For those of us fortunate enough to have been out of the path of the Marshall Fire in Boulder County, there’s no time like the present to update – or create – an inventory of personal property.
When your home burns to the ground and everything has been taken from your normal life, a torrent of questions on a huge array of topics comes to mind. One of these questions is, “what will happen to my property taxes?”
In the aftermath of the devastating Marshall Fire, home insurance is top of mind. For those of us fortunate enough to have escaped this urban wildfire, now is the time to review your insurance policy.
If you or someone you know has been displaced by the Marshall Fire, the following resources are available for those affected. Additional information and more comprehensive help (such as insurance resources) can be found here.
A $2 million grant from the Realtors® Relief Foundation is to be distributed to victims of the December 2021 fires that ravaged Boulder County, destroying more than 1,000 residential properties.
The average temperature for the last six months is the hottest recorded in Colorado and the country as a whole, according to data released this week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Resources for housing and financial assistance for those who need help from the Marshall Fire in Boulder County, Colorado as well as information for the many who want to donate money, time and goods.
It is said that home is where the heart is, where family and pets and memories are. But really, home is where most everything is.
Disaster survivors affected by the Marshall Fire can visit select Boulder County home improvement stores to get rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.
The Boulder Area Rental Housing Association and Boulder-Longmont Realtor® Association (BOLO Realtors®) have created a centralized portal, MarshallFireHousing.com, to help those impacted by the fire to help find short and long-term rental housing.
Many in our Boulder County community now need to rebuild their beloved home so that their stories can once again be filled with joy. Today we join in that effort by sharing newly released guidance on what to do and what not to do in the days that follow a fire.
Boulder County and Colorado State University Extension Boulder County are available to help affected homeowners with the recovery process.