DMAR Real Estate Market Trends Report

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Active Inventory and Sales - October 2017

“Agents report that things have been quieter, but not less competitive, in some price ranges and areas”

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Active Inventory and Sales - September 2017

“According to a sampling of DMAR members, showings are slowing down and home sellers are reducing home prices in order to get more traction. ”

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Active Inventory and Sales - August 2017

“The number of listings that sold decreased 5.79 percent compared to the previous month. Notably, the decrease in sold listings is close to a 10-year season decrease of 4.3 percent.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - July 2017

“For the single-family home market, the average sold price increased 1.89 percent to $496,382 while the median price dropped 0.77 percent to $420,000.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - June 2017

“We are starting to see signs of a much needed market correction and a market plateau may be on the horizon.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - May 2017

“Average home prices in the Denver area have continued an upward climb to a new high of $449,736, up 2.84 percent from the previous month and up 9.83 percent from a year ago.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - April 2017

“...strong increases in active listings, under contracts, and median and average sold prices of homes continued to add fuel to Denver area’s “hot” real estate market last month”

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Active Inventory and Sales - March 2017

“In the single-family home market, month over month, the average sold price increased 4.90 percent to $468,889 while the median sold price rose 2.78 percent to $406,000.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - February 2017

“Realtor.com reported Denver is one of the fastest cities to gentrify, and 33% of the city is already gentrified.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - January 2017

“Active listings in the residential market (single family and condos) dropped 6.47 percent to 3,989 last month, which represented an all-time low for any January on record – and only the second-time active listings have dropped below 4,000. ”

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Active Inventory and Sales - December 2016

“2016 will go down as another robust market defined by record-low inventories and record-high prices,” states Steve Danyliw, Chairman of the DMAR Market Trends Committee and Denver real estate agent.