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REALTORS in the News

Median sales price of Colorado homes up 10 percent over last year while available listings dip 37 percent statewide

Key findings from the April 2017 research report include:   Following a dramatic increase in new listings in March 2017, April saw a small decline in the number of new listings for single-family and townhome/condos across the state. Median sales price for a single-family home in the Denver metro area hit another record high, $404,900. Statewide, the median sales price for...

Forecast predicts drop in Denver-area home prices in 2019

Forecast predicts drop in Denver-area home prices in 2019 Research firm projects declines of more than 30%   Article and video content are from The Denver Channel and can be found by clicking here.   DENVER -- A real estate data company projects Denver's hot housing market will start to cool off in late 2019, with home prices in some areas dropping more than 30 percent.   Location, Inc., a...

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Colorado Association of REALTORS Statewide Market Report for March 2017

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   March brings seasonal spike in new listings across Colorado’s housing market; Median sales price hits record $400,000 for Denver metro single-family home                                                                                                                                http://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/   Key findings from the March 2017 research report include:   46 percent increase in new single-family listings and 32 percent increase in townhouse/condo listings across the state from February to March Despite increase in listings, strong sales keep...

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Active Denver real estate listings fall 50 percent from last year

Active Denver real estate listings fall 50 percent from last year Megan Arellano March 12, 2017   [caption id="attachment_23199" align="alignnone" width="300"] Construction in downtown Denver. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)[/caption]   The number of homes available for sale keeps falling lower and lower, despite new construction.   This time, it’s Colorado Association of Realtors with the eye-popping statistic: The Denver metro area has 50 percent fewer active listings than one year...

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Record low inventory and consistent sales outweigh bump in new listings across Colorado’s housing market

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Record low inventory and consistent sales outweigh bump in new listings across Colorado’s housing market   http://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/   Key findings from the February 2017 research report include: 30 percent increase in new statewide listings offset by strong sales and record low inventory Statewide inventory down nearly 40 percent from one year ago Active listings down 8 percent across the state from January to...

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Colorado REALTOR® Kyle Malnati Named DBJ 40 Under 40 Winner

KYLE MALNATI NAMED AS DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL 40 UNDER 40 WINNER   [caption id="attachment_23035" align="alignleft" width="285"] Kyle Malnati is a Colorado REALTOR® as well as a spokesperson for CAR.[/caption] Denver, CO -- February 22, 2017 – Calibrate Real Estate announces that Kyle Malnati has been selected to the Denver Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2017.   Malnati is broker/owner of Calibrate Real...

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Colorado Springs Inventory Reaches Record Lows

This article is posted in the Colorado Springs Business Journal and was posted by  Cameron Moix on February 14, 2017.   The Colorado Association of Realtors recently released its “Monthly Market Statistical Report,” which found that a record-low inventory continues to dominate the Colorado housing market.   According to the report, active listings across the state remain at historic lows despite the fact that...

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Despite Bump in New Listings, Record Low Inventory Continues to Dominate Colorado’s Housing Market Conditions

Key findings from the January research report include:   Record-low inventory still dominates Colorado market 42 percent increase in January 2017 new listings over December 2016 Sold listings down 28 percent in January due to record-low inventory Active listings remain at historic lows Denver Metro area has just over one-month inventory supply – less than one month for condos and townhomes     ENGLEWOOD,...

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Houses Appraising for Less Than Selling Price

It is a common problem lately in the Denver Metro area, which has seen a decrease in housing inventory and an increase in demand. "There are not enough houses, especially more affordable homes," said Kelly Moye with the Colorado association of REALTORS. "First time homebuyers who don't have a lot of cash are hit the hardest." Watch the 7News Story:   Moye said bidding...