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BOULDER, Colo. — More than 1,000 homes burned to the ground during the Marshall Fire, at a time when there are already too few homes on the market in Colorado.

Almost a month later, the fire’s immediate impact on the housing market is starting to become clear.

“I think most of us thought that there was just no way it wouldn’t hurt Superior and Louisville and the homes still left standing, in that how would anyone be able to buy and sell amidst this devastation?” said Kelly Moye, a Broomfield/Boulder-based real estate agent who also serves as spokesperson for the Colorado Association of Realtors.