The January 2019 Single Family Home market in Boulder County performed somewhat differently from this time last year. The "number of homes sold" fell by 11.5% from January 2018, and inventory rose by 34% over last year. Predictably, with more homes available for purchase, the "median home sale price" fell by 3% for the month.
The January 2019 Attached Dwelling market in Boulder County reports similar trends with the month's sales down by 18.5% from this time last year, and median and average sales prices were down 13.4% and 16.9% respectively. Inventory rose by 72% this month due to the delivery of new units. It is a great time to buy in Boulder County! Click here to see the Top 10 Vital Statistics.
U.S. housing market took December hit, but “crazy spring” could make up for lost ground
The national housing market has been up and down in the last two months, possibly driven by the stock market turn in December and the government shut down in January. In this article from The Denver Post analysts try to interpret these ups and downs, and forecast what the spring might bring.
How Your Monthly Expenses Might Change in 2019
5280 Magazine takes a look at what 2019 will mean for monthly expenses. Read their article giving a rundown of commonplace expenses from health insurance to restaurants to gas and housing prices.
Boulder City Council could renew push for affordable housing on Shining Mountain Waldorf land
The Daily Camera discusses the land sale of about 5 acres by the Shining Mountain Waldorf School to fund a redevelopment project. There are several possible outcomes, one of which is affordable housing, though the school is hoping to raise $4 million from the sale to make their redevelopment possible.