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Front Range Real Estate Market Update, March 22, 2024

Everyone has been asking about “that settlement,” so we think covering it in this week’s market update is essential. They’re asking about the proposed settlement between the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and home sellers. Once the court approves the settlement – likely in June or July – the way homes are bought and sold throughout the country will change. Let’s dive into that in this week’s Market Update.

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Front Range Real Estate Market Update, September 30, 2021

If you’ve bought or sold a home, you know all about comparable properties; often just called “comps .” Comps are properties that have sold recently and are similar in size, location, age, features, and condition. We use comps to determine the ideal asking price for a home we’re marketing. When we represent buyers, we look

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Front Range Real Estate Market Update, November 5, 2020

Market Update, November 5, 2020 Home prices continued to climb in October. The average price for a single-family home sold was $625,100, while the average for attached homes was $393,733. We saw the lowest number of active listings for any October ever, which definitely had an impact on prices. There were just 4,821 homes for sale, almost 2,000

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Thoughts on the Market Last Year and As We Begin 2020

Happy New Year! I hope 2020 is off to a great start for you and your loved ones. The real estate market, as always, is changing! Inventory is scarce. There just aren’t many homes for sale. In fact, we finished 2019 with almost 10% fewer homes to choose from than we had at the beginning

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Thoughts on the Market Now

As we approach 2020, we can look back at the first three quarters of 2019, January through September. During this period, parts of the Metro area saw price growth, but not like last year. In some parts of town, we saw price drops compared to 2018. Last year, only one zip code experienced a year-over-year

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