October 2021 Market Update

Dated: October 14 2021

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The real estate market appears to be showing the typical market slowdown that it does in the Fall. However, we are still experiencing the effects of the pandemic and all that it entails, so nothing is certain. What is certain is that inventory remains low and demand from buyers remains high. This will result in home values moving upward, though likely at a slower pace in the coming years.

In this episode I’ll review the data for the month of September for Boulder, Larimer and Weld Counties. I’ll also show some figures from the national market to show how home sales are trending across the nation.

Questions? Want a copy of my Buyer and Seller Guides? Get in touch, I’m here to help you stay informed so that you can make the best decisions moving forward. Here is a link to my website if you want to search for homes, read my blog and get the latest copy of my Buyer and Seller Guides: https://seangilliam.lokationre.com/

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Sean Gilliam

In todays’ market the consumer can access most information about properties on the internet. This is a helpful advance in equipping prospective home buyers and sellers. However, when it comes to the....

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