Our inventory in most categories is decreasing as we head into what we’re hoping to see as a very busy summer selling season.
Winter Park, CO (PRWEB) March 10, 2013
After a much improved 2012 that saw residential real estate sales in the Winter Park area increase notably, spring 2013 could set up to be a prime opportunity for buyers looking to find high value in a primary or secondary home in this Historic Colorado resort town.
After publishing the 2012 Annual Market Report in January, Julie White with Real Estate of Winter Park commented, “We are seeing some encouraging trends in the Grand County area. The number of residential sales are up in all areas, with the average price slightly up.” This seems to be an indicator of increasing confidence encouraging buyers to take advantage early in a strengthening market.
The positive trends are continuing in 2013, with sales volume, average sales price, and sales-price-to-list-price percentage all increasing slightly year to date. Jenene Johnson, who early this year joined the Real Estate of Winter Park team as a broker/owner with 18 years of experience, recently confirmed that: “At this point [in 2013], the real estate market in the Winter Park Area is moving a long at nice pace. Our inventory in most categories is decreasing as we head into what we’re hoping to see as a very busy summer selling season.”
With a decreasing inventory, a rising trend in sales price, and increasing buyer confidence, the opportunity seekers will have their eyes on Winter Park this year. Colorado remains strong as a preferred location with higher than average home value.
The team at Real Estate of Winter Park has been serving Grand County, Colorado real estate buyers and sellers since 2008. Their dedication to working as a team to provide buyers and sellers with the highest level of customer service, and in-depth knowledge of the Winter Park area real estate market, led the group to over $83 million in sales in 2012, number one in Grand County. RE Winter Park is proud of their active involvement in the community, supporting over two dozen local organizations and charities.