Erie,
Colorado

Living in Erie

Located in Boulder and Weld county; the town of Erie is best for those who have a passion for the outdoors and appreciate a dynamic community that has a small town feel. Erie is a suburban town just 27 miles north of Denver and is home to about 25,000 residents. The majestic views and scenic trails make it easy for growing families, young professionals, and active adults to call Erie home. The local economy in Erie is thriving, with a surge in new families, home builds and businesses entering into town. Erie’s median household income is around $110k. Downtown Erie is known as the entertainment district, where locals spend time walking the streets, enjoying the sunshine, stopping into local breweries, and dining in great restaurants.

Erie Community and Neighborhoods

Near large business hubs in Boulder, Denver and Broomfield, Erie is a popular place for homebuyers looking for a small-town feel. Recently, there has been a boom in new housing construction as many new residents are attracted to the local economy, employment opportunities, great schools, and green landscape. The median home value in Erie is around $550k, and a majority of locals are homeowners. The housing market is primarily made up of single-family homes which are newer builds ranging from 2000 and newer.

Moving to Erie

If you are looking to relocate to Erie, or buy Erie real estate, it helps to have all your tools and resources in order. There are several ways that 8z Real Estate can make moving to Erie easier.

Erie Real Estate Trends

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Resources & Helpful Links

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