How Did the Lockdown Affect Real Estate? – May Real Estate Stats

Montrose Market During the month of April, the local real estate market was at a near-standstill due to the Shelter in Place Order. Real estate was eventually determined an “essential business” during the Shelter in Place Order for the month of April, but only to service pending sales. As a result, the Montrose real estate market experienced a 42% drop in showings for the month of April and a 51%...


What are the Effects on the Local Real Estate Market? – April Real Estate Stats

Montrose Market The Montrose real estate market is slowing as the current effects surrounding the COVID19 epidemic impact our local community. Although the real estate industry is considered a critical business by the State of Colorado, the shelter-in-place mandate is being taken seriously by agents, home buyers, and home sellers. This has led to the obvious impact of a slow-down in buyers physically...

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Corona March Re-Fi Madness – March Real Estate Stats

Montrose Market Despite the flurry of activity in the stock market and international news, buying and selling in Montrose continues to show no signs of slow-down. Spring traditionally tends to yield a surplus in new listings, and we are beginning to see an increase in properties hitting the market. However, total inventory across all price ranges hasn't increased substantially, new properties which are...

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Will Montrose Still Follow Denver? – January Real Estate Stats

Montrose Market The Montrose real estate market has slowed from the fall selling season, although there is still strong momentum headed into 2020. While the number of units sold is relatively the same as compared with the 2018/19 winter, there appears to be pent-up demand on the buyer’s side, as reflected in the low months of available inventory under $500K. A testament of this buyer demand can be...

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