Friday, October 12, 2007

What's Considered Boulder?

by Osman Parvez
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A reader asked what area was considered Boulder (for statistical purposes). Most of analysis of data on this blog is coming via the local MLS which defines areas according to the map below. Boulder is areas 1/1 though 1/10.



Here's the list of areas and how they correspond to the map

1. Boulder
2. Louisville
3. Lafayette
4. Longmont
5. Suburban Plains
6. Suburban Mountains
7. Superior
8. Loveland/Berthoud
9. Ft. Collins
10. Greeley/Weld
11. Estes Park
12. Metro Denver
13. Out of Area
14. Morgan
15. Logan
16. Sedgwick
17. Phillips
18. Washington
19. Yuma
20. Broomfield

Note: sometimes I'll use Census data which may correspond to the City, County, or Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) or I'll use data from another source. I try to make it clear in each post where the data is coming from. With respect to MLS data, it's up to the individual agents (and their offices) to input the information correctly.


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2 comments:

  1. Fort Collins IS but Broomfield ISN'T?
    Errmmm....???

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  2. No, no.

    Boulder is only area 1/1 through 1/10. Ft. Collins is 9, it's own area (off the map). I know the resolution is pretty crappy but you can click on the map to download a slightly better version.

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