Denver has been rated the fastest selling market in the nation with an average of a mere 25 days on the market. Boulder/Longmont also makes the list ranked #6. The Storck Team has experienced an average of about 10 days on the market for our listings all around the Denver Metro Area including Southeast Aurora, Centennial and Parker. If you want your home sold the fastest for the most money, call on The Storck Team.
Let’s face it, the Denver Metro Real Estate market is pretty crazy lately. Hopes were that quick turn around times on the market and raising sale prices would call out more sellers during the spring and summer season. We are quickly learning that this may not happen to the extent we were hoping for. Are you thinking of selling your home in Parker? Are you relocating to Aurora? Would you like to live in Centennial to be closer to your job in DTC? The Storck Team specializes in relocation for Southeast Denver Metro. We can help you price your home right to get the most money for it, and can help your offer stand above the rest with sellers.
Read this article from The Denver Post regarding market trending in the Denver Metro area.
Many first time home buyers are having a heck of a time in this market with inventories low, Aurora and other surrounding Denver areas are very much included in this. Plus living in today’s recent grad world you most likely have student loan debt, making it hard to save up for your down payment. It is still cheaper to purchase rather than continue to rent, according to experts by an average of 38%.
Read this article for help in how to get there!
The Denver Real Estate Market is moving inventory much more quickly than most metropolitan cities throughout the US. If you are considering selling in Aurora, Parker, Centennial, Denver or surrounding areas now is the time. Call The Storck Team for a free home evaluation.
Read this article from the Denver Post about the Denver Real Estate Market.
Though home prices are projected to grow at a 3 percent to 5 percent appreciation rate, economists at Clear Capital are saying there should be no worries about a housing bubble brewing any time soon. In fact, according to Clear Capital’s Home Data Index, if home appreciation continues at its current pace, prices may not return to peak levels until 2021.