One of the most stressful parts of purchasing a new house is competing with other prospective buyers. Many home buyers deliberately avoid the buying season that begins in March, waiting for the cooler fall weather of September to embark on a search. Lower temperatures can mean less competition among buyers, a trend that has been consistent from 2013 to 2018.
The Colorado residential real estate market has enjoyed a resurgence since the Great Recession that occurred from 2008 to 2009. While a great deal of coverage has documented the comeback nationwide, the Centennial State’s commercial properties continued to thrive due to the following:
The moment a consumer puts their house on the market, they want it sold. The process is complex and arduous. Sprucing up the home with repairs, repainting and even remodeling is time-consuming and expensive. As much as a homeowner wants to move, the uphill climb they face has many deciding to stay where they are.
In the parlance of social media times, Denver is trending as a destination to put down roots. Popularity with millennials has made the Mile-High City a fashionable place to reside.
A city booming with employment prospects and rising real estate values should be something a city should celebrate, and others should envy. For Denver residents, specifically soon-to-be or existing homeowners, the rewards of this significant growth may be overshadowed by the risks.
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Realtor.com’s May list of the hottest housing markets nationally featured well-known cities such as Boston, Rochester (New York) and Fort Wayne. Residing in the number 10 slot was a surprising upstart.
Denver remains one of the fastest growing cities, ranking fifth in a 2018 WalletHub survey. With more people looking to reside in the Mile-High City, sellers have enjoyed the advantage in the local real estate market. However, certain factors are resulting in Denver turning the corner towards a more buyer-friendly market.
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