The Metro Denver Luxury Home Blog
Mortgage rates fell this week but are likely to rise. We don’t expect that to dampen the enthusiasm we’re seeing from buyers, though.
The market is still hot and continues to favor sellers. Here are six ways buyers are making their offers more attractive to sellers.
Sawhill Ponds is a really pretty spot in east Boulder and one of our Favorite Colorado Places. The 18 ponds here were part of a mining operation until the 1970s, when water filled the pits
Three big ways the housing market is different now than when it began to decline in 2006 and 2007 and bottomed out in 2012
Three big ways the housing market is different now than when it began to decline in 2006 and 2007 and bottomed out in 2012.
With homes appreciating so quickly, many people fear they’ll be priced out of the market and worry they won’t be able to purchase a home. Fortunately, in Colorado, the state has a variety of
It was just about a year ago that the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Colorado. What was happening just before the pandemic began? How does it compare it to what’s happening now in
During the last week: New Listings – 807 Back On Market – 156 Price Increase – 215 Price Decrease – 195 Pending – 1554 Withdrawn – 84 Closed – 1167 Expired – 106 Previous Week:
Showings per listing are higher than they’ve been at any point during the past ten years. It’s hard to get in and see homes because we have just a one month supply. In other words,
During the last week: New Listings – 688 Back On Market – 110 Price Increase – 239 Price Decrease – 281 Pending – 1407 Withdrawn – 89 Closed – 1042 Expired – 107 Previous Week:
We ended 2020 with a record-low number of homes on the market – just 2,541. The average number of homes for sale at the end of December is 12,941. With such low inventory, the market strongly
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