Reasons to be thankful for the Grand Valley real estate market

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Bounty in the Valley

It’s been an interesting market this year, as rising prices have made it a great time for homeowners to sell and move up, move down or just move across town. Low-interest rates have continued to make it an attractive time for people to buy, and there are still plenty of people moving to the Grand Valley from other parts of the state and the country. Circumstances are good for both buyers and sellers, which makes this area, and this market, fairly unique.

As we wrap up Thanksgiving weekend, the Real Estate Weekly staff decided to ask a few local realtors what they’re thankful for in the local real estate market. Here are their responses:

From Craig Huckaby: “We feel very blessed to have a subdivision like Summerhill (above) in our marketplace for people who want that lock and leave lifestyle. It gives them a place to hang their hat, and yet be able to leave at a moment’s notice. Summerhill has attracted a lot of out-of-area buyers, and it’s enabled them to move to Grand Junction and enjoy that lifestyle and live in an area that’s very safe.” – courtesy photo

Single Family Home Grand Junction

From Omar Richardson: “One of the most rewarding transactions this past year, for which I am MOST THANKFUL, was helping a single school teacher move back to Grand Junction and find a home she could afford in the location she wanted, despite having multiple offers the first day it was on the market!” – courtesy photo

 

 

House sold by Keenan Colt

From Keenan Colt: “I’m thankful for the great seller’s market that we continue to be in. This $500,000 listing went under contract in one day with multiple offers. Our market allows sellers to sell quickly with little stress while still giving buyers the opportunity to have affordable housing. The Grand Junction real estate market rocks!” – courtesy photo

 

Home for First time buyer

 

From Rick Thurtle: “We are very fortunate to have so many quality, local lenders in the Grand Valley. One of my clients who purchased a home was a first-time homebuyer who used a USDA/Rural Development load and closed the deal with no down payment. Her lender got her in a program that got her in with no money out of pocket. The local market has been very active this year and local lenders are a key part of making it happen by using several loan programs that can make home-buying a reality.” -courtesy photo

Dahl Built homes

From Danny Kuta: “We are grateful to team up with a builder (Dahl Built Homes) who shares the same value and commitment of delivering exceptional homes to clients who have worked hard and earned their dream home.” – courtesy photo