DMAR Real Estate Market Trends Reports

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Active Inventory and Sales - August 2019

“In 2019, buyers and sellers are not having the same experience their neighbors did last year. In the first half of 2018, sellers were taking offers over the weekend and selecting the best one in the stack on Monday. This year, sellers are making price adjustments as they try and find the right price point to entice buyers to make an offer.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - July 2019

“The real estate scene in Denver hasn't fully transitioned into a buyer's market, but it's shifting in that direction as indicated by how many more concessions metro-area sellers are willing to grant now compared to the recent past”

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Active Inventory and Sales - June 2019

“ In some price points and areas, the market is still very strong for sellers. In others, buyers are gaining the advantage”

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Active Inventory and Sales - May 2019

“Year to date, homes were taking an average 32 days to sell compared to 26 last year.”

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Active Inventory and Sales - April 2019

“In April, the average single-family sold home price in metro Denver hit a record high of $553,371”

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Active Inventory and Sales - March 2019

“While buyers are starting to push back on sellers’ list prices, they still have to put their best foot forward because, comparatively speaking, there’s not a lot of inventory to choose from”

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Active Inventory and Sales - February 2019

“more single-family homes went under contract in February than came on the market, meaning the inventory surplus is eroding”

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Active Inventory and Sales - January 2019

“Buyers should be doing a happy dance because they finally have some choices. Even though the Denver metro area is still a seller's market in most price ranges”

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Active Inventory and Sales - December 2018

“With sales down and inventory up, it might not make a lot of sense for home prices to be up, but they continued to rise.”

Previous Years: 2018, 2017