The Estin Report covering 2nd Half & Full Year 2021 Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Market – was posted online 01/16/22 in the Estin Reports section. The online edition covers the entire year Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2021; the print edition made available for the Christmas-New Years… 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.
Bottom Line November 2021: As there is an overlap this time of year between the Nov. 2021 Snapshot and my year end H2 & YR 2021 report, please refer to pages 5-9 of the year end report for Bottom Line comments. Links to Nov 2021 Aspen… Read More
Bottom Line Oct 2021 Aspen Snowmass real estate market: Dollar sales continue to be very robust and record setting with fewer sales but at significantly higher prices. Unit sales have been slowing due to limited inventory. Year over year (YOY), Aspen inventory of single family (sf) homes is down 55%,… Read More
Released Oct 17, 2021 v1.5 Bottom Line Sept 2021 Year to date through Sept 30th for the total Aspen Snowmass real estate market, unit sales are up 44% YOY, dollar sales up 30% YOY and inventory is down 58% YOY. We are in an “evolving” marketplace where practically every… Read More
Released 09/07/21 v3.1 Bottom Line August 2021 What happens to a market where inventory has plummeted and prices are sky high? Does the Aspen real estate market come to a standstill? Do things freeze up? What releases this situation?… Read More
Released 08.17.21 v2.54 1st Half 2021: State of the Aspen Snowmass Real Estate Market PRELUDE A veteran Aspen broker who has witnessed the market for over 50 years, once told me, “There are 3 stages of Aspen real estate inquiry: Shock, pissed off, surrender.” That was in… Read More
Bottom Line July 2021: We are in a fast moving Aspen Snowmass real estate market where comps are a trailing indicator. Sellers everywhere, in Aspen and Snowmass Village and down valley – at all price points and product – are testing the market… Read More
Posted 07.04.21 v1.51 Pg 1 Summary. The 2021 Year-Over-Year (YOY) comparison is meaningless due to the Covid shutdown a year ago. Better is a YOY comparison to 2019 and 2018. Even so, the current increase in sales activity in 2020-2021 has been staggering. Bottom Line:… Read More
Bottom Line May 2021: The May 2021 market snapshot compares year over year (YOY) sales performance for the past four years as a year ago activity slowed to almost a standstill in the Covid 19 shutdown. Comparing May 2021 to the same period in… Read More
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 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