Colorado Economy

Colorado Economy The Biggest Risk in Front Range Real Estate In today’s world, the biggest risk in Front Range real estate for buyers is to wait! Eric Thompson from Windermere Local shares some insight below as to why this is and what it means for buyers across the Front Range: Why Waiting Isn’t a Good Idea Thinking back to 2008-10, we can learn a lot […]
Colorado Economy Calculated Risk The economic research blog called “Calculated Risk” just completed a fascinating study on home prices. Specifically, they looked at the correlation between home price growth and inventory. They used price data from the Case-Shiller Home Price Index and inventory data from the National Association of Realtors. No surprise, they found that the lower the inventory […]
Colorado Economy What the Experts Say Speaking of experts, it’s time to tell you that our annual Real Estate Market Forecast with our own Chief Economist Matthew Gardner will be January 14th from 11:30 to 1:00.  Be sure to join live so you can engage with the Q & A.  You can register for the online event at www.ColoradoForecast.com Here’s what […]
Colorado Economy A Little Perspective Here’s a little perspective on the inventory of homes for sale in today’s market… First we’ll look at Metro Denver: The average number of residential listings for sale at this time of year is 15,577 The highest-ever for this time of year is 29,722 which occurred in 2006 The number of listings right now is […]
Colorado Economy Grateful For Here’s something to be grateful for… Colorado’s healthy real estate market! The research continues to show that there is no better place to own real estate over the long term than right here in our own backyard. The Federal Housing Finance Authority tracks real estate prices in close to 300 markets across the Country. We […]
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