Denver Single Family Home Inventory Drops

Ending in November the overall Denver area inventory continues to drop.

The decrease in inventory in part is seasonal. This time of year it is very normal to have homeowners take their homes off the market or wait until spring. For buyers, it’s frustrating to have less inventory. Most buyers would prefer to have more to choose from.

The reality is if you are an owner wanting to sell, now would be a good time to put your home on the market. With the lessening of inventory it is easier to stand out.

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Hi, I'm Kristal Kraft, the resident blogger here, posting real estate and Metro Denver area information since 2003! You will find me writing about things I feel are important in the home buying process. When it comes to buying and selling homes, there's so much to know. I enjoy providing that information to my clients so they can make decisions based on knowledge and actual fact. You'll find I'm more of a teacher than a salesperson. My services include: residential property sales, purchases, 1031 Exchanges, new home purchases, REO, foreclosures, short sales. So if you are in the market to buy or sell Denver real estate, tap into my knowledge, just call me. I welcome your call!

3 thoughts on “Denver Single Family Home Inventory Drops

  1. Mack Perry

    The declining inventory that is a sure sign that the Denver market is on it’s way toward recovery. Many times I have sellers tell me that they don’t want to have their home on the market during the holidays. After explaining to them that with fewer homes on the market at this time of year they are actually in a better position, The Law of Supply and Demand. Sure the home has some additional clutter due to the holidays but guess what, you can just think of it as “Happy Clutter”. Show prospective buyers that your home is a happy festive home and they just may picture themselves in it for next years holiday season and reward you with a contract.

  2. Kristal Kraft, Denver Realtor

    Eric ~ We sell houses all year long, but the most activity happens in the spring. Of course our summers aren’t as warm as yours so I can see why your buyers might stay inside to keep cool.

    Mack ~ I think Christmas Happy Clutter is a good name for it. I find buyers looking this time of year are very serious and should be taken as such. December is usually a very good sales month for me. Hope you experience the same!

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