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Boulder County Real Estate Happenings
We ask, "will our local housing prices continue to climb,  or could the market actually start to slow down soon?" A recent study featured below, shows how the housing shortages locally and nationally have caused housing prices to rise. With Boulder County's tight inventory we do not expect notable price relief soon, but there is a summer cool down right now in our hot summer months. Strategies exist for both buyers and sellers, so give me a buzz to discuss savvy strategies for you!

Study analyzes housing prices, supply and demand

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently released a study calling for a dire, “once-in-a-generation” response to a housing shortage. The study, Housing Is Critical Infrastructure: Social and Economic Benefits of Building More Housing, written by members of Rosen Consulting Group, was remarkable, as it brought together some of the housing industry’s most recognized observers, who lent their particular expertise to bear on a seemingly intractable problem: There are now anywhere from 5 to 6.8 million housing units (including single-family homes, townhomes, condos, and rental units) missing from housing inventory. In short: Housing prices and rents are rising astronomically because the demand is so great, and the supply is so thin. Click to continue reading.

Boulder County Real Estate Stats

Above is a chart showing Single Family Home statistics from June of 2021 compared to June of 2020. Click here to watch a YouTube video with more details!
Above is a chart showing Attached Dwelling statistics from June of 2021 compared to June of 2020. Click here to watch a YouTube video with more details!

Home Improvement Projects with the Best ROI

Among all the uncertainties that the past 14 months have brought to the U.S. housing market, one of the few things that has remained constant is the value that home improvement projects add to a home. Exterior home improvement projects, in particular, took center stage in 2021, according to Remodeling magazine's Cost vs. Value Report. Click to continue reading.

Co-Living Trend Gains Popularity on the Front Range

If you think sharing an apartment means simply finding a place you can afford and talking a few friends into joining you (and splitting the dish-washing duties), now might be a good time to elevate your expectations. A new apartment complex and membership club is opening in July with relatively affordable co-living options and a list of swanky amenities for renters. Click to continue reading.

Upcoming Boulder County Events

Boulder Creek Festival - July 16-18th
Boulder Farmer's Market - Saturdays 8am-2pm / Wednesdays 4-8pm
Longmont Farmer's Market - Saturdays 8am-1pm
Longmont Yoga in the Park - Mondays 5:30-6:30pm
Orvis 101 Free Fly Fishing Class - Saturdays 10-11:30am

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Clove Berger

Realtor
303-748-3381
clove@cloveberger.com
RE/MAX of Boulder
2425 Canyon Blvd, #110
Boulder, CO 80302
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