Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Forecast: Bidding Wars Ahead? [Analyze This]

by Osman Parvez
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Anxious for accurate market data? Check this out.


You're looking at the last few years of Boulder real estate appreciation - the change in median sale value for houses, attached dwellings, and the Martin Acres Index are broken out.   Show me a better performing asset class with easy access to financing, a high percentage of leverage, preferred tax treatment, and where you can host a dinner party. 

Houses posted three solid years of gains in Boulder.   Condos out performed in 2012 but trailed houses in 2013 before gaining some ground in 2014.    The benchmark MAI saw strong gain in 2012, was relatively flat in 2013, and then screamed ahead in 2014. 

As I tell my clients, the best investment doesn't necessarily equal a great living situation for you and your family.   There's more to property selection than analyzing investment performance, but it should never, ever be ignored when diving into a real estate acquisition.   
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By the way, this is just a teaser.  The new client research report will be issued this week.   It includes a detailed analysis of market conditions for houses and attached dwellings.  It also digs deep into the MAI, negotiated discounts, absorption rates, our 2015 forecast, and more.      Click below to sign up.

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