Colorado Real Estate Micro Market Reports
Year End, 2021
Looking back at the real estate market’s performance throughout 2021, the strength of the housing market in Colorado is apparent. Both buyers and sellers were able to succeed on their real estate journeys thanks to various factors that influenced the highly productive market last year. Despite low levels of inventory throughout Colorado’s Front Range and mountain communities, many areas still managed to end the year with improvements over 2020. Coming off the heels of the real estate boom in 2020, which was ignited by the pandemic and the sudden need for homes that helped people truly live at home, the continuation of the increased activity in the marketplace is encouraging. As we progress further into the new year, the momentum carried over from 2021 will reinforce the marketplace and help create another great start to the real estate selling season.
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, read LIV Sotheby’s International Realty provides Micro Market Reports (MMRs), which analyze the Year End 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.