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Longmont, Colorado is Boulder County’s second largest city, located at the center of Colorado’s Technological Corridor. Entrepreneurs and established companies move from all over the country to be a part of Longmont’s thriving business culture. Despite this growth, Longmont has maintained its small town charm and attracts home-buyers for this reason. The town’s friendly population and proximity to the University of Colorado make Longmont a popular destination.
Longmont attracts home buyers from across the country with its growing economy and close-knit community. If you buy a Longmont home or condo, you’ll be able to live, work, and shop in one area. Come see for yourself why Longmont is a highly desirable real estate market for investment.
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HOMES & AMENITIES
Longmont, Colorado is home to more than 86,000 people and a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and other professional services. Longmont also hosts the Boulder County Fair every summer, and festivals and rodeos year-round. As the town has grown over the years, its retail base has increased too. Today, Longmont is a popular destination for those looking to enjoy Colorado’s natural beauty and welcoming spirit.
No matter what type of home, condo, or townhome you are looking for, Longmont has a number of choices for you. There are a variety of properties available from banks for a great deal, often times well under $100,000. If you’re looking for a luxury home, Longmont boasts a number of gorgeous estate homes and land parcels so you can have your dream home.
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THE HISTORY OF
The year was 1820. Major Stephen H. Long gazed out on the magnificent Colorado landscape and was particularly struck by the majestic 14,256 foot peak which loomed before him. Longs Peak had found its name.
Years later, in 1871, the Chicago Colorado Colony purchased 50,000 acres in the shadow of Longs Peak. Longmont, as the town was named, sprawled along the St. Vrain River, near the old Burlington stage shop. This land was fertile soil for sugar beets, alfalfa, beans, potatoes, and peas. As Longmont became a hub for the local farming community, more companies arrived. Since then, Longmont has continued its tradition of success and productivity.