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Market Data Staggering Stat By definition, a real estate market is balanced when there is 4 to 6 months of inventory currently for sale. Anything less than 4 to 6 months means a Sellers’ market, anything more means a Buyers’ market. For example, if there are 1,000 closings per month in a market, the market would be balanced if […]
Market Data $100k, $90k & $60k As I’m sure you’ve probably noticed, housing prices have gone up quite a bit along Colorado’s Front Range. Low interest rates, strong demand, lower supply, and a healthy local economy are all contributing to increased prices. It may interest you to see exactly how much prices have increased since one year ago in the markets […]
Market Data How Popular is Colorado? Here’s an interesting stat based on the most recent U.S. Census. (although you probably won’t be surprised to hear this) Since 1990, Colorado’s rate of population growth is double the Nation’s rate of population growth. Here are the numbers since 1990: 30.3% growth in the U.S. 62.3% growth in Colorado So, the Nation grows at […]
Market Data Troutman Park’s Real Estate Update Q2     Now that we’re half way through 2021 we have all heard of what has been going on with Northern Colorado’s Real Estate Market. The fact of the matter is that Northern Colorado consists of many different hyper-local markets though. So with that in mind let’s take a look at how our very own […]
Market Data Local Nuances in Real Estate “All markets are local” is a commonly used phrase in real estate. This adage is proving to be true as we notice slight changes recently in the market. Bottom line, the market, in some locations, is not behaving exactly like it did even 30 days ago. Properties that perhaps would have received 10 or more […]
Market Data More Inventory for Homebuyers! We are noticing a trend that is very good news for buyers. Inventory has been increasing over the last month which means that buyers now have more properties to consider. Just in the last week, the number of homes for sale has increased: 13% in Larimer County 12% in Weld County 11% in Metro Denver […]
Market Data Is there really “No Inventory”? A common phrase that is being used right now to describe the market is ‘no inventory.’ ‘There’s no inventory’ is said frequently among those inside and outside of the real estate industry. The problem with this phrase is that it is untrue. There is inventory.  Meaning, there are a significant number of new listings hitting […]
Market Data Calculating Risk with Home Values The economic research blog called “Calculated Risk” just completed a fascinating study on home prices. Specifically, they looked at the correlation between home price growth and inventory. They used price data from the Case-Shiller Home Price Index and inventory data from the National Association of Realtors. No surprise, they found that the lower the inventory […]
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Market Data Q1 Northern Colorado Gardner Report 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 Real […]
Market Data Troutman Park 1st Qtr Real Estate Review We’ve got a quarter of the year now to give us an idea of what Northern Colorado’s Real Estate Market has in store for 2021. Many were surprised to see how well Real Estate in our area weathered all the storms that last year threw at all of us. I think it’s fair to say […]
Market Data Appreciation Rates along the Front Range While our temperatures felt like record lows this week, real estate prices have been hitting record highs along the Front Range.   Here is the average price for residential sales so far this year in each of our Front Range markets (includes both single-family and multi-family):   Fort Collins = $567,000 Loveland = $449,000 Windsor […]
Market Data The percentage of homes selling at or above list price What percent of properties are selling for list price or more!?! Take a guess.  Of the properties that have sold so far in April, how many of them sold for at least list price? Meaning, how many of them had a final sales price that was equal to or above the asking price? The answer… […]
Market Data Interest Rate Predicition!?! Windermere’s Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner has made his new mortgage interest rate prediction for 2021.   You can see his breakdown of interest rates and other economic factors by clicking on the image below and watching his newest video.   By the end of the year he predicts rates will rise to 3.63%.  By the […]
Market Data How fast are houses selling? In the residential real estate industry, inventory is typically measured in months. For example, the definition of a “sellers’ market” is when there is less than 4 months of inventory on the market.  Meaning, at the current pace of sales, it would take less than four months to sell all the homes currently for sale. […]
Market Data Questions we get about market activity right now! Do you think more properties will come on the market this Spring?  Yes, the normal pattern in our market is for new listings to be 40% to 70% higher in April versus January.  The peak month for new listings is typically June. Do you think buyer demand will grow even more as time goes on?  Yes, […]
Market Data Troutman Park 2020 Real Estate Year in Review All the data from 2020 is in and it’s time to look back and see how Troutman Park’s Real Estate Market has performed compared to other recent years. Back in March last year many felt like property values would decline like many other investments did through all the Covid-19 adjustments. If you own a home […]
Economic Latest Appreciation Ratings CoreLogic produces one of the most respected and widely-used home price index reports in the United States. They track home price appreciation in the largest markets across the Country. Here are the highlights from their most recent report: Home prices are up 9.2% Nationally This is the highest increase since February, 2014 Denver ranks fourth […]
Market Data Employment recovery fuels NoCo Real Estate Market “How could the real estate market be so strong in the middle of a pandemic?” That is a fair question and one we hear frequently from our clients. There are several reasons for this but two stand out. Interest rates Jobs Employment has bounced back much quicker than most people expected.  When COVID first showed […]
Market Data Q4 2020 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. […]
Market Data 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 […]