Real Estate in the Coming Months

Real Estate in the Coming Months

As COVID-19 transforms daily routines, people are concerned an economic slowdown, which may affect the housing market, is on the horizon.

Single women buy more homes than single men

Single women buy more homes than single men

The fact is this: single women buy more homes than single men. The statistic holds true of much of the U.S., according to two recent reports by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and LendingTree.

The Changing State of Colorado Front Range Housing

The Changing State of Colorado Front Range Housing

For those paying attention to real estate in Colorado, it’s no surprise that the housing market continues to evolve. We sat down with David Sinkey, President and Founder of Louisville’s award-winning homebuilder, Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, to get a local perspective on Front Range housing.

Millennials willing to compromise more to buy a home

Millennials willing to compromise more to buy a home

Young buyers are willing to make more sacrifices to buy a home – like drawing from retirement savings, delaying starting a family and living in lower-cost or faraway neighborhoods for the chance to build equity, according to a new study.

U.S. housing market short 3.8 million new homes

An analysis released today by Realtor.com® found that the 5.9 million single family homes that were built between 2012 and 2019 are simply not enough to offset the 9.8 million new households formed during that time.

Three Colorado Cities Named Top Boomtowns

Three Colorado Cities Named Top Boomtowns

Longmont is the No. 1 “boomtown” in the nation, bolstered by strong population, housing and job growth, according to a study of 500 U.S. cities by SmartAsset.com. Longmont led the pack of three Colorado cities in the study’s top 10. Greeley and Denver, ranked Nos. 5 and 7 respectively, round out the list.

Statistics and trends from Chief Economist Dr. Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors®

Statistics and trends from Chief Economist Dr. Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors®

Each year, Realtors® attending the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) conference learn about up-to-the-minute real estate trends and analysis to help serve their clients with a high level of knowledge and professionalism. A highlight at this year’s conference in San Francisco was NAR Chief Economist and Senior VP of Research Dr. Lawrence Yun who presents his annual report and predictions for the year ahead.

Americans near 50, not 30, are buying homes, Deutsche Bank says

The vision underpinning the American dream – of fresh-faced young people buying a first home with a white-picket fence – hasn’t held up well. It turns out that the median age of the U.S. home buyer is now 47, compared with 31 in 1981, Deutsche Bank chief economist Torsten Slok wrote in a note.

Colorado, Boulder County economy expected to slow, but still grow in 2020

While economic growth slowed throughout Colorado in 2019, according to the Leeds School of Business’ 55th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook 2020 released on Monday, the state, and Boulder County, in particular, are expected to continue to outperform much of the rest of the country.