The real estate market in Aspen and its surrounding areas is facing a significant challenge due to low inventory, according to an Aspen to a market assessment by Tim Estin, a broker at Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s. In his July Estin Report, he emphasized that the shortage of available properties for sale is significantly reducing the number of sales transactions compared with prior periods. “Real estate agents have no problem selling a home if they can actually find a seller,” Estin wrote in his latest market analysis. He pointed out that as the summer of 2023 begins, there have been incremental price adjustments in the Aspen housing market, but sellers are still firmly in control. Prices for properties are specific to the location and type of property, rather than exhibiting a general decline that would significantly impact buyers.
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