Going into 2020 all signs pointed to another strong and healthy year in the real estate market. Interest rates were low, buyers were flush with cash, sellers were eager to upgrade their properties, and real estate agents were clamoring to make deals. But then COVID-19 forcefully halted our economy. Those who were looking to buy could not tour houses in person and sellers saw the demand dry up nearly overnight. Has the pandemic paused the 2020 buying season or is it a lost cause? Will people want to do in-person tours or will virtual tours be the new thing? Who’s more affected, buyers or sellers? Many questions on the short and long-term damage to the real estate industry still persist. If you own a house or an investment property, or you are the market to buy or sell you won’t want to miss this week’s live webcast!
On this week’s episode of the Eagle’s Nest Webcast Taylor Leary and Keith Weinman are joined by Stuart Crowell, a leading real estate agent with Liv Sotheby’s International Realty in Denver. Stuart has deep industry knowledge and experience and will provide you with first-hand expertise on how the pandemic is affecting the real estate industry.
You’ll hear expert insights on:
- Current real estate trends: Short-term and Long-term
- How COVID-19 may change the industry
- What real estate agents are doing to adapt and overcome
- How real estate investors might navigate today’s real estate landscape
About Stuart Crowell:
Stuart Crowell is a distinguished top-producing real estate professional with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. Stuart ranks within the top 1% of all residential real estate brokers in the country by production volume, earning him industry-wide recognition including the prestigious double black diamond award for production by 5280 Magazine.
Earning DMAR’s Rookie of the Year in his first year of business, Stuart quickly rose to the top of a competitive marketplace. Stuart couples his tenacity for client service with an extensive network of digital resources, allowing both local and global recognition to help deliver remarkable results for his wide-range of clientele. Frequently identified as an industry expert, Stuart is well versed in multiple offer scenarios as well as anticipating market shifts in order to meet his clients’ needs.
Despite his flourishing real estate career, Stuart makes time to be involved with community organizations. He is the co-founder of DenverGents, whose aim is to create youth impact through mentoring programs and fundraising opportunities. “Real Estate Professionals should be beacons and leaders in their communities,” says Stuart “It is my aim to be there for my clients before, during and long after the sale of a home.”
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