Our market is still a little more active than we saw in 2019, with loads of buyers waiting for new inventory.

Weekly Market Update Video

Boulder County Micro Real Estate Data

Boulder County Stats 11/8/2020-11/15/2020


Last week inventory was up year over year (YoY) 7 units and under-contracts were exactly the same as 2019.

Our inventory at this time last year was .96 months, where last week we had .72 months of inventory. So, from an aggregate market perspective, it is a slightly tighter seller’s market this year than last year, but overall very similar.

Every segment of the market demonstrated good buyer demand last week. Healthy market. The market needs more inventory.

Local Real Estate in a Nutshell

Right now the low inventory has a lot of buyers cooling their heels, waiting for the next house in their category to come to market.

Sellers, typically we suggest waiting until the spring market to bring your house to market. There is so little inventory in most segments right now that (depending on what you’re selling) we may recommend coming to market now or before the first of the year, as buyers are on high alert.

If you are looking for buy opportunities, they definitely exist. Call us to learn more about what pockets of strong buyer opportunities exist in our local seller’s market.

National Macro Data

Attached Dwelling Market Bottoms and Is On The Rise

As previously discussed, the attached dwelling market plummeted as a result of buyer desire for space because of COVID.

This has created huge buyer opportunities for people looking ahead. Prices have declined up to 25% in major attached dwelling markets such as San Fransisco and New York.

Since the announcement of the coming COVID vaccines within the past two weeks, lease rates in NYC have picked up by 33%. This and other indicators (such as the National Home Builder Multifamily Vacancy Index) point us toward the attached dwelling market having bottomed and being on the upswing.

Right now is a terrific time to buy in the attached dwelling market before this market recovers, as there are still pockets of high inventory. How long this inventory will last is unclear given the super low (2.5 months according the NAR) overall national inventory.

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