In the city of Boulder, the real estate market continues to be incredibly competitive. There was an inventory bump with 135 new listings to start the month. We also ended April with 100 homes still for sale—an entire month's supply of inventory—and we haven't seen that in a hot minute.
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If you own your home and are aware of what’s going on in the real estate market across the country, you know that a lack of homes for sale has driven up prices for buyers—and equity gains for owners like you. This opens the possibility of using that equity to finance tuition.
Another 6,881 new listings (attached and detached) came on the Denver real estate market in April. Added to the 2,221 active listings still available at the close of March, buyers had a pool of over 9,000 homes to choose from last month.
Buyers in the city of Boulder caught a slight break in March with 108 single-family homes coming on the market. While that might not seem like a lot, that number was 68 in February, 67 in January, and an underwhelming 27 in December of 2021. Along with more inventory, days on market increased slightly month-over-month. Still, the competition to buy a home remains.
While today's real estate market undoubtedly favors sellers, there are still homes that linger. Some are in need of a major renovation while others simply missed the mark due to photos that didn't drive buyers to open houses or showings.
Buyers caught a break in March with 6,020 new listings (attached and detached) coming on the market. Compared to February, that's a 43.6% increase—it's also 5.5% higher than a year ago.
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