Typically, we see a seasonal slowdown after summer, but that’s not happening this year.
Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) November 20, 2015
“The Denver real estate market is experiencing boom times, but this has also created a shortage of available homes for sale,” said Mary Sue. “Typically, we see a seasonal slowdown after summer, but that’s not happening this year.”
In fact, this year’s market looks substantially better than it did last year at this time. Additionally, with homes moving more slowly, sellers could be more amenable to negotiating on the price. As for Mary Sue, who faces enormous obstacles due to Denver’s tight market, there are not enough homes for her clients who want to purchase, while the people who want to sell wonder where they will go afterward.
“Many of my clients are millennials who are either purchasing for the first time or selling and making a larger purchase, or looking for the right investments in real estate,” said Mary Sue. “On the other hand, I also do a fair amount of business with empty-nesters who are selling their larger homes and downsizing, and sometimes they turn out to be a great match with millennials upgrading.”
Because a Realtor needs innovation in this market to find homes for all who need them, adds Mary Sue, this works out great for the clients she is able to match. Mary Sue is a renowned metro Denver area specialist and prolific real estate professional whose creative ideas endear her to her clients.
About Mary Sue Tate
Mary Sue Tate has been with RE/MAX for 25 years and works primarily in the Denver, Parker, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Centennial and Littleton areas. Mary Sue specializes in condominiums, luxury homes, new construction and relocation. For more information, please call (303) 888-1540, or visit the office at 6020 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 100, Greenwood Village, CO 80111.
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