Fourth Quarter Kickoff [Fresh Listings, Get 'Em Hot]

--- by Osman Parvez

Heads up. It's bargain season in Boulder real estate. 

The fourth quarter is a great time to look for diamonds in the rough. Sellers who list this time of year are extremely motivated. If a listing has been sitting stale for many months, sellers are much more receptive to a low offer. They're ready to get the deal done. 

Experienced agents know that to get the property sold this time of year, they have to be aggressive on pricing. Historically, my clients always get the best deals in the fourth quarter. 

Of course, there will those who take the wishful thinking approach too. Your Realtor's job is to help you understand the difference. Remember, intelligent real estate decisions are based on deep knowledge of market conditions. 

If you're looking for our review of fresh and a few not so fresh listings (that might be good targets for a low offer), my latest post went out yesterday. Sign up below and you'll also have access to the archive. Each property gets an Osman Score. 

Reviewed properties include the following: 

3135 5th Street
3087 3rd Street
3212 Foundry Place
4585 13th Street Unit D
8003 63rd Street

3880 Orange Ct

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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.