The city of Boulder holds a unique space within Boulder County — the market in Boulder remained steady and even saw some growth from 2006 to 2012 while other markets struggled. In the last three years, prices of Boulder homes have risen by a whopping 42%. Boulder became a hot news topic this week as the average price of a 4 bedroom home in Boulder hit $1 million, putting Boulder in the top 1% of the country’s real estate markets.
Boulder County is made up of several distinct housing markets, each market growing and changing at it’s own rate. Superior has proven very competitive in the Boulder County market, with low inventories and average home prices rising by 35%. To view Superior’s growth over the last 5 years, click here.
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The Superior real estate market remains strong. Scroll down for detailed October market reports including sold listings, average days on market and current homes for sale in Superior.
If you’re curious about the current value of your home, I can provide you with a comparative market analysis at no cost or obligation. Call me at 720-373-9297 or reach me by email at email@example.com.
Market Activity in Superior in October 2015
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Ever wonder how accurate those Zillow Zestimates really are? Below you will find real homes sold in Superior last month compared to their Zillow Zestimates. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for more information on the accuracy of Zillow Zestimates.
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October 2015 Superior Zillow Zestimates vs. Sold Prices
Single Family Homes
Condos and Townhomes
Are Zestimates accurate?
Zillow is the most popular online real estate information site, with over 70 million unique visitors per month. Zillow provides information on houses that are not on the market as well as active listings of properties for sale.
According to Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, Zillow Zestimates are “a good starting point” but nationwide Zestimates have a “median error rate” of about +/- 8%. On a $500,000 house, a seller is looking at a $40,000 disparity — which can potentially distort the perceived market value of a listing.
So what’s the takeaway? When buying and selling, keep in mind that Zestimates are no more than starting points in pricing discussions with the real authorities on local real estate values — experienced agents and appraisers.
If you’re curious about the current value of your home, I can provide you with a comparative market analysis at no cost or obligation. Call Barry Remington at 720.373.9297 or reach me by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: LA Times article “Inaccurate Zillow ‘Zestimates’ a source of conflict over home prices”