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Market Trends & Statistics

New and Active Listings Continue to Decline in Colorado

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Dec. 12, 2017 – With a significant decline in new listings and active listings continuing to define a low inventory market across the metro area and the entire state, median home prices are holding their own, according to the latest housing report from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR).   With limited new housing starts, the record low inventory...

Pueblo Market Remains Hot Through the Cold Months

Despite cooler temperatures, Pueblo, Colorado is still experiencing the effects of the housing market as they remain active through the seasonal cool down and prices continue to rise month over month.   CAR's Housing Market Statistics showed that the median sales price for a single-family home rose from $184,600 in September to $190,110 in October.   Even though Pueblo is experiencing an increase in...

KRDO Series – Home Sweet Expensive Home

Home sweet, expensive home: The hot Colorado housing market   With an influx of people and not enough houses to go around, home prices are at a high, making a competitive market for buyers.   “I'm seeing that that market is actually kind of on fire right now,” Colorado Association of Realtors spokesperson, Kelly Moye said. Moye has been watching Colorado become a true...

Despite the Cooler Season, Colorado Housing Market still Remains Active with Indications of Leveling out for the Winter Months to Come

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Nov. 10, 2017 – From the continued roar of Denver’s urban core, Boulder and Broomfield County to the seasonal leveling off of markets across the state, Colorado REALTORS® continue to closely monitor market conditions detailed in the October 2017 statewide housing report from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR).   Key findings from the October 2017 research data   Denver metro...

Prices Remain on the Rise for Logan/Sterling County

The housing market for Logan/Sterling county remains active and on the rise.  The county showed a decrease in the third quarter median sales price for 2017 when compared to 2016.  This decrease is not a sign of a slow down, but rather outside factors that are affecting the statistics for this market.   Sales volumes in Logan county have also decreased from last year,...

Cliffhanger’s Game

Everyone is expecting a cliff at the end of the market’s rise, but what appears to be occurring instead is a leveling off in the Denver real estate market   We all know the Bavarian Yodeler bit on ‘The Price is Right’ – where the little guy climbs higher and higher on the mountain as the audience’s hum turns to a rumble....

Typical fall slowdown or has Colorado housing market reached a plateau?

Answers may not be known until spring season http://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Oct. 11, 2017 – While the first measurable snowfall of the season just hit Colorado’s front range, experts in Colorado’s real estate industry are already turning their attention to spring 2018 for potential answers to the growing list of questions surrounding the state’s residential real estate market. Traditional fall slowdowns are...

Denver Housing Market: A Tale of Two Cities

By CAR Spokesperson Matthew Leprino. Read the entire article on Colorado Biz Magazine.   Like Charles Dickens’ fabled tale, Denver’s housing market remains conflicted in its ‘Tale of Two Cities,’ a lopsided story of condos and single-family homes. It would seem that with every dollar the single-family home’s median price rises, the demand for the condo market – tantamount to “entry-level” ­– rises...

More Than a Seasonal Slowdown?

Buyer interest remains however, low inventory, steady housing prices continue to dictate state’s housing market.   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Sept. 13, 2017 – While the number of potential buyers in Colorado’s housing market remains strong, traditional seasonal cooling, coupled with low inventory and steady median housing prices across the state, are defining the fall market according to the monthly statewide housing report...

Pueblo West Home Sales Nearing Pre-Recession Levels

The rise in Pueblo West real estate is a combination of several factors, said Dave Anderson, a broker associate at Remax of Pueblo West who is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Pueblo Association of REALTORS® as well as the Southeast housing spokeperson for Colorado Association of REALTORS®   "There is a lack of inventory," Anderson said, "as well...