2018 Real Estate Update

Hello everyone and thanks for coming to my website!  I have been meaning to update this but life marches on, and things get busy quick!

2017 was a great year of learning and helping my real estate clients be able to achieve their goals.  I got some great feedback from clients this year!

Caleb was an amazing person to have on my team while looking to buy our new home. He was very attentive and almost ALWAYS available via phone, text or email. Very quick to respond to any and every inquiry I had during the process. He is very knowledgeable about the process and has many mentors  surrounding him to answer any questions he didn’t immediately have an answer for. In my case the sellers agreed to have a new furnace, water heater and roof installed on the house which Caleb personally oversaw from beginning to end. No doubt he will be my Real Estate guy for all my home buying and selling ventures in the future.  – Joe, buyer, Colorado Springs


Caleb was incredibly patient and knowledgeable with my unique situation. My tight budget and specific location did not make for an easy find. Caleb worked diligently to help me find the perfect house, in my location, and in my budget. He listened to my needs and wants in a house and narrowed our  search to only relevant possibilities. Thank you for all your hard work! – Kara, buyer, Aurora CO

Are you looking for a real estate agent in Colorado for 2018?  I’d love the chance to get to talk to you.  If you’re looking to buy or sell in the Denver metro area, give me a shout and let’s see how I can help you!

2018 Colorado Real Estate Market Outlook

2017 was a pretty wild year for real estate in the Centennial state.  Are prices going to continue to skyrocket?  Here are some interesting insights.

The market is still remaining red hot for homes and condo units under the $400k mark, and the lack of affordable housing will result in these houses continuing to be a very competitive market.   Appreciation will continue but many are predicting the rate to slow (it had been 15% in the past)   For more reading check out this COBizMag article on the subject.   There is also a recent article out of the Denver Post – the supply of for sale housing in the Denver Metro is at its all time low, “with home pricing outpacing wages 2 to 1”

Overall, while Denver remains a very hot market, I think we’re going to start to see things cool off slowly in terms of competitiveness and rate of growth.  If you’re in the market for a home over the $500k mark,  you will find a lot more options than if you were buying in at the first time level of $200-300k.

I’m looking forward to helping a bunch of clients this year, so if you’d like to be one of them give me a call today!

Best and have a great 2018!