Home prices in Boulder County fell slightly in November 2022 compared to last month, but are up significantly year over year (YOY). Longmont’s (YOY) price increased the least at 9.5 percent, followed by Boulder at 10.9 percent, Erie at 15.7 percent and Lafayette at 23.0 percent. Because ... Continue Reading » about Trends in the Boulder County Real Estate Market
How's the real estate market? In Boulder County Colorado it's quite robust. Even though prices have fallen from the highs of this past spring, they are still higher than the historical trends would anticipate. With a continued low inventory of homes for sale (a 3 month supply is considered a ... Continue Reading » about What’s Happening in the Boulder Real Estate Market?
The data for this report was collected from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022 by NAR (The National Association of Realtors). The housing market has been pummeled with a shift from a low interest rate, low inventory environment accompanied by bidding wars, to a much higher interest rate with a ... Continue Reading » about 9 Buyer Attributes to Analyze; Capture A Great Offer
I’m thinking about selling my home. What should I do to maximize the return on this, my largest asset? Here are 9 tips on how to get your home ready to sell for top dollar. 1. Fresh interior paint. Paint can transform a house. Be sure to use neutral paint colors. Hideous ... Continue Reading » about 9 Simple Ways to Make Your Home Sizzle
The real estate market in Boulder County continues to baffle me. Ten more homes sold in September than in August with the average sales prices down $20,000 accompanied by a decrease in price per total square foot of $9. Boulder County isn’t experiencing the devastation of the real ... Continue Reading » about Is the Boulder Real Estate Market a Bust?
Interest rates are a bone of contention in the current housing market. They reached historic lows in the past few years and their rise is causing consternation to buyers and sellers alike. For example, a $1M loan at 4.25% has a $4919 per month mortgage payment (principle plus ... Continue Reading » about Marry the House. Date the Rate.