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Economic Economists Prediction on Interest Rates Where are interest rates headed? This question was one of many which were addressed during our annual Market Forecast yesterday. Our Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, provided insight on rates, prices, inventory and many other fascinating topics. Matthew’s prediction is for rates to creep up to 3.07% by the end of 2021.  They are currently at […]
Market Data Real Estate Market Perspective Here’s a little perspective on the inventory of homes for sale in today’s market… First we’ll look at Metro Denver: The average number of residential listings for sale at this time of year is 15,577 The highest-ever for this time of year is 29,722 which occurred in 2006 The number of listings right now is […]
Economic Colorado Real Estate Market Update The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in your area, please don’t hesitate to contact your Windermere agent.  […]
Economic Housing and Economic Update In this episode Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into three of the latest housing market data releases and gives context to their historical significance.
Market Data Chief Economists Economic Update Exclusive Invitation!!! Tune in on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 9:00am to meet with Matthew Gardner, Windermere Real Estate’s Chief Economist LIVE and get your chance to ask him questions. He’ll be discussing the housing market, employment and the effects of COVID-19 on the local and national economy. As one of the only real estate companies in […]
Market Data Latest NoCO Real Estate Stats We just completed a review of the September numbers in our market. Here is the one number that is standing out to us – average price. Prices are way up over last year.  Here are the specific average price increases in each of our markets compared to September 2019: Metro Denver = 13.2% Larimer County = […]
Market Data Northern Colorado Real Estate Market Update   The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in your area, please don’t hesitate to contact your Windermere […]
Economic Consumer Confidence in Housing Survey This week Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, dives into the most recent National Housing Survey results which tell us a lot about consumer confidence both pre- and post-COVID and whether or not they feel this is a good time to buy or sell a home. The results might surprise you.
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Market Data Housing Numbers needed for CO It’s interesting to look at what population growth means for housing. On average, along the Front Range, 2.5 people live in each housing unit. What that means is 4 housing units are needed for every 10 people who live here. So, for every 1000 new people moving to our area, 400 new housing units are required. […]
Market Data Troutman Park Mid-Year Real Estate Review Now that we’ve made it through a very unique 1st half of 2020 it’s a good time to look back and see how Troutman Park’s Real Estate market has done compared to other recent years. Many felt like property values would decline like so many other investments did through all the Covid-19 adjustments. If you […]
Economic How has the housing market faired through Covid-19? On this week’s episode Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, analyzes several aspects of the housing market to see how it has fared over the past 16 weeks amid COVID-19.
Market Data More Homes Needed to Balance Market Our Real Estate market is in short supply right now! More homes are necessary to fulfill the need of current buyer demand. Compared to exactly one year ago, the supply of homes is down: 32.6% in Metro Denver 25.1% in Northern Colorado An interesting and useful measurement we track is months of inventory.  This stat […]
Economic Chief Economist discusses housing affordability Matthew Gardner discusses housing affordability and how he believes that despite the impact of COVID-19, affordability issues will remain and may actually get worse as we move forward.    
Economic Chief Economist’s Housing & Economic Update On this week’s episode of “Mondays with Matthew”, Matthew Gardner discusses what is needed to motivate more Millennials to buy and the important role they play in the long-term health of the US housing market.
Market Data Mortgage Rate Forecast for the rest of 2020 This week on “Mondays with Matthew”: Now that things have settled down somewhat following the initial impact of COVID-19, Matthew dives into the topic of mortgage rates. Will they go below 3%? Matthew discusses this and the factors that have formed his updated 2020 and 2021 mortgage rate forecast.   
Market Data Pent Up Demand We notice a very interesting dynamic in the market right now. There was clearly a pent-up real estate demand created during the recent time when in-person showings were not allowed.  The numbers back it up. First, a little background.  During a portion of “Shelter in Place,” all in-person viewing of properties ceased.  Instead, buyers spent […]
Market Data Economist Q&A Webinar (Wed 4/22) On Wednesday April 22nd you are invited to a special online event with Windermere’s Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. He will be giving his insights into the U.S. economy and what that means for real estate along the Front Range of Colorado. You will hear the answers to the biggest questions we are hearing from clients […]
Market Data Compare Troutman Park Home Valuations Here Online home valuations can vary quite a bit. When I looked up my homes value online I found estimates that ranged anywhere from $435,836 to $525,442 (that’s an 18% margin). After looking over a market analysis I prepared the fact of the matter is that my home’s worth somewhere around $435,000 to $450,000. If you’re […]
Market Data Economic Impact of NoCo’s Public Universities A recent study by Emsi illustrates the economic impact that Northern Colorado’s Public Universities have on our local economy.
Market Data Economic History Lesson With the stock market on a wild ride and the Dow Jones dropping nearly 1,000 points yesterday, it makes some people wonder if the local real estate market might also crash or at least “correct.” A little history lesson is in order. Over the last 40 years, the real estate market along the Front Range has […]