I’ve been getting lots of questions lately about the national real estate market cool-down. People are wondering how it will impact Denver, if their house is worth more or less now than it was before, and what will happen in the coming years.
By David Schlichter
So where does that leave us? Whereas the start of the year was the hottest real estate market in Denver’s history, now represents a real opportunity for buyers who finally have more homes to choose from and don’t have to compete in a bidding war for nearly every property. It also is an opportunity for sellers who can still capture much of the tremendous equity gains they have earned over the last decade while having an easier time finding a replacement home.
And if you're concerned about the higher interest rates, our advice is to "date the rate, and marry the home." What do we mean by that? Rates go up and they go down. If they go up, buying now means you got a better rate. If rates go down, you likely can refinance. Focus less on your interest rate and more on finding a home you love!
If you ever have a real estate need, I would love to personally be of service to you--not just as a real estate expert, but as someone who lives in and is invested in the neighborhood. Please be in touch today if there is anything I can do to be helpful to you.