HIGH LOCAL BUYER DEMAND; NATIONAL MARKETS BALANCING


Friends,
Last week our market continued with high buyer demand and low seller inventory. Nationally, we’re seeing a resurgence in confidence in higher density living.


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Boulder County Micro Real Estate Data


Boulder County Stats 11/20/2020-11/27/2020


THE AGGREGATE MARKET
Buyer demand continues, as reflected in last week’s 164% sell-through rate. This number reflects that while 54 new properties came to market, 89 went under contract, tightening supply to .53 months of inventory. This is the lowest inventory that we’ve seen in years.



THE MARKET BY PRICE BAND
When we look at the price bands over the last three weeks, we see healthy activity at every level. To note, last week had enormous activity in the $2.5mm+ market, with only one house coming to market and 6 going under contract. Luxury buyers are still circulating, waiting for the right properties to come up.



Local Real Estate in a Nutshell


Buyers, note that while inventory is low, there are still sellers who have not listened to market feedback that their property is overpriced and who have kept their pricing higher than the market is willing to bear. You may be able to find a great buy in a house which has been sitting on the market for a while.

Sellers, in most categories it would be smart to come to market now. With so little inventory, you will get tons of eyes on your property with little competition.


National Macro Data


Rural and Small Town Interest Up, City Interest Continues to Grow


As mentioned in last week’s video, interest in cities is continuing to grow from its stagnant or declining previous positions.

Concurrently, rural areas and small towns saw enormous year over year increases in buyer interest. We are starting to see those numbers decline a little bit as consumers switch to thinking that cities are viable options again.



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