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Looking at data for the Denver real estate, the market remained relatively quiet month-over-month and compared to 2022. This time last year, interest rates were on a steady incline with August crossing the 5% mark. In response, the real estate market slowed down significantly. A more even playing field year-over-year now makes it easier to compare numbers and not see such drastic differences in price and activity.
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July real estate in the city of Boulder reflected what's typically a slower season for buying and selling. Fewer new listings came on the market and the month ended with inventory remaining relatively flat month-over-month. However, the number of home sales increased while prices decreased, possibly indicating that sellers were motivated to sell.
As the warmth of summer gives way to the crispness of fall, there are easy steps you can take to maintain your yard's curb appeal. Transitioning your exterior spaces from summer to fall not only enhances their beauty but also prepares your home for the upcoming winter.
With summer vacations in full swing and high interest rates persisting, the total number of new real estate listings (both detached and attached) that went on the Denver market in July dropped by 24.8% compared to the same month last year. And 18.5% fewer homes closed as well.
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