Released June 9, 21 v4.0 – Comparing May 2021-2018 year-over-year (YOY) results: May 2021 vs May 2020 vs May 2019 vs May 2018 Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Market Report Bottom Line May 2021: The May 2021… Read More
This Section contains Estin Reports: Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Market Reports and Monthly Snapshots for the Current Year 2021. Prior year reports and monthly snapshots are archived in the Past Reports section.
The reports are:
1) Bi-Annual/Annual: State of the Aspen Snowmass Residential Real Estate Market Report.
2) Monthly Aspen Snowmass Residential Market Report Snapshots: Aspen Snowmass real estate summary (10 pages of detailed monthly stats and ‘bottom line’ commentary) released on or near the 1st Monday of each month. Includes sales stats by neighborhoods in 6-month periods that includes the subject month (Pgs 7 & 9).
3) Weekly Blog: Aspen Snowmass Weekly property closings and under contract activity is posted every Monday morning, sometimes in-between. Lots of photos, details and comments. At the bottom of the Blog Section are the Blog Archives by year from 2006.
4) Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Historic Pace of Sales Charts: updated every quarter showing Aspen and Snowmass Village residential dollar and unit real estate sales by area and property types (past 10 yrs) and trend lines.
Released May 10, 21 v1.0 – (2) reports: Apr 21 vs Apr 20 and Apr 21 vs Apr 19 Apr 2021 Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Market Report Apr 2021… Read More
Released Apr 3, 21 v1.6 Bottom Line The Aspen real estate market continues to sizzle along…High demand, low inventory, historic low interest rates, a search for space, privacy, escape from high taxes in certain areas and changing work patterns are helping to push prices higher. Read More
Released Mar 3, 21 v1.5 Bottom Line Feb 2021 continues intense Aspen and Snowmass real estate market activity dominated by huge demand and a limited supply. While activity had slowed marginally in early January, since mid-Jan and Feb it has resumed its upward trajectory. The… Read More
Data collected 02/01/21 after 6PM MT. Released 02.08.21 v1.5 Bottom Line Jan 2021 Jan 2021 continues market activity dominated by prodigious demand and limited supply. While activity has slowed somewhat due to lack of inventory, it continues forcefully as demand… Read More
The Estin Report: Aspen Snowmass 2021 ws final* was released on Jan 14, 2021 in Current Reports. It can be read online or downloaded as PDF. The 32-Pg print edition is available outside Sotheby’s 415 E Hyman on the Hyman Mall, Sotheby’s 300 S Spring… Read More
Data collected 12.31.20 after 6PM MT. Released 01.01.21 v1.5 BOTTOM LINE: The annual Estin Report is in process to be released early Jan. The actual 10-Pg Dec 2020 Market Snapshot will be posted late in the day Jan 1. Posted… Read More
Released 12.06.20 v1.6. Data collected Tues 12.01.20 after 6PM MT. BOTTOM LINE While market activity slowed somewhat in Nov 2020, dollar and unit sales records continue to be broken. Although we are in the off-season, a period when activity always declines, anecdotally, it feels like buyers are… Read More
Released 11.09.20 v2.0. Data collected Mon 11.02.20 after 6PM MT. Bottom Line: The rush to buy continued in Oct 20, second only to Sep 20’s record topping performance. I was recently asked the following questions by an Aspen journalist. My response follows: Q:… Read More
Released Oct 7, 2020 v1.6 (The only change from v1.5 is in my bottom line comments last sentence which now reads, “While more anecdotal than fact at present, it appears that new listings coming onto the market in Aug and Sept are priced on average 15-30% above Mar-Jun 20 comparables… Read More
Released Sep 3, 2020 v1.75 Bottom Aug 2020 Market Snapshot: It’s early Sept. and activity has slowed slightly with a number of summer visitors headed home for school and fall beginnings. But the real estate market continues at a high pitch. Besides the dramatic spiking charts and… Read More
Released Aug 4, 2020 v2 The market is in a frenzy at present against a backdrop of the US and worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, record low interest rates, urban unrest, record unemployment, plummeting US GDP, record gold prices, a stock market hovering near all time highs and China,… Read More