Even in a sellers market, we have to play by the rules

Even in a sellers market, we have to play by the rules

The real estate market is showing some really small signs of slowing down right now. It’s been crazy, so this slow down really only means that we are moving from a strong sellers’ market to a sellers’ market.

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Is a crazy real estate market the new normal?

I’ve posted a few times in the past several months about how crazy our market is, and every time I hit the “publish” button, it gets crazier. Folks, the trend is continuing.

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This real estate market is crazy!

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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I’m certified!

Short sales are the new norm in real estate (although that’s changing — more on […]

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Real estate market conditions: July 18, 2012

Is it any wonder multiple offers are becoming the topic of the day, and rising prices are starting to be seen across the country?

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Real estate market conditions: June 4, 2012

Real estate market conditions continue to show signs of strength, nationally and locally, although there […]

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Real estate market conditions: May 28, 2012

Real estate market conditions have continued to improve here in the Denver area and around […]

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Real estate market conditions: May 21, 2012

With the interest rates remaining at historic low levels, this truly is just about the best market you’re ever going to find to buy a new home. I urge you to take advantage of it.

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Keeping housing healthy

There is an interesting relationship between a good economy and a healthy housing market. Contrasted to profits from the stock market which tend to be plowed back into other investments, profits from home sales tend to be spent on consumer products that directly benefit the economy.

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Getting back to myself

In my case, I find the greatest sense of purpose by helping folks get into their homes. Working with buyers, especially first-time buyers, is gratifying in ways I cannot begin to describe.

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