Flat Fee MLS in Larimer County, Colorado
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Larimer County sellers can get a flat fee MLS listing the same day and can list a flat fee MLS home or condo, for sale or for rent, or even list land flat fee on the MLS. We are the experts in listing on the Multiple Listing Service.
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Cities in Larimer County
|Berthoud||Black Hollow Junction||Box Prairie||Buckeye|
|Fort Collins||Giddings||Glen Comfort||Glen Echo|
|Glen Haven||Glendevey||Harmony||Horsetooth Heights|
|Kings Corner||Kinikinik||Laporte||Little Dam|
|Old Roach||Olympus Heights||Omega||Owl Canyon|
|Pinewood Springs||Poudre Park||Red Feather Lakes||Redmond|
About Larimer County
Larimer County is bordered on the north by Wyoming, west by the Medicine Bow Mountains and Jackson County, Interstate 25 skirts the eastern border, and Rocky Mountain National Park lines the southern portion. Pioneers ventured to Larimer County for the mineral rich soils that blanket the countryside, instead of the gold and silver that was rumored to hide in the Rockies. Sugar beets grow abundantly throughout the county.
The Poudre River and Big Thompson River wind their way through the mountains and meadowlands. The waters of these rivers are famous for fly fishing, white water rafting, tubing, and kayaking/canoeing.
Fort Collins is the county seat and home to the Colorado State University. The city’s culture is ever-changing to meet the needs of the college population. This area is a great place for artists to find their niche and musicians hone their craft.
The Town of Estes Park is the headquarters for the Rocky Mountain National Forest. This town’s resident population is about 6,000, but fluctuates throughout the year with the estimated 3,000,000 visitors that travel through the national forest. Estes Park is also known for the Stanley Hotel, which inspired the Stephen King novel, The Shining.
Loveland is the second most populated city in Larimer County, following Fort Collins. The residents of this town compete annual to have their poems and artwork placed on the “Loveland Valentine Re-Mailing”. This program allows people to mail their valentines to Loveland to have it hand-stamped with the winning poem and picture, then mailed to the person’s valentine. Approximately 160,000 people from 110 different countries send their valentines to this program.
Larimer County is home to several major companies, like Hewitt Packard, Anheuser Busch, and Teledyne. The business/industrial districts are close enough to Denver to receive its benefits, while being far enough that the residents can enjoy “home town” atmospheres. This county has the best of it all!
MLS Boards servicing Larimer County
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Client Testimonials from Sellers in Colorado
-Steve, G Denver, CO Jul 12, 2009