Sure was fun hanging out at my hostess’s beautiful backyard in Tucson while we participated in the Saguaro Showdown Member-Guest Golf Tournament last weekend. And, after several second place or runner up finishes, Pam Vanatta and I won this year! Thank you, Pam, for a great time as your guest at this terrific venue.
But, alas, as all good vacations must come to an end, so did this one, with a very busy week for Steamboat real estate. The new townhome development I have co-listed, the Townhomes at Walton Pond, closed 2 townhomes this past week, and placed another under contract. We now have only 8 for sale, and possibly even fewer. Call me, Anne Mayberry, for details. 970.846.1425
On to the Steamboat Springs real estate sales news of the past week as reported by the Steamboat Pilot today. There were 28 Steamboat area real estate sales this past week for a dollar volume of $12,190,233.08. 3 of those Steamboat Springs real estate sales were single family, 10 were condo/townhome, 12 were lot/land sales, and 3 were commercial/industrial Steamboat Springs real estate transactions.
For the week of April 7-14, there were 35 closed Steamboat real estate transactions for a dollar volume of $15,738,961 and the week of April 1-6 saw 15 sales with a dollar volume of $4,987,500.
The Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors reports today 197 Steamboat Springs area pending real estate transactions for a list price dollar volume of $110,906,110. The average list price of all Steamboat area pending real estate sales is $562,975 and the median is $359,000.
12% of pending sales are pending with a list price of $1 million or over, 5% are pending with a list price between $999,000 and $800k, 12% are between $799,999 and $600,000, 15% are between $599k and $400k, 14% are pending Steamboat Springs real estate transactions with a list price in the $300,000s, and 42% are listed below $300,000.
34% are pending single family real estate sales, 38% are condo/townhome, 16% are pending lot/land Steamboat Springs area real estate sales, 10% are commercial/industrial, and 3% are fractional real estate transactions.
Most telling is that inventory continues to decline in all categories. Phone or email me to assist you in deciphering what this may mean for your Steamboat Springs real estate decision making. Anne Mayberry 970.846.1425 AnneMayberry.SteamboatSIR.com
Date: April 14, 2016