The secret is out that Colorado is one of the fasting growing and most desirable places to live in the country, but what are the top reasons why? In addition to a booming real estate market, wealth of recreational offerings and a robust economy, Colorado offers a few unique draws that you might not have […]
Following a change of administration, it is hard not to focus on how politics might affect the real estate market, but something to remember is that one of the top determining factors that will ultimately decide if Colorado will experience a ‘make or break year’ in real estate, is job growth. According to recent population […]
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Across the state of Colorado, housing inventory is currently low. This means less options, and often, a more competitive marketplace. In Denver metro, active listing inventory peaked at 7,942 active listings in September 2016, and decreased drastically by 52%, to 4,063 in January 2017. In Boulder, active listings reached to 243 listings in August 2016 […]
While forecasting how the real estate market will perform is never an exact science, this year could be especially difficult to predict. Just as the recent presidential election delivered some surprising results, the real estate market will show some surprising new trends in 2017. From rising interest rates to more balance in the cash buying […]
Most of us in Colorado love winter, but with it brings cold weather, snow, and ice that can wreak havoc on a home. From heat retention and preventing water damage, to retaining maximum resale value of your home, winterizing your residence, especially in Colorado, has never been more important. If an agreement of sale has […]
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The Residential Luxury Report, prepared by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, compares 2016 January – September statistics, to that of 2015, for single family homes and condos priced $1M and above. With an average of over 100,000 people moving to the state annually, Colorado remains one of the fastest growing states, and the luxury home market […]
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