All Blog Entries by DB Wilson

On behalf of RE/MAX of Boulder, I would like to thank you for using our office and helping to make us THE leader in the Boulder Valley Real Estate Community. We average over 17 years of experience per agent and are recognized nationally for our excellence in real estate sales.

RE/MAX of Boulder prides itself on our proven ability to assist families relocating from other parts of the country, and the world. We offer Buyer Agency and have the largest inventory of property listings in Boulder County.

D.B. is a past President of the Boulder Area Board of REALTORS®, in addition to being a past REALTOR® of the Year for that organization as well.

D.B. is a third generation Coloradan. He graduated from the University of Colorado in 1975, and entered the real estate industry a year later.

In 1991, D.B. was named Manager of the Year for RE/MAX of Colorado. He manages an office of 87 full time REALTORS®. RE/MAX of Boulder has consistently been recognized as the highest producing RE/MAX office in the Rocky Mountain region, based upon per agent volume.

As Manager, he will personally introduce you to one of our REALTORS® who can guide you through the real estate process. Our real estate agents pride themselves on consulting, educating and preparing our clients in the home purchase or selling process.


RE/MAX of Boulder, Inc.
2425 Canyon Blvd., #110
Boulder, CO 80302
Phone: 303-441-5655
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Saturday February 4th

11am-1pm: 4585 13th Street E, Boulder John Hatch

11:30am-1pm: 1485 Stoneham Street, Superior Andrew Muller 

12-3pm: 105 Fairfield Lane, Louisville Tammy Milano

1-3pm: 1705 Iris Avenue, Boulder Ty Hart 

 

Sunday February 5th

11am-1pm:  343 Dakota Blvd., Boulder Clove Berger

11am-1pm: 111 Utica Cir. Boulder Dale Pearson

12-3pm: 1127 Ridglea Way, Boulder Donna Voss

1-3pm: 3961 Broadway Street, Boulder Lancene Cadora 

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2017 Boulder Economic Forecast: Boulder and Beyond

More than 300 of Boulder's top business, nonprofit and political leaders gathered at UCAR recently to glimpse forecasts for 2017 national, state, and Boulder economies.  

Predictions are strongly positive for Colorado and Boulder County, according to economic experts at the 2017 Boulder Economic Forecast: Boulder and Beyond.

The annual forecast, hosted by the Boulder Economic Council (BEC) and the Boulder Chamber at UCAR, is one of the most anticipated events of the year. Moderated by BEC Executive Director Clif Harald, sponsors included Elevations Credit Union as presenting sponsor and RE/MAX of Boulder among supporting sponsors.


Event moderator Clif Harald, Executive Director of the Boulder

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As the end of 2016 approaches, statistical data shows lack of inventory continues to be the main driver in Boulder County residential real estate.

"In many Boulder County market-areas there is less than a two-month supply of homes for sale," says Ken Hotard, senior vice president of public affairs for the Boulder Area Realtor® Association. "The number of days a property is on the market is inching up, which can be attributed to the time of year, but is also driven by limited inventory," he adds.

 As a result, sales have declined. Even so, Hotard says this market is strong, demand is high, and pricing is increasing in double-digits in almost every Boulder County market area. All in all, the market is performing as expected and not all that

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If you're thinking of selling your Boulder County home, indicators show this is a good time to do so.

The fact is home sellers in Boulder County are a rare species. Few home sellers, coupled with the lack of construction, mean available inventory is low, but is poised to rise on increased pricing in 2017. And that lack of inventory is driving the market, according to Ken Hotard, senior vice president of public affairs for the Boulder Area Realtor® Association.

Case in point: October's condominium and townhome sales in Boulder County saw a 20.1 percent bump, with 139 units sold compared to 115 in September.That spike likely resulted from the inventory increase of late summer, according to Hotard.

 Even so, he says overall there is little change in

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By Jessica Shanahan, Premier Lending LLC adapted from the Shirmeyer Rate Market Report.

Mortgage interest rates improved slightly this past week as economic data was mixed.  Economic data stronger than expected included August Auto and Truck Sales, Q2 Productivity, the July U.S. Trade Deficit, the August ISM Services Sector Index, August Unemployment, and August Average Hourly Earnings.  The unemployment rate fell to 5.1% in August.  Economic data weaker than expected included the August ISM Manufacturing Index, July Construction Spending, the August ADP Jobs Report, Q2 Unit Labor Costs, July Factory Orders, weekly jobless claims, August Non-Farm Payrolls, August Non-Farm Private Payrolls, and the August Labor Participation Rate.  Non-Farm Payrolls

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By Jessica Shanahan, Premier Lending LLC adapted from the Shirmeyer Rate Market Report.

Mortgage interest rates increased slightly as volatility remains high in equity markets.  Economic data was mixed.  Economic data stronger than expected included August Consumer Confidence, July Durable Goods Orders, and the second look at Q2 GDP.  GDP grew at an annualized rate of 3.7% on expectations that it grew by 3.2%.  Economic data weaker than expected included the June Case/Shiller 20 City Index, the June FHFA Home Price Index, July New Home Sales, July Pending Home Sales, July Personal Spending, and the August University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index.  Inflation continues to be tame with the Core Personal Consumption Index up only 1.2% year over year

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By Jessica Shanahan, Premier Lending LLC adapted from the Shirmeyer Rate Market Report.

Mortgage interest rates increased slightly this past week as economic data was mostly stronger than expected.  Economic data stronger than expected included June Wholesale Inventories, July Retail Sales, June Business Inventories, the July Producer Price Index (PPI), and July Industrial Production.  Business Inventories increased the most since January of 2013.  PPI increased more than expected but was actually down 0.8% year over year.  Core PPI, excluding the food and energy components, was up 0.6% year over year.  Economic data weaker than expected included weekly jobless claims, July Capacity Utilization, and the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index. 

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By Jessica Shanahan, Premier Lending LLC adapted from the Shirmeyer Rate Market Report.

Mortgage interest rates are flat on the week as economic data mostly met expectations. Economic data that was in line with consensus forecasts included Consumer spending rising by 0.2%, Unemployment which continues to be near all-time lows, Factory Orders rose 1.8% and Non-farm payrolls were up 215,000 as expected. Economic data slightly weaker than expected included the ISM Manufacturing Index slipping 0.8 tenths, Construction spending only rising 0.1% and International Trade which saw the trade gap widen to $43.8 billion. Dennis Lockhart of the Fed led investors to believe on Tuesday that the first rate hike will be coming in September barring any significantly

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By Jessica Shanahan, Premier Lending LLC adapted from the Shirmeyer Rate Market Report.

Mortgage interest rates improved slightly this past week as economic data was generally weaker than expected.  Economic data weaker than expected included the May Case/Shiller 20 City Home Price Index, July Consumer Confidence, June NAR Pending Home Sales, the first look at Q2 GDP, the Q2 Employment Cost Index, and the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index.  The Employment Cost Index was the weakest report on record and this index has been tracked since 1982.  Economic data stronger than expected included June Durable Goods Orders, weekly jobless claims, and the July Chicago Purchasing Managers Index.  The Fed indicated at the conclusion of its FOMC

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