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My daily focus is in doing the small things which build long term relationships based upon respect, honesty and trust. By providing sound advice, based upon broad experience and deep expertise, I’m able to provide a solid framework from which my clients feel empowered to make smart decisions. With me you will find a trusted resource who works from a basis of service and information without any pressure. I look forward to helping you fulfill your real estate dreams in the Boulder Valley. My market area includes: Boulder, Broomfield, Erie, Gunbarrel, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Niwot and Superior.

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If you are looking for a Realtor who is uniquely qualified to exceed your expectations you have found the right place. This website has been designed to fill in the blanks the national real estate sites don’t address.

 

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The Kearney Report is a quarterly market report highlighting the real estate market in Boulder County

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A detailed guide about the neighborhoods in Boulder. Prices, demographics, lifestyle.

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Boulder Neighborhood Guide

Interested in learning about the different neighborhoods in Boulder? In this report I have split Boulder into eleven different areas and present the lifestyle highlights, schools, shopping districts, local recreation and real estate statistics for each area. If you’re interested in learning about where to live in the City of Boulder this is your guide. It is recognized that Boulder is a great place to live but the neighborhoods in Boulder are a bit hard to characterize. Boulder was developed over time in a piece-meal fashion. The result is that many of the neighborhoods are only a few hundred homes in size. It is common to have two adjacent... read more

Mapping Boulder Home Sales By Price and Location

I’m revising my Boulder Neighborhood Guide and thought it would be helpful to show not only where sales are taking place but at what price. I found a way to manipulate the sales data for the City of Boulder and show it on a map and label it by price range. It’s called a heat map. The first one shows all of the sales of houses and condos in and around Boulder in 2014. It’s a little busy, but you can generally see that there are more large orange circles on the west side of town. Orange circles represent the highest 1/3 of prices. Medium green circles represent the middle third and small blue circles stand for each sale in... read more

Joint Tenancy vs. Tenants in Common

In Colorado, when there is more than one buyer or entity purchasing real property, the buyer(s) can specify how they will hold title. On the Colorado approved “Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate” in section 2.1 buyers have the option to take “title to the Property described below as Joint Tenants, Tenants in Common or Other. Below I will spell out the main differences between joint tenants and tenants in common. Joint Tenants Joint tenancy is characterized by  right of survivorship. When a property is owned by joint tenants, and one of the owners dies, the interest of the deceased owner automatically gets transferred to... read more

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It’s my job to help you accomplish your real estate goals with complete integrity, honesty and professionalism. My goal is to do this in such a way that you feel compelled to refer your family and friends so they can work with me too!

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“…Thank you for living up to your marketing – and most defining, your word. From 1,200 miles away – that assurance was priceless. We look forward to a continued friendship and will freely and often recommend you and your work.”

Melinda and JR Humbert

“Neil was a fantastic realtor for us. His patience and integrity really made our house buying experience smooth and pleasant. It was also great to have a Boulder native helping us transition into this community from out-of-state.”

Elizabeth and Andrew Drozda-Freeman

“We worked with Neil Kearney for the sale of our Gunbarrel home during our relocation out of state and were extremely happy with him! He provided a comprehensive market analysis in a short time so we could price our home competitively. His marketing of the house drove traffic to our home and led to multiple offers in a short time, allowing us to achieve our target price for the sale of the house. Neil’s personal touch and communications while we were out of the state were a great comfort to us during our busy relocation. He took care of all of our worries and kept us informed during every step of the sale of the house. We highly recommend Neil for your agent!”

Jim and Anna McClatchey

“Neil’s superb way of doing business, as in no pressure or aggressive sales pitch, just patience,  intelligent information on all aspects of our search and his willingness to accommodate our travel schedules, was truly appreciated.  While buying a home is never easy, it is always more difficult if your current abode is far away.  Neil couldn’t have been more supportive or available while we searched  for the “right fit” and then began  the negotiations of buying a new home”

Reva and Gerson Greenburg

“With Neil, we knew that we had an objective observer. He always kept a level head and noticed details like cracking foundations and unnecessary wear and tear. He always made us feel “in charge” of the purchase decision and the negotiation process. We never felt anxious or that he was in too much of a hurry to make sure we were satisfied every step of the way. We definitely recommend Neil Kearney as a Realtor and look forward to working with him again in the future.”

Preston and Jana Jackson

Quick Market Update

Through the first three quarters of 2014, total sales are down 6.7%, median prices are up 6.2%, it has taken on average 9 fewer days to get an offer and sellers on average are negotiating 1.8% off of the list price rather than 2.41% as it was in 2013.  Overall it has been a strong year for real estate. The largest trend in the market right now is low inventory. To learn more about the market see the latest Kearney Report or read the latest articles on local real estate statistics. All numbers below are for Boulder County sales from January 1, 2014 – September 30, 2014.

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