Buyers (finally) have more bargaining power. For many, many months sellers had the distinct upper-hand and commanded above-list price offers. Bidding wars were the norm. Buyers had virtually no negotiating power.The numbers show that the dynamic has absolutely changed.The ratio of the final sales price to the list price is now at 98.1%.From April 2020 to July 2022, the ratio was at or higher than 100%.The peak was in April 2022 at 104.3%.In the span of just a few months, sellers have gone from multiple, over-list price offers to expecting to come off their list price.
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Fun Facts • November 18, 2022
by Windermere Windsor
Fun Facts In Demand For evidence that the Front Range is a desirable place to live and own real estate, look no further than the average price of our real estate. According to the National Association of Realtors, the average price of a home in the United States is $486,000. Compare that to the average price in our major […]
Fun Facts No Middle Class “The middle class is going away” is an often-used adage when talking about society. It is also a good way to describe today’s real estate market. When it comes to properties for sale, the middle class has gone away.There is a class of listings which are priced to the market, in great condition, with world-class marketing.Then, […]
Fun Facts No Bear Altos Research is one of the most trusted sources of real estate market information in the United States. Each week they track every single home for sale across the Country. They analyze the pricing, supply, demand, and status changes for all listings. This amount of data allows them to expertly predict changes in the market. […]