What’s the outlook of the housing market in Boulder County? If we continue with the low inventory of homes on the market and low interest rates, prices will continue to climb even in the traditionally slow months of November, December and January.
If you’ve been on the search for housing, you’ve probably noticed that the market is incredibly competitive for both renters and buyers. As a result, the restrictions put in place earlier this year have been lifted in an effort to give a boost to the dwindling housing supply across the country.
WK Real Estate has announced the addition of their newest team, the Barry Remington Team to its Boulder office.
Whether you live here, are considering moving here, would like to purchase a property for your child attending CU-Boulder, or want to invest in college rental properties, take note: CU-Boulder just landed the No. 42 spot in the top 50 public institutions in the U.S.
2021 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Colorado Association of Realtors (CAR).
What’s up with the real estate market? In Boulder County prices for single family homes are up 12 percent since last September, but down compared to August 2021.
According to Realtor.com®’s annual Halloween survey, ghostly happenings and nightmarish neighbors are all fair game if it means being able to afford their dream home in the current market.
Several years ago, Kristine Chadwick and her family were trying to buy a house in Eugene, Oregon. The market was competitive, so her agent suggested she write a letter to the seller, describing her husband, three kids, two dogs and one cat, and why she wanted to raise her family in the house. Hers was not the highest bid, but she got the house anyway.
The letter worked.
The racial gap in home appraisals is a real phenomenon, one that sabotages the wealth-building power of homeownership in Black and Latino neighborhoods…
WK Real Estate has announced the addition of the newest Broker Associate, Kelly Myers to its Longmont office.
Compass, the real estate technology company, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire First Alliance Title LLC, a leading title company serving the Denver metro area.
What’s going on with the Boulder County real estate market?
RE/MAX of Boulder welcomes Melissa Miller-Kluck to its Boulder office.
Markel Homes is selective about what goes inside the homes they build in Boulder County but also what’s outside – this practice can be narrowed down to three words – design, sustainability and diversity.
Many American homeowners are passing up a prime opportunity to lower their interest rates and cut their monthly payments by refinancing their loans, according to a new Bankrate survey.
Defying predictions that the iBuying concept wouldn’t work in an intense seller’s market, this new breed of homebuyers has ramped up property acquisitions to record levels.
The number of Americans living in a household with three or more generations increased nearly threefold over the past decade, according to a recently released study from Generations United, Family Matters: Multigenerational Living is on the Rise and Here to Stay.
Colorado businesses are primed for growth, as now halfway through 2021 signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic are strong, according a new quarterly economic report.
U.S. home prices rose the most on record in the second quarter as buyers battled for a scarcity of listings.
To help buyers navigate this ever-changing housing landscape, premier boutique real estate agency LUX. Denver announced their new division, LUX. Front Range.
The Boulder County real estate market continues to sizzle with prices of single family homes (SFR) up an average of 34 percent compared to June 2020.
For Kelly, pursuing real estate and working with RE/MAX of Boulder is a new and exciting way to participate in the local community.
Markel Homes selected to Receive a 2021 USGBC Leadership Award for Outstanding Commitment to Advancing Green Building
If there’s one group poised to sell their home, it’s the boomer generation – those aged 57 to 75 years old. And in today’s hot market and high prices, this group is cashing in.