The Single Family Home market in Boulder County looks to be ending 2019 with both the median and average sales prices showing only slight appreciation compared to November 2018. The number of active listings and "days to sale" are both higher today than this time last year signaling a slow down in single family home sales. This is despite the 30 year mortgage rate being significantly lower today as compared to one year ago.
The Attached Dwelling market shows no appreciation in the median sales price November 2018 to November 2019; the "days to sale" and the months of inventory are both higher, and signal a slowing market for condos and townhomes in the County. Click here to see November's Top 10 Vital Statistics.
2020 Real Estate Outlook: Expert Predictions for Mortgage Rates, Home Prices, Tech and More
In this article from Forbes, they consult experts on their predictions for the 2020 housing market nationally. From mortgage rates staying low (and maybe dropping even lower), to continued tight inventory numbers, to further digitization in the real estate and mortgage industries, and the effects Millennials will have on the market.
Before Hiring a Window Contractor,
Ask These 10 Questions
Replacing the windows in your home is an expensive project, but can really improve the look and feel of your home, as well as help with resale value. In this article from Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine, they give you 10 questions to ask before you choose your window dealer.
Attempt to Emulate Boulder 1% Growth Limit Across Front Range Stirs Controversy
Since 1976 Boulder has had an annual limit on the number of new dwelling units allowed within city limits. Now other areas in the Front Range are considering this same measure. The man behind this move has starting a petition for signatures to get the measure on the 2020 ballot. Read more about this controversial topic in this article from The Denver Post.