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The most common question I'm asked is, "When is the best time to sell my home?". Here is your answer, spring! Anytime from late February through April is the best time to list your home. Here is why:

Peak Season

The peak of real estate season is usually early summer in Colorado. Many families wait until the end of the school year before listing their home. In late May and early June, there is an influx of homes for sale.

Competition

That good for buyers, but sellers looking to maximize the value of their home are better served when they beat the competition to the market. Right after the winter holidays, serious Buyers start looking at homes for sale online. By February they have a good idea of their price range and desired area.

Get

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What's New?

Life’s one constant? Change. Post-presidential inauguration people are asking “What’s next for the housing market?” Let’s take a look at the what’s happened so far and how experts expect housing markets to react in the next year.

Uncertainty

Much depends on what policies are put into place. For instance:

  • Higher tariffs could increase inflation, keeping interest rates low
  • Limiting migrant workers US entry could raise construction costs 
  • Isolationist policies may push investors into domestic real estate 

Interest Rates

The Fed announced a rate hike in December 2016 and forecasted three more in 2017. Rates are still very low, but every point matters. 

However, rate hikes are unlikely if the Fed sees a

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NOVEMBER: MARKET INSIGHTS, DEALS & EVENTS

Featured Listing: 5890 Woodbourne Hollow Rd, Boulder
$5,495,000 | 6 beds, 6 Baths | 8,677 sqft
Listed by Zach Zeldner and Leyla Steele RE/MAX Alliance on Walnut

Spectacular country estate situated on 5+ acres with huge trees, sprawling lawns and lovely stretch of Four Mile Canyon Creek, abutting acres of Boulder open space, minutes to town but a world apart. Main floor features gleaming walnut floors and William Ohs designed kitchen that is stunning AND functional. Spacious main house, guest cottage, indoor pool/spa, multiple workshops/studios,…
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Photo of Just Listed: 7322 Yucca, Boulder

You're ready to invest in a home. You're pre-qualified and have a nice downpayment, but your offer wasn't accepted on that dream house. This is more common in today's strong real estate market. All is not lost. A strong backup offer can turn the tides and make that house your home.

What is a Backup Offer?

Once a homeowner has accepted an offer, they can accept backup offers if they feel for any reason the deal may fall through. By asking the owner to accept your offer as a backup offer means you are in line to buy the property if the deal fizzles out. Bonus, there is no additional cost to place a backup offer. 

The Pump is Primed

The homeowner has accepted an offer. They are likely preparing to

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Boulder Housing Bubble

Is Boulder real estate experiencing another housing bubble? We asked our experts and here is what they had to say.  

FACT: Denver Metro Home Value Is Soaring

Denver Metro is one of the fortunate areas when home values have seen a steady increase, making it a great place to invest in a home. Home values here have increased 8.4% since May 2014. That's a greater increase than any other metropolitan area. Getting in now means you'll see a greater return on your real estate investment.

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FACT: Boulder's Price Per Square Foot is Growing Fast

Boulder is proving to be an even strong place to invest than Denver. At the beginning of 2015 experts expected steady, moderate growth in home values in Boulder County. In fact that growth has been much

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Boulder Real Estate   Here’s a question in keeping with the arrival of spring and the birth of a new baseball season. What’s the most expensive baseball card ever sold? Is it the Tulowitzki rookie card? Not! You’d have to go back over a hundred years for the card that most expensive baseball cardsold in 2007 at auction for $2.8 million to Ken Kendrick, owner of the Arizona Diamondbacks. It’s the Honus Wagner T206 card produced by the American Tobacco Company between 1909 and 1911.    With that bit of baseball trivia, let’s segue from baseball to real estate and the concept of scarcity. What made the Honus Wagner card so valuable was the fact there were so few cards distributed – only forty to the public. What has made home values increase over the course of the past few years across…
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We've all heard it, location, location, location. Buying real estate may be the biggest financial investment you ever make, so maybe we should be saying investment, investment, investment. When I asked local real estate experts where they thought the next hot spot for real estate investment might be they all had the same answer: Lafayette, Colorado.

Why Invest in Real Estate In Lafayette Colorado?

Lafayette is growing immensely in popularity. Like its neighbor Louisville which saw greater home value growth in 2014 than even Boulder, Lafayette real estate will likely follow the same pattern.  As Louisville and Boulder's subdivision are nearly fully developed, people tend buy in the next closest location. This creates a higher demand which will

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Featured Listing: Inside 2300 75th Street

   Provided by Goodacre and Company If you are anything like me you've driven by this estate wondering what it would be like inside. Well, it's on the market for 7.5 million and you can click here to satisfy your curiosity!    

March Market Insight Boulder County

  We’re into the fourth year of a relatively stable real estate market across the Boulder Valley, Northern Colorado, and the Metro Denver area. Available inventory of homes continues to be…
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We’re into the fourth year of a relatively stable real estate market across the Boulder Valley, Northern Colorado, and the Metro Denver area. Available inventory of homes continues to be an issue, with the current Absorption Rate for single family homes through February/2015 in Boulder County being 134 days. That number will decrease as the area real estate market shifts into a higher gear with the advent of spring and summer. The overall Absorption Rate for 2014 for single family homes in Boulder County was 76 days.

Boulder County sales activity is ahead of last year through February. There have been 328 single family homes sold thus far this year compared to 300 last year; 145 attached units sold this year compared to 124 attached

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