Should you Sell your High-End Home in Steamboat Springs?

May 10th, 2010

Should you Sell your High-End Home in Steamboat Springs

First off, to briefly summarize the Steamboat Springs Real Estate market, things are getting better. Now there are many variables, some helping the market and other hindering the market. But overall, we’re going on 5 straight months of increased activity. That’s in increase in sales, pending sales, and showings. I feel this is largely due to an increase in consumer confidence. And with earning increasing, stocks increasing, and lowered real estate prices, this has fueled an increase in high-end transactions.

Here’s a great video on national high-end activity:

Click here to watch short video on real estate

Another couple specific Steamboat transactions of interest are these:

Click here to view Anglers SOLD  This home sold a month ago. High-end new home in a great location. Cash buyer.

Click here to view PENDING home  This home went under contract last week. Newer home with great views.

And below is a large list of recent activities for Steamboat.

Click here to view recent activity.

By no means are we even close to nearing the end of this recession. Even the unemployment and jobs report continue to show limited signs of improvements. That said, this little surge in real estate transactions is real.  It’s also evident that these buyers are purchasing based on emotion and not solely based on the investment. And this is a healthy trend in real estate.

For more on this topic or questions regarding real estate in Steamboat Springs, feel free to call Charlie at 970-846-6435 or write me an email at: charlie@steamboatsmyhome.com. I will answer your post or email promptly with candid and informed answers. Click here to view all properties in Steamboat Springs in “real time”

This is one of the few real estate sites showing all foreclosed and all short sale listings in real time and updated every few minutes.

Thanks,

 

Charlie

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