Colorado Association of REALTORS | Boulder County Real Estate Market Likely Stay Stagnant into 2020
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Boulder County Real Estate Market Likely Stay Stagnant into 2020

Dec 13 2019

Boulder County Real Estate Market Likely Stay Stagnant into 2020

“Boulder County’s home prices are stuck in the snow and the wheels are spinning,” Boulder-area Realtor Kelly Moye stated in a Colorado Association of Realtors news release. “It’s like someone just held it in time and nothing changed. I think it’s a trend we are going to see continue, too.”

“Wages aren’t keeping up with home prices in Boulder, so people are going to the outlying areas, like Broomfield, and enjoying Boulder on the weekends,” Moye said. “Boulder likes to think their city is insulated from these market fluctuations, and in a lot of senses, they’re right, because of the university and (the city’s) no growth policies, but they’re not as insulated as they think.”

Read the full Boulder Daily Camera article.

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