While under-contracts are still well above 2019 numbers, momentum slowed (likely) in anticipation of governmental transition.
But before we get to the data, our new Community Connection Series…
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BOULDER COUNTY MICRO REAL ESTATE DATA
Boulder County Stats 10/25/2020-11/01/2020
THE AGGREGATE MARKET:
For some perspective, two weeks ago our numbers were unbelievable, with under-contracts 86% above 2019 Year over Year (YoY). Last week under-contracts were still 24% above 2020 YoY. New listings were up only 4 units over 2019. Inventory is as thin as we’ve seen it this year, with .72 months of inventory. Keep in mind that a balanced market is 5-6 months of inventory. Sellers know inventory is thin, and we’re seeing very few price changes at this time.
THE MARKET BY PRICE BAND:
The lower end of the market continues to perform super well. Let’s look at the higher end of the market in a three-week chunk. Viewed this way, we’re seeing continuing new inventory and under-contracts. We’re continuing to seeing a lot of consistency in price band performance right now.
LOCAL REAL ESTATE IN A NUTSHELL:
Typically new listings are slow this time of year.Incredibly tight inventory suggests that now may be a good time to bring new properties to market.
Sellers, if you’re considering coming to market this spring and you’re ready now, this inventory-starved market may be a good time to jump in. There are some isolated buyers’ markets still, so let’s be sure that your property wouldn’t fall into that range before moving forward.
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