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Market Trends

Housing Statistics & Research for Colorado REALTORS®

Free, accurate real estate market reports that help YOU establish yourself as the expert in your area.

Our statistics Program closely monitors and analyzes trends in the state and local real estate industry. We publish monthly updates on facts and statistics that directly impact Colorado REALTORS and their clients.


CAR Offers:

  • Monthly Housing Statistics by County
  • State Housing Statistics
  • Colorado Real Estate Snapshot
  • Colorado Foreclosure Data
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The Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Monthly Market Statistical Reports are based on data provided by Multiple Listing Services (MLS) in Colorado. These reports represent all MLS-listed residential real estate transactions in the state. The metrics do not include “For Sale by Owner” transactions or all new construction.

Statewide and Housing Statistics by County

From the Blog
  • Coming Soon Listings

    Are They Illegal or Immoral? BY CAR GENERAL COUNSEL SCOTT PETERSON   I am convinced that “Coming Soon” listings will forever be a source of REALTOR® frustration and confusion in the State of Colorado.  Regardless of the market cycle, transaction velocity or geographic location, I hear fre

  • The Vallagio Case

    How a Supreme Court Ruling May Impact the Housing Market in Colorado BY CAR GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MANAGER ELIZABETH PEETZ   As summer heats up after another successful legislative session at the State Capitol (don’t forget to check out CAR’s top five successes blog post on our website for more

  • Inventory remains top of mind in sizzling housing market

    What will homebuyers sacrifice just to get in on a piece of the action? BY CAR SPOKESPERSON MATTHEW LEPRINO   The Denver real estate market has recently become a hotbed of conflicting cause-and-effect discussion. Our condominium regulations (construction defects reform) have gained national att