The housing market is showing signs of confusion since many people are finding themselves looking for jobs in a system that is always trying to rebound from recession.
Some sellers who can afford to do so have taken their properties off the market hoping to see a rebound in the economy, which will encourage qualified buyers to look at their properties. Like people in Boulder and in the vicinity of Boulder, many people are playing the waiting game hoping to see a better time to sell. If a seller can afford to wait, it is always the better choice than accepting whatever offers comes along just to make a sell.
In Boulder, there are signs that fewer people are buying homes. That statistic is causing some concern among real estate professionals since they see a steady improvement in economic conditions in Boulder. However, like sellers who can afford to wait, real estate professionals are hoping that the improved financial conditions of residents of Boulder will eventually lead to their coming out to buy new homes.
What is improving in Boulder aside from the housing market is the sell of investment properties. While homes, condominiums and townhouses are not being sold at a level that makes it profitable for real estate professionals, investment properties are soaring in sales in Boulder.