Colorado Association of REALTORS | Denver Post: Colorado’s housing market redefines Rocky Mountain high in April
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Denver Post: Colorado’s housing market redefines Rocky Mountain high in April

May 25 2021

Denver Post: Colorado’s housing market redefines Rocky Mountain high in April

Median price of a single-family home sold last month tops $500,000

The median of a single-family home sold in Colorado crossed above $500,000 for the first time ever in April and is running at an elevation 1.5 times higher than the U.S. median, according to a monthly update from the Colorado Association of Realtors.

“For the short term, there is no calm in sight. It’s a real estate storm and buying frenzy that does not appear to be burning out soon,” said Colorado Springs Realtor Patrick Muldoon in comments accompanying the report.

The median sales price represents the midpoint, or where half the homes sell for more and half sell for less. Colorado’s midpoint reached $502,000 for single-family homes last month, pushed up by a 19.5% price gain the past year.

Read the rest of this story in the Denver Post.

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