Colorado Real Estate Micro Market Reports
Quarter 3, 2021
Throughout most of 2021, Colorado’s housing market has managed to maintain its momentum from the real estate surge that took place in 2020. Although inventory remains low, demand for Colorado homes and the lifestyles that they provide has continued to fuel the market and motivate buyers to invest in their dream homes. Buyers looking to purchase a home before the end of the year may benefit from a slight cyclical decrease in showing activity, while sellers still have the advantage of the seasonal decrease in available homes on the market – increasing their odds of selling. Parties on either side of the transaction will enjoy perks of the fall real estate market.
Whether you’re interested in buying or selling a home in Colorado, there are plenty of opportunities to reach your real estate and lifestyle goals. To see how your neighborhood performed, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty provides Micro Market Reports (MMRs), which analyze the Q3 real estate performance in many of Colorado’s most popular markets, including Denver Metro, Boulder Valley, the Foothills, Colorado Springs, South Metro, West Metro, Summit County, Grand County, Telluride, Crested Butte, and the Vail Valley. All MMRs compare activity for single-family and attached dwellings within the residential areas the brokerage serves. .