Understanding the market and local economy is a critical piece to real estate success for both buyers and sellers. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to provide various reports as detailed resources for consumers to make informed decisions about their financial future.
The 2020 Economic Update provides a focus on confidence and capital, expanding on critical components for continued economic growth, written by Steven Kirby, Executive Vice President, Financial Officer for LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty just released Year End 2019 Micro Market Reports (MMRs), analyzing the real estate market for Denver Metro, Boulder County, the Foothills, Summit County, Telluride, Crested Butte, and the Vail Valley. January through December of 2019 demonstrated a healthy real estate market, with positive results shown for each of the areas, with each city and neighborhood presenting different levels of demand. Each of the MMRs compares January through December 2019 results to the same time frame of 2018, for single-family homes and attached dwellings in the residential areas the brokerage serves.
The luxury real estate market doesn’t always behave in the same way that the rest of the housing market does. Market trends can vary for homes at higher price points, making it crucial for buyers and sellers to understand both the lifestyle preferences of the luxury homebuyers and the climate of the marketplace. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty produces a Year End Residential Luxury Report, comparing January through December 2019 statistics to the same time frame of 2018, to help buyers and sellers get a better picture of the state of the housing market in Colorado. Analyzing the luxury market for Colorado’s diverse neighborhoods, the statistics in this report show performance for single family homes and condos in areas the brokerage serves.
The Resort Report is a helpful resource for consumers interested in the high-demand resort markets of Colorado and beyond. The Resort Report analyzes data from 12 prominent resort areas throughout the western half of the United States, looking at the areas’ performance and what makes each one unique.