Boulder Real Estate Market Research [Get it Fresh!]

by Osman Parvez

Want the skinny on Boulder real estate market conditions?    It turns out that the floods in September DID have an impact.  

Ready?  It's not what you expect...

Oh, I'm such a tease. 

Look - if you're a regular reader of this blog, you know that I provide the best research on Boulder real estate market conditions available.    It's probably why you're here.   There are nearly 1,500 articles published on real estate conditions on this blog, dating back to 2005.  

See, the thing is that my research is for clients and prospective clients, first and foremost.  I take the time to do the analysis because it helps my buyers and sellers make better real estate decisions

My latest research report covers Boulder, Louisville, Erie, Longmont, Lafayette, and Superior.   It includes a detailed analysis of current and historical inventory, sales volume, days on market, and absorption.  To spice it up, I include notable sales and tales from the trenches.  

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Please Note

This document contains forward-looking statements. You are strongly cautioned that investment results are subject to business, economic and other uncertainties. There are no guarantees associated with any forecast and the opinions stated here are subject to change at any time. Always consult your financial advisor before making an investment decision.