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REALTORS in the News

Springs Housing Market Stays Strong Amid Seasonal Challenges

“September 2019 was another strong month for the Colorado Springs-area housing market for single-family/patio homes,” Colorado Springs REALTOR Jay Gupta said. " “Our average sales price was $368,430, with the median sales price of $325,500, and a 1.5-month supply of inventory,” Gupta said. “Since buyers generally purchase properties offering competitive values, 42 percent of El Paso and 31 percent...

Brian Urdiales, Metro District Chair-Elect for CAR, Running for Fort Morgan City Council Seat

REALTOR and Metro District Chair-elect for CAR, Brian Urdiales is seeking the Fort Morgan City Council District #1 seat in next month's election. The Fort Morgan Times recently profiled Urdiales. Brian Urdiales sees his candidacy for the Ward 1 Fort Morgan City Council seat as a natural progression from his involvement in politics, particularly his time on the city’s...

Colorado Association of REALTORS® honors Bob Fullerton as REALTOR® of the Year; Select members throughout state also honored for distinguished service

Bob Fullerton with family and friends after winning the 2019 REALTOR of the Year Award.   Bob Fullerton, managing broker for ERA New Age in Rifle, Colo., was named Colorado REALTOR® of the Year by the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) at its 99th annual convention in Beaver Creek, Colo.   The award is the most prestigious award given to a CAR member and...

Colorado Association of REALTORS® Announces 2019-2020 Leadership; Janene Johnson Installed as Chairman

The Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) installed its 2019-2020 Leadership Council during the organization’s 99th annual State Conference in Beaver Creek, Colo. last week.      Janene Johnson, broker/owner of Real Estate of Winter Park in Winter Park, Colo. was inducted as chairman of the Colorado Association of REALTORS®, a role she will assume from Dec. 1, 2019 through Nov. 30, 2020.   Johnson...

Boulder Housing Market Stays Steady

Kelly Moye, a Broomfield-based RE/MAX Alliance Realtor and former president of the Boulder Area Realtor Association, told the Boulder Daily Camera, “It’s staying really steady. There are no huge dips or increases in home prices.” Only when prices go down more than 3% do people begin to take notice, Moye said. Sellers received almost 99% of the listed price for...

September Housing Market Trends: Home Sales Decline as Colorado Housing Markets Work to Find Their Sweet Spot Amid Seasonal Challenges

Regional and Statewide Statistics Contact:  Marty Schechter for CAR 303-882-4585 cell marty@schechterpr.com ENGLEWOOD, CO. – Oct. 10, 2019 – Single-family home sales across the state fell more than 14 percent from August to September but remain up 9.1 percent over September 2018 in the seven-county Denver metro area and 5.3 percent statewide, according to the latest monthly market data from the Colorado Association of...

Boulder County Single-Family Home Sales Flat Year to Date

“Boulder County home real estate market is balancing out,” said CAR Spokesperson Kelly Moye. “For a long time, it has been a seller’s market. The current scenario provides more room for negotiation for potential buyers. The Boulder County housing market is still not bad,” Moye said. “We are going to hold OK.” Read the full Boulder Daily Camera article. ...

Housing lined up with a short fence lining the bright green grass on a summer day

Who Are The People Who Can Actually Afford Denver-Boulder’s High Rents And Mortgages?

Colorado’s homeownership has fallen from 71.2 percent in 2005 to 65.1 percent in 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Homebuilders lag way behind in constructing new places to live. In 2018, companies received permits to construct 29,114 single family detached homes, 38 percent lower than the 40,140 permits in 2005. But back then, there was 1 million fewer people...