Longmont real estate analysis for your viewing pleasure…
It’s hard to say that I have ever seen a clearer, more consistent trend and seasonal cycle than that of the Longmont detached dwellings! It helps to have bigger data sets for sure.
Longmont has come back from the markets of 2009 and 2010 with a roar. Every season has seen sales volume up from the same time the previous year and steady increase in median home price. Longmont is located conveniently for those that spend time north to Fort Collins or Denver, it’s a short 3 miles or so out to I25 then a speedy drive toward Denver International Airport (DIA) via the tollway. With Boulder just 10 minutes southwest and an abundance of large businesses such as Seagate, Amgen and IBM in the vicinity, Longmont is a great choice for many reasons. Not the least of which is its affordability. Median house prices under $300,000 versus Boulder’s $650,000+ is a compelling argument!
Oh, you have a condo or townhouse instead? (Or maybe you want one this year?)
Here is the Longmont real estate analysis for attached dwellings:
Looks similar to the detached one doesnt it? Yes, Longmont is performing nicely right now. You can expect the market to already be heating up for 2014. In the last year the median price for an attached dwelling has really jumped up. Take another look at the Longmont real estate analysis for attached dwellings… We are talking about more than a 10% increase in median house price.
If you are like the handful of Longmont clients I have waiting in the wings right now, you are biding your time over the winter, eagerly anticipating spring and summer and the increased inventory. Sellers, we need you! Perhaps you have the perfect home for one of my Buyers? I have folks shopping for property between $150,00 (fixers are just fine of course) and $750,000+ (ready to go and preferably low maintenance).
Now is the time for you to be thinking about listing. To make the most of the busy second and third quarters of the year, we should be formulating a Longmont real estate analysis specific to your area and property. We should be going over your Seller checklist, getting documents ready, anticipating buyer objections and discussing negotiation strategies and priorities.
There is nothing like being prepared, when it comes to maximizing sale price and lowering stress and days to offer!