September produced a seasonal slowdown, however indicators point to above-normal numbers of active listings.
According to the DMAR Market Trends Committee, these indicators combined with homebuyers anxious to lock-down low-interest rates could make for a hot real estate market heading into the fall.
“The beginning of fall typically ushers in two things - the Rockies being officially eliminated from post-season play, and the number of homes sold in the Denver real estate market tapering off after a blistering hot summer,” said Anthony Rael, Chairman of the DMAR Market Trends Committee and Denver real estate agent. “Having said that, this fall could still shape up to be the hottest home market in the last decade."
As the DMAR Market Trends…