Take me outdoors and I'm at my best! Living in the foothills of Northern Colorado for over 20 years lets me be a part of it every day, and we feel we have our own little piece of heaven! Living in the mountains presents certain challenges, but it's really just a different lifestyle. Once you learn the ropes and meet the wonderful community around you, these people become your second family.
I love to connect people to their needs, and real estate has always been a natural career path for me. It affords me the ability to bring all my past experience to bear and identify my client’s needs while creating value in helping them to find their own piece of heaven.
A graduate of Colorado State University - GO RAMS!!!
Our daughter lives in San Francisco as an architect; our son is just finishing a masters program at Colorado State University in Bio-Chem.
My husband is a former Marine, 'Semper Fi!' Together we have owned about 12 homes in our lifetime. Most we've remodeled, torn up, added on, or, as in the case of our present home - built it ourselves. This was probably one of the most enjoyable and exciting experiences of my life. As a Realtor® this gives me firsthand experience with the joys and frustrations of remodeling, and new construction, and so I can guide my clients through the complicated maze of construction of a home they love.”
In 2012 we lost our beautiful home to the High Park Fire, one of the largest in Colorado. We have since rebuilt on the same footprint and still have our beautiful view, minus many of our trees. We are grateful for our wonderful community, which made our rebuild a little easier. We are stronger for our experiences, and many times I repeated my husband's favorite saying "One Rock at a Time!"
“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” — Winston Churchill
Loveland is an artistic Northern Colorado community that has a rich culture and strong roots. This city has seen a boom in its population, which is roughly 59,500 people, over the last 10 years and is the fifteenth fastest growing city in the US. Located 50 mile from Cheyenne, Wyoming and 40 miles from Denver; Loveland sits in the middle of majestic views, tons of recreational activities and major commerce.
Real estate in Loveland Colorado is highly sought after. Having received recent awards including “greatest place[s] to live” by national publications like AARP Magazine, Money Magazine, and USA Today, Loveland and surrounding areas are becoming more and more popular with new homeowners, retirees and families.
Downtown Loveland offers many upscale and boutique restaurants as well as tons of art galleries and cute shops. The pride of the city is their three hundred acre oasis park that includes both Benson Park and Lake Loveland. Here you will find sand beaches, tranquil sculpture gardens, walking and biking paths, golf courses, and sports fields. Loveland also gets a lot of adventure tourist traveling through on their way to nearby Rocky Mountain National Park.
At an elevation of
feet sits the city of Loveland, Colorado. The approximate population of Loveland is
residents. There are currently
541 properties for sale in Loveland, CO.
Loveland residents have a median household income of
; compared to the surrounding county’s median household income of
, and the national median household income of
The median age for residents of Loveland is 38.4 years.
less family-centric than the surrounding county. In Loveland, 31.91% of households contain married families with children; compared to 33.11% in the surrounding county.
fewer single residents than the national average, with 8.02% compared to the national average of communities with 9.95% of single residents.
The average high temperature in July for Loveland is 87.8 degrees. The average low temperature for Loveland in January is 16.5 degrees. Loveland sees an average rainfall of approximately 16.8 inches per year, and a snow accumulation of 42.6 inches per year. There are an average of 233 days of sunlight each year in Loveland; compared to an average of 253 days across the state, and 205 days across the nation.