I’ve just calculated the current market conditions snapshot report for my market area, and I’m delighted to report that the craziness continues unabated. It’s getting crazier, in fact.
Bank owned REO was a good niche for me. I understood it from the beginning because I was learning the loan business during the last mortgage crisis in the 1980′s . . . It was a mess, and I had a front-row seat. Nearly 20 years later, that experience naturally lead me to the world of REO brokerage. I got in several years early, so I was ready.
The real estate market is still crazy. Inventory is creeping up slowly — and that’s a good thing — but last month we sold over 50% more properties than we did in February, so we cut deeply into what little inventory we had. Right now, we have less than a five-week supply of homes for sale.
So what is the absorption rate telling us right now? Mostly that the real estate market is crazy right now. Based on the most recent calculations, it will take well less than two months to completely wipe up — to absorb — all the current listings. In Highlands Ranch and Lone Tree, where there are less than 200 active listings, it will take just over a month to sop everything up.
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. . . the state of the current real estate market here in the Denver area. Every single one of those articles and posts tells the story of a strong market that has rebounded strongly.