Source: Denver Post —
For the last year, the narrative surrounding Denver Metro’s real estate market has told a story of strength, resilience, and intensifying demand. While all of that continues to ring true, as society makes its return to a state of “normal,” shifts in consumer behavior are creating more opportunities for both buyers and sellers to find success in the Denver Metro market.
Historically, the Denver Metro market has seen a slight slowdown in showing activity toward the end of the summer. However, this year the decrease has arrived early now that consumers can finally get out, take a vacation, and visit loved ones. With more people prioritizing enjoying the summer season over actively shopping for homes, those who are touring listings and making offers are likely to benefit from the decline in competition.