It's been a tough couple of years for Grant Ranch Real Estate, and the most recent information indicates that Grant Ranch Real Estate Is Still Struggling.
There were fewer homes sold in 2010 in Grant Ranch, which extends a declining pattern since 2008.
While fewer homes are being sold in Grant Ranch, there is still a strong indication that prices have yet to stabilize.
In fact, it was preferable for one of our Sellers to remove their home from the Grant Ranch Real Estate market, this past year, rather than continuing to lower their price to find the "magic number". This uncertainty in the pricing arena can be stressful on Sellers, so holding out for another year or two to put your home on the market in this community will likely lead to better results. If you're unable to wait, interview John Basila for the job of selling your home. His Sellers Net 99.5% of their asking price and 95% of their original asking price, both exceeding local averages.
Another indication that Grant Ranch Real Estate Is Still Struggling comes from considering average sales prices and comparing them to their original list prices. It's evident that the market is still soft. In 2010, Sellers were only getting about 91% of their original asking price.
Although Grant Ranch Real Estate Is Still Struggling, it's comforting to know that the community hasn't been significantly impacted by foreclosures. When reviewing all of the current Grant Ranch Homes For Sale, we do not find any Short Sales or Bank/Government-Owned properties for sale. In all of 2010, there were only 5 foreclosures sold in Grant Ranch.
If you're a Buyer interested in moving up to Grant Ranch, now is a great time to find a "deal". With Interest Rates still low, you have an opportunity to find your dream home at a very affordable price. Contact Littleton Realtor John Basila for your confidential consultation.