It’s only one month’s worth of statistics, but it was enough to give Ken Hotard hope – hope that maybe, just maybe, the supply of homes for sale in the Boulder-area market may be on the upswing.
The inventory of single-family homes increased 7 percent in January compared with December, from 816 homes to 873; the inventory of condominiums/townhomes on the market increased 9.7 percent, from 206 in December to 226 in January.
“That’s the first month-over-month inventory increase I’ve seen in about 2½ years,” says Hotard, senior vice president of public affairs for the Boulder Area Realtor® Association.
He noted that the Boulder area is not alone, as inventories improved nationally in January.
“It’s not a trend yet, but it’s a good start,”…