denver home prices: Denver Real Estate Market Update – May 2017 - 05/31/17 06:49 PM
Denver Metro Home Prices Reach All-Time High
as Buyer Demand Remains Strong  
After experiencing a double-digit percentage increase in March, the number of available homes for sale saw another increase in April.  At the end of the month, there were 5,825 homes for sale in the Denver Metro area, up 18 percent as compared to the previous month, but six percent less than this time last year.  The month-over-month increase in inventory was a result of sellers bringing new listings to the market—6,587 in April. 

The number of sales held steady in April, despite persistently low inventory levels. During the month, 4,689 homes sold, … (1 comments)

denver home prices: METRO DENVER REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE DECEMBER 2012 - 12/14/12 06:55 AM


Once again, the big story in the Denver Real Estate Market is lack of inventory of homes for sale!  We are looking at only 7,300 Single Family Homes currently on the market!  Inventory is down approximately 30% from a year ago, with Under Contracts and Solds up between 18-20% depending on the category of Single Family or Condos/Townhomes.   Showings were actually down in November 2012 from November 2011!  I attribute this more to lack of homes to show than lack of interest from buyers.  Buyer interest remains strong, … (2 comments)

denver home prices: Home Prices in Metro Denver Rise for the 9th Straight Month - 12/09/12 10:28 PM
The housing market in the Denver area is continuing to strengthen. Home prices in the metro Denver area rose in October, marking the ninth straight month in a row according the most recent home price index released by CoreLogic.
Denver-Aurora-Broomfield metro area home prices experienced a substantial increase of 9.2 percent in October when compared to the same period of time last year. The increase takes into account all sales, including those of distressed properties and REO properties.  Home prices on a month over month basis in the Metro Denver area rose by 0.1 percent from September, but the small … (2 comments)

denver home prices: DENVER REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE - JANUARY 2012 - 01/19/12 03:20 AM

Market Metrics:
The name of the game as we enter 2012 is INVENTORY! Take a look at these numbers for 2011, and you will see many categories were very similar to 2010, but the inventory numbers are the first signs of the changing market!
Active Listings inventory continues to decline 13% month over month and 40% year over year.  Under Contract activity and Closed Transactions activity remain at seasonal levels with a continual decline month over month.  The New Year starts with renewed hope that 2012 will be better than 2011 and the indicators are pointing that … (0 comments)

denver home prices: Denver Home Prices Continue Upward Trend - 10/29/11 07:59 AM
Once again there is good news for Denver homeowners. From the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Index, the prices of Denver single-family homes rose again in August, the fourth such increase in five months. This index report compares price trends among thousands of single-family homes in 20 housing markets.
With an increase of 0.4 percent, prices of Denver homes were better than all the 20 major U.S. cities in the report, which grew by only 0.2 percent. Denver also bested the group for month-over-month and year-over-year increases.
For the last 12 months the news was a bit less bright, with average … (1 comments)

denver home prices: I Don’t Have To Sell. By Dan Polimino. - 10/05/11 05:49 AM
I hear the comments below over and over again. The interesting thing is that after a couple of months on the market at a higher than acceptable price, the seller will admit, OK, well, I really do have to sell. No amount of probing at the initial consultation could draw that out of them. It was my gut feeling that they DID have to sell and that's why I decided to stick with them at a higher price than I might have, knowing their true situation. Most of the time, agents really are on their clients side, we just need to … (2 comments)

denver home prices: What the Housing Report Means for Denver Homeowners - 06/10/11 12:52 PM
As a Denver homeowner, you may have followed recent news stories which reported that the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Index for 20 large cities fell 0.8 percent in March from February. Reporters shared their opinions about what that might mean for the economic recovery and Wall Street stocks went down in response. On the surface it may sound like things are difficult nationally, so that's why it's important to step back and examine what the information means to you on a local level.
With a closer look, it shows that the Denver housing market is actually doing pretty good … (0 comments)

denver home prices: Long-Term Wealth in Your Denver Home - 01/08/11 06:46 AM
Am I crazy? Haven't home prices been going down? Read on!
A new report from shows what Denver homeowners have long known; those who buy homes for the long term have historically seen the value of their investment increase over the years. Calculations by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) indicate that the median U.S. home sale price in the third quarter of 2010 remains approximately 9.5 percent higher than in 1990.

Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist, notes that based on data collected since 1968, US home prices have risen 5.5 percent annually, outpacing inflation by … (1 comments)

denver home prices: Predicted Market Changes Will Affect Denver Real Estate Market - 02/16/10 09:04 AM
The Urban Land Institute predicts there will be two major changes beginning in this new decade that will affect the housing market across the nation.  We can be sure that we’ll also see these changes take place in our local Denver housing market. 
The first change is that home appreciation will slow. The report predicts annual appreciation between 1-2% each year. The second change is that by the end of the decade, the now record-high U.S. homeownership rate will decline by 7%, from 69% to 62%. According to the report, four other demographic trends are also likely to have an … (2 comments)

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