The Denver housing market continues to astound buyers, sellers and Denver Realtors alike. Denver home sales soared two record levels, rebounding from April’s lower sales due to Covid 19 lock-downs. The number of homes placed Under Contract/Pending in May 2020 surpassed both April and May 2019. Simultaneously, the number of homes for sale actually declined. […]
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The Denver real estate market is recovering the slow-down in sales and homes listed for sale. Since in-person showings resumed on April 27, both sales and the number of listing offered for sale have increased. And, of course showing blew through previous records.
Should I apply for forbearance or deferment? With many people losing their jobs due to the global pandemic lenders are offering forbearance and deferment on their mortgage loans. This is not free money. Therefore, if you can make your mortgage payment, I strongly encourage you to do so. That’s because each lender is different in […]
Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced this week that Denver real estate brokers will resume in-person showings next Monday. Previously, real estate services were deemed an “essential service” but showings were expressly prohibited for the last two weeks. That brought the market to near collapse. Now the question remains. Will the Denver real estate Market rebound […]
The Corona Virus, Covid 19, has finally begun to impact the Denver ral estate market. Last week, Colorado Governor Polis clarified his Executive Order declaring real estate services as “essential” and an exception to the “Stay At Home” requirements. As a result, we had been busy showing and selling homes for the first few days […]
(Welcome Sean Willox to the ADRE Blog! Sean and his wife work closely with Dennis and Dawn Martin at Coldwell Banker in Littleon, Colorado. Email him at email@example.com) The Corona virus situation has engulfed us all right now including those of us selling Denver real estate. Seems like every time we think we have something […]
Today, it finally happened. I’ve been expecting this question about the corona virus effects in the Denver real estate market for a while. And, this question was posed by out-of-town relocation buyers who were planning a house hunting trip in two weeks. they worried that the trip might not be fruitful. “Will we even be […]
Statistics in real estate can show when a good opportunity exists for either a buyer or seller. I am, not very good at statistics but my friend Sean Willcox has been working on this article and it really shows what is happening in our Denver real estate market. Sean is a Broker Associate here in […]
Potential home buyers just cannot find enough selection of Denver homes for sale. Realtors have bemoaned that single reality for over 7 years now. What’s worse? Every home that sells fetches a higher price that the last similar home that sold. When the sheer number of single homes for sale started to build going into […]
Megan Aller, statistician with First American Title, explains that the recent slow-down of Denver home sales is not indicating a “bubble” that is about to burst. Instead, Megan sees seasonal fluctuations in line with previous years. In addition, those fluctuations create opportunities for buyers.