Colorado Association of REALTORS | Denver Post: As Market Reawakens Following Shutdown, Low-end Properties Turn Red Hot, While Upper End Buyers Search for Elbow Room
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Denver Post: As Market Reawakens Following Shutdown, Low-end Properties Turn Red Hot, While Upper End Buyers Search for Elbow Room

Jun 10 2020

Denver Post: As Market Reawakens Following Shutdown, Low-end Properties Turn Red Hot, While Upper End Buyers Search for Elbow Room

“The price range from zero to $400,000 is on fire, as hot as it can get,” says Matt Leprino, spokesperson for the Colorado Association of REALTORS.

“In a normal year the market spikes in March and April and you see a peak in May, then less into summer,” Leprino said. When back-to-school approaches the fall-off is very demonstrable. “Usually you don’t want to be on market in suburban areas in August, but that may be okay this year.”

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