This seems to be a very popular question, especially in the Denver metro market. A great Realtor can guide you on the way to this decision, but ultimately it's up to you. Here's a great
Denvers Economic Growth Rate Is Highest In Nation
Colorado leads the nation for home gains; Denver's growth is even faster --
Per the Denver Business Journal (March 2015) Colorado's home sales prices grew 9.1% in January from a year earlier but Denver was 10%. The national average is only 5.7%.
Realtor.com's third fastest growth region in 2015 is Denver-Aurora-Broomfield
Homes in Denver metro area gained $26 billion in total value in 2014 - a 9.5% increase from last year.
Colorado is expected to gain 61,300 jobs in 2015 ranking in the top 10 states in the country for job growth.
No matter how you cut it, Denver's real estate market is hot and a challenge for buyers. Lack of inventory is presenting significant challenges whether you are on the buy side or
the sell side. It is a wise choice to work with a realtor and a good lender to assist with the process.
If you are thinking of selling, feel free to contact me for a free market analysis.
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