Our county-wide market continues to improve for buyers! Both the "single family market" and the "attached home market" show increases in inventory and decreases in average sales price in the first half of 2019 as compared to the same 6 months in 2018. Lots of new units have been added to the multi-family market, so prices are softening as inventory grows. And the luxury market is definitely seeing fewer contracts this year. Have you been eyeing a change or thinking of buying an investment property? Make 2019 the year to do it as we move toward a more balanced market! Click here to see June's Top 10 Vital Statistics.
Halfway into 2019, How is the Housing Market Holding Up?
In this article from Forbes.com they discuss how affordability is affecting the market, how low mortgage rates aren't enough to entice some buyers, and how inventory of lower priced homes still can't keep up with demand. But what about the rest of the year? Real estate experts remain optimistic about housing's prospects for the latter half of 2019.
A Beginner’s Guide to Smart-Home Technology
If you've wondered about all the new tech that can make your home a "Smart-Home," but never really knew where to start, this article from 5280 Magazine is for you! From how to spot a gimmick, to what price-points to expect, and where the technology is going.
Buyers find more housing options and better prices in east Boulder County than in Boulder-proper
With Boulder housing prices staying steady, areas outside of the city are seeing increased interest. In this article from Times-Call, they discuss the price changes compared to 2018 and predict that houses will remain on the market slightly longer in 2019.