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Louisville has consistently been named one of the top 100 places to live in the US by CNN's Money Magazine because of its hometown atmosphere in a progressive community.

In the 1870s, coal miners were attracted to Louisville, in part because it was a democratic community that was not owned and controlled by a single mining company. Louisville features a highly educated population, diverse business profile and small town ambiance. If you become one of the residents of Louisville, you'll enjoy the Colorado lifestyle with nearly 1700 acres of open space, a vital old town/downtown and easy access to nearby cultural amenities. Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts offer stellar education and progressive schooling.

With the dry, clear weather, low crime, below average unemployment rates, good health care, and low taxes, it's easy to understand Louisville's number one status in the country.


  • Square Miles: 8
  • Population: 21,128
  • Per Capita Income: $44,928
  • Median Household Income: $94,304
  • Housing Units: 8,009
  • Homeownership Rate: 73.2%
  • Median Home Price: $630,000

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Market Activity — May 2017

New Listings


Compared to previous month (42)

Homes on Market


Compared to previous month (126)

Sold Listings


Compared to previous month (34)

Average Days on Market


Compared to previous month (41)

Sales Price/List Price %


Compared to previous month (101)

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