Boulder County – Mid-Year 2019
Walking along brick-lined Pearl Street, enjoying the acclaimed 300 days of sunshine, or meeting like-minded adventurers – Boulder County offers an unbeatable lifestyle for many. With the close accessibility to nature as well as the charming feel of a tight-knit community, Boulder County is often an attractive location for real estate investments.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty produces a Micro Market Report focused on Boulder County and each of the unique neighborhoods within it. Overall, Boulder County is once again proving to be an active market for real estate with the biggest increase for all of Boulder County being a 10.1% increase in the number of new listings. In 2018 there were 3,457 new listings January through June, and for 2019 the report shows 3,805 during January through June.
Looking at the different neighborhoods of Boulder County, there are some significant increases including a notable 46.4% increase in average price for the Foothills Communities, raising the average price to $892,943 in 2019 from $610,071 in 2018. While many areas reported increases in average price, which is good news for sellers, many areas also showed an increase in average days on market, which is good news for buyers. The increase in average days on market allows for more time for buyers to make real estate decisions.
Buyers and sellers can both benefit this year from their real estate investments in Boulder County. This highly desired community is once again drawing interest, for those wanting to live the raved-about Boulder lifestyle.
This Colorado Micro Market Report Includes real estate data statistics for the following neighborhoods (single family, unless otherwise indicated): Central Boulder, East Boulder, Gunbarrel, Mapleton Hill, Newlands, Niwot, Northeast Boulder, Northwest Boulder, South Boulder, Southeast Boulder, Southwest Boulder.