There are a LOT of what if’s in this question. There is no one size fits all answer here. Instead, let’s look at it.
Let’s take a look at ‘as is’ sales in the region. I came across a thread on Facebook today asking if people needed to.
July 2023 is looking kind of rough for the PPAR region. Number of sales is down 44.58% halfway through the month. Our closed to.
As we roll into July, let’s take a look at where June 2023 has closed out. Here we see the year over year change.
As we hit the midway point for June 2023, here’s where we stand: What does all of this mean for the market? Inventory is.
Cash is king, the mantra goes. But is it true? Let’s take a look at Colorado Springs year to date. What you see below.
Here’s a quick look at where we stand right now for the last 30 days in the PPAR region. The big takeaways right now.
The average price for May 2023 was down 3.49% from May 2022 in the Pikes Peak region. What you see below is the year.
The relationships between variables that impact the market is fascinating to me (I am, admittedly, a bit of a data nerd). What you see.
As we enter into the last week of May 2023, we are tracking at 67.9% of last year’s sales numbers for the same period.