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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. Lending requirements are more strict now. Lenders have become much more risk-averse, especially during the pandemic. This is good for the housing market and means people aren’t buying homes they won’t be able to afford. […]

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Metro Denver Real Estate Market Update, February 25, 2021

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 each of the seven metro counties? Let’s take a look. Average Prices by County: Boulder Douglas Denver Arapahoe Jefferson Broomfield […]

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Metro Denver Real Estate Market Update, January 7, 2021

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 favors sellers. The average closed price was up 5.44% compared to 2019. Despite the pandemic-induced stand-still in the market during […]

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