BOULDER AREA REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT – JUNE 2019

Dated: 10/23/2019

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What’s Happening in Boulder Real Estate? As we head toward Summer and Boulderites begin to plan Summer adventures, real estate is expected to slow somewhat in the months ahead. This is typical of the season. Recently, we’ve been noticing more price adjustments than before. This is usually an indication of market stabilization – while sellers continue to expect higher prices, buyers are starting to …

Boulder Market Statistics

As we head toward Summer and Boulderites begin to plan Summer adventures, real estate is expected to slow somewhat in the months ahead. This is typical of the season. Recently, we’ve been noticing more price adjustments than before. This is usually an indication of market stabilization – while sellers continue to expect higher prices, buyers are starting to hold the line. Thus list prices get adjusted, usually downward – but not by a lot, and then we have a sale.

A Quick Review of Boulder’s Housing Stats

How long does it take a home to sell in the Boulder area? Well, days on market is up by 16%, from 36 days to 42 days on average. This is an average. Some homes will sell in 3-7 days, others will linger longer.

What does this mean for home buyers in Boulder CO?

buying a home real estate agent and coupleSo, there are more listings these days. 12% more than last year. We also have more sales, currently looking at 6% more homes under contract right now than last year at this time. Dollar volume is up too, by 6% to $293 million in sales in April alone. Not shabby!

What does this mean for home sellers in Boulder CO?


How long does it take a home to sell in the Boulder area? Well, days on market is up by 16%, from 36 days to 42 days on average. This is an average. Some homes will sell in 3-7 days, others will linger longer.

Having said all that, we are still solidly in a sellers’ market with 1.6 months of inventory. Less than 3 months is considered a sellers’ market, 3-6 months is considered a stable market, 6+ months of inventory is indicative of a buyers’ market.

If you’re in the market to sell, give us a call to talk. Because real estate is hyper-local, we will look at your home and hyper-local market to help you determine the best path for you.

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Jason Kay & Trish Giassa

Since 2013 Jason has been honing the skills to provide you with one of the best experiences in selling or buying your home: one that is as smooth and as stress free as possible. Prior to real estate....

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