Many of our clients ask if we are headed for another housing crash like the one the nation experienced in 2008? Along with most housing economists, I believe Denver home prices are not likely to fall. Here is how this real estate market differs from the last down cycle in Denver.
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While the low inventory of Denver homes for sale remains in the favor of Sellers, buyers today have more than 4 times the number of homes they can choose from compared just 4 months ago. Now, sellers suffer because homes take a little longer to sell. And, showings dropped to less than 5 per week […]
The number of Denver Homes for Sale dropped to a new all-time low. And, inventories are forecast to remain at these record levels though at least June according to Megan Aller, Statistician and Title Officer at First American Home Title. With approximately one million single family homes in the Denver Metro area, less than 800 […]
“Will this Denver real estate market crash? ” That’s the most commonly asked question I am answering for my clients these days. So, I thought’s share my answer with this All Denver Real Estate Blog. I have addressed this question in my writing many times individually. I understand the reason for the question! When […]
Over 4000 Denver Luxury Homes Sold in the Last Year Dr. Lawrence Yun, the chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, has talked recently on how high-end home sales are driving up both median and average home prices more than ever before. But, here in metro Denver, in the last 12 months, 4,224 Denver […]
One of the most common questions we are asked is, “Where are Denver home prices headed? Are we in another dangerous run-up of prices?” Because the Case-Shiller Home Price Index increased 16.6% across the country from May 2020 to May 2021, this is an understandable question. In Denver, we are up 16.2%. That’s in […]
Kentwood real estate brokers now offer their clients a solution to be able to buy a new home before they sell their existing home. Most importantly, these buyers can now can sell their existing home at full market value and not have to qualify for an additional bridge loan. This remarkable innovation, offered by a […]
Home prices in the Denver suburbs are booming. Many homeowners and renters are fleeing from the heart of the city to the Denver suburbs, but why? As we are coming out of a global pandemic, a lot has changed in the past year. Mostly, people have decided they truly need one major amenity – space. […]
Has the Denver real estate market topped out? Is this a Denver housing bubble waiting for a pop? Buyers and Sellers want to know if this market is about to turn on them. Matthew Gardner, Economist with Windemere Economics presented his case today to the Colorado Association of Realtors Spring Leadership Summit. He expects slowly […]
Urban revitalization brings new life and new urban pioneer residents to formerly depressed Denver neighborhoods. Think of The Highlands, RiNo, Five Points and Baker. Could Globeville be next? Globeville in Denver Right now, Globeville is one of the most depressed areas of city. Home values are way below average prices for Denver.