The Denver real estate market causes me to meet Denver home owners who have been thinking of moving, yet their number one concern is finding something they want to move into. I certainly understand that concern as the inventory of homes to buy is limited, but experience has taught me a few tricks that can help that seller make the right deal so they can take more time to find a place than they might expect. Back in the day, I even had a lady take an around the world cruise while waiting for her new home to be ready!
I have to tell you I am seeing indicators of the market softening in favor of Buyers; it is not going to happen overnight though. As an example, weekly there seem to be more homes coming on the market either through new listings or as back on market listings than those that have gone under contract (see below). The Metrolist (REColorado) data seems to support this contention on a monthly basis as well.It appears we will have much more price inflation in Denver’s real estate market than I expected earlier this year. So far we are between 10 & 15% increase in value throughout the city, while homes in certain price ranges are “flying off the shelf” notably between 150k and 400k. The cool part of this is that the sellers set the terms for price as well as possession because there are so many buyers wanting the same property so the seller can negotiate with the best buyer. We can talk with no obligation about your Denver or suburban home in Highlands Ranch or Littleton as examples, or if you are relocating to Denver, what your plan of action should be. 30 years experience (I have seen the highs and lows before) can help you make the right real estate deal for you in Denver.
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