arts and culture, abundant recreational opportunities, and desirable quality of life, and you have an ideal place to call home. Whether you are new to the area or a long-standing resident we hope you find the links and resources below valuable. Our Northern Colorado Community Calendar and Fun Things To Do detail happenings across Northern Colorado – including Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Windsor, Johnstown and Estes Park. Follow our News Briefs for the latest in real estate and community news for Northern Colorado. And as always, contact us with any questions!


    Fort Collins is considered among the best places to live in the entire country. This “Choice City” is home to Colorado State University and serves as a cultural hub of Colorado with music, art, theater and a thriving brewers community taking center stage. There is something for everyone in Fort Collins.


    Known as the “Sweetheart City,” Loveland has a thriving arts community and has maintained a small town feel even as it has grown significantly over the last two decades.


    Berthoud is known as the “Garden Spot of Colorado” and has maintained a small-town feel while being one of Northern Colorado’s fastest growing areas.


    Greeley is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. You can experience the old west and the best of modern living and culture in this western destination!


    Windsor is a fast growing and centrally located in Northern Colorado. Quality of life abounds in this thriving community!


    Severance has been a hot spot for new construction, yet maintained its rustic roots. Be sure to stop by Bruce’s Bar, world-famous for their Rocky Mountain Oysters!


    Holly is AMAZING! We are brand new to Colorado and she took us under her wing and found us a house within a week. She went above and beyond for our family and we will be forever thankful to her for that. She’s a honorary member of our family whether she likes it or not! She’s been patient, kind and  made this an easy transition
    The Hood Family