The recent BUZZ about local Real Estate Statistics of late is how prices have leveled off and are almost at the same point they were a year ago. As inventory rises, the market normally softens - but does it always? And if the market is softening, why are there still multiple offer situations on some properties? The answer is -- Because it depends on the price point. The lower-priced home inventory is still quite scarce, and multiple offers still occur quite often. The increase in inventory we have been hearing about is mostly the higher-priced homes, and these are harder to sell (starting at $600K - $1million+, depending on the town). Be sure to check out the monthly statistics as we enter some changing times. Click here to see May's Top 10 Vital Statistics.
Moving help: How to relocate without losing your mind
This article from the Washington Post explains what you need to consider when choosing a moving company. It also gives you access to Checkbook’s ratings of area moving companies free through June 25 by visiting the website at the bottom of the article.
Great Remodeling Choices 101: How to Choose a Contractor
Choosing the right contractor for a home remodeling project can either make or break your plans. In this article from Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine they give you a realistic and easy to follow guide to choosing the right contractor.
Boulder County affordable housing projects awarded $8 million in tax credits
Of the $25 million awarded statewide by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, $8.3 million will help fund 120 affordable units in Boulder and 73 affordable units in Longmont. In this article from the Daily Camera they explain the innovations and new ideas that allowed these projects to win the tax credits.