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Real Estate Market Trends

Real Estate Market Trends

 

Seasonal Cooldown is Expected

Home sales usually peak mid-summer and then the market begins its seasonal cooldown just in time for the fall. The lowest number of both new listings and number of homes sold usually occurs in December or January. It appears we are right on track with that trend this year.

 

The number of new listings added to the Denver-area market in October was down 10% month over month, but still up 4.37% year to date. The 5,425 homes added was the lowest number of new…
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Metro Denver is Still a Seller’s Market

Metro Denver is Still a Seller’s Market  Fact: Housing inventory under five months is considered a home seller’s market. In Metro Denver, the month of September ended with 2.04 months of single-family home...


  • October 15th, 2019
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Real Estate Market Trends

Explaining economic uncertainty Uncertainty categorizes the nation’s overall economic climate. But what does it mean for Realtors® and their clients in Denver-area’s housing market? Global growth and...


  • September 17th, 2019
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REAL ESTATE MARKET TRENDS

Statistically, Denver is Still in a Seller’s Market With 1.73 months of housing inventory across all price ranges in the Denver area, we are technically still experiencing a seller’s market. Homes priced...


  • August 14th, 2019
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Denver Real Estate Midyear Update

Stay on the forefront of real estate news with the help of the mid-year update!  Denver Real Estate Midyear Update: More Conditions Favoring Buyers Creating Balance With metro-Denver housing inventory at its...


  • July 15th, 2019
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More New Homes Hit the Denver Market in May

More Home Choices in May In May, there were 8,789 new listings, up 17 percent from the previous month. That meant home-buyers were able to look at a number of homes at a time and make comparisons - and many found...


  • June 6th, 2019
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April’s Market Trends Are All About Perspective

April is All About Perspective April’s market trends require perspective to fully understand the big picture of what’s happening in real estate today. In the entire residential market, it took twice as...


  • May 13th, 2019
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Spring Brings Seasonal Simmer to Denver Real Estate Market

Real Estate Heated Up Amidst Cold Spells Despite the cold spells in March, the entire residential market saw a seasonal simmer as spring picked up steam with real estate transactions. Homebuyers had 21.75 percent...


  • April 11th, 2019
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Love Was In The Air In February’s Real Estate Market

Love was in the air in February’s real estate market In addition to the number of homes under contract being up nearly 16 percent month over month in metro Denver, the Luxury Market (homes priced $1 million...


  • March 7th, 2019
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Denver Real Estate Moves Toward More Balanced Market

Predicting how the real estate market will perform is like looking into a crystal ball. So, the best way to forecast how 2019 will fair is by taking a look back at trends from the previous year. New Year, New...


  • January 10th, 2019
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