Real estate sales in metro Denver are typically slow this time of year. The frenzied pace of the fall market starts to wind down as we approach the holidays, and usually stays slow for a few months. It’s cold. There’s snow to deal with. The market goes quiet, with fewer buyers and not many new listings.
Not so in Solterra.
Solterra is a unique community in a lot of ways, including our sales activity. Despite the cold and the snow we’ve had this month, sales in our neighborhood picked up after the holidays. Some great new properties came on the market in January and sold.
If you’re thinking about moving, I recommend putting your Solterra house into play this month, before new listings flood the market come spring. Homes that have been on for several weeks have gone stale. A new listing gets attention this time of year.
Timing in life is everything. Real estate is no exception. Give me a call (303-898-4572). I’d love to share my experience and wisdom about the Solterra sales cycle. We’ll see activity pick up in February-March as the market prepares for the onslaught of spring listings throughout metro Denver. My advice? Get in now, ahead of the pack.