Information & graphic courtesy of Tenge Law firm
Boulder has a reputation of being an expensive city to live in. In 2015, this Colorado city made it to the top 1% of the US’ most expensive housing markets, right up with California’s priciest neighborhoods such as Atherton and Woodside. But even with the average listing price of a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home set at around $418,344, it is intriguing to see why Boulder still manages to convince an increasing number of people to settle down within its enclaves. In this infographic called “10 Reasons Why You Should Move To Boulder”, Tenge Law Firm explores several compelling facts about this rarefied city and if it is truly worth its price tag.
I have loved Boulder ever since I took my undergraduate education at the University of Colorado. It’s a rapidly changing city, but the outdoor activities and scenery are nearly unmatched. So, without further delay, here are 10 reasons to move to Boulder Colorado.