Under-contracts this week are again slightly surpassing 2019 Year-over-Year numbers.
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BOULDER COUNTY REAL ESTATE MICRO DATA:
Boulder County Stats 8/23/2020-8/30/2020
THE AGGREGATE MARKET:
This week in Boulder County we saw a solid increase in inventory, up 14 properties from last week, and up 16 units from 2019 year over year.
Under-contracts were up 2 W-o-W, up 9 Y-o-Y.
Price changes are still down significantly. In 2019 we had 81 price changes for this time; last week we had 59.
Inventory and under-contracts show a little bit more of a buyer-friendly market, with a 94% new listing to under contract ratio, with 1.05 months of inventory, a little more balanced than last week.
THE MARKET BY PRICE BAND:
Inventory in the $0-500k market is incredibly low. Now is a great time to bring your property to market in this price range.
We’re seeing the most inventory in the $500-1mm range, with a continued high under-contract rate.
The $1-1.5mm continues to look healthy, with a jump up in inventory and under-contracts.
The luxury market had more inventory and fewer under-contracts in the $2-2.5mm range, with $2.5mm having a 1.25% sell-through rate – good activity in both oareas.
Local Real Estate In A Nutshell
It appears that the usual September secondary market has started a little early this year. We can expect to see good activity for 4-12 more weeks, depending on weather, COVID, election, etc.
Right now is a good time to sell in all bands.
Buyers, in the low market you’ll need to be on your toes as inventory is really tight. Also, you may also want to examine properties that came to market high and have been sitting on the market for a while; they may be receptive to an offer.
Next week we will publish an analysis of luxury inventory in top Boulder locations.
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