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REALTORS in the News

Summit REALTORS® Raise Over $19,000 for Neighboring Communities Ravaged by Wildfires

The REALTORS® of Summit, Park and Lake Counties recently raised money to support residents who have been evacuated or have lost their homes during the Grand County wildfires Dillon, CO — February 16, 2021 — Summit REALTORS®, the leading advocate of the local real estate industry consisting of Park, Lake, and Summit County members, executed a donation campaign to raise money for those...

Fox 31: Median Home Price in Denver Tops $600K in January 2021

“We have 2,500 units for sale. So condos, townhomes or single family — throughout the entire Front Range — the whole Front Range, that’s it! To give you a feel, we would typically have 14,000 units for sale,” said Boulder-area REALTOR® Kelly Moye. “In Denver, it’s hovering around $600,000. So it’s getting up there. And we saw an appreciation of 9%...

Denver Post: Homes in Short Supply Across Colorado

A combination of historically low interest rates coupled with homebuyers' desire for more space and ability to work remote in the age of COVID have resulted in an unprecedented market in every corner of Colorado. “2020 will go down as the most unpredictable year many of us have ever experienced,” said Colorado Springs-area REALTOR® Patrick Muldoon. Fort Collins REALTOR®...

Unpredictable Factors Deliver Record Setting 2020 Housing Market Across Colorado

ENGLEWOOD, CO – Jan. 13, 2021 – While coronavirus delivered devastating effects on our personal and professionals lives throughout 2020, the oldest laws of supply and demand carried Colorado’s housing market through health-focused restrictions, as well as changing residential and work wants and needs. Coupled with historically low interest rates, the combination of circumstances delivered record-setting results in most measurable...

Denver Post: Low Inventory and High Demand

“There’s not enough inventory,” said Denver-area REALTOR® Matthew Leprino. That's how he described the hot real estate market in the Denver area in which November 2020 had a 0.8-month supply of homes for sale—the first time in recent memory when the market’s supply had fallen below a single month’s worth. Read the full Denver Post article. ...

Trail Gazette: Colorado’s Housing Market in Just One Word – Inventory

“With winter on the horizon and temps falling, Larimer County’s real estate market remains hot,” said Estes Park-area REALTOR® Abbey Pontius. “COVID undoubtedly has put a crimp on the ease of showings, open houses, daily field work, and how we can close transactions, but these are just small speed bumps in the big picture. As we spend more time in...

KOAA: Coronavirus Drives Spike in Sales of Colorado Mountain Homes

The coronavirus hasn't dampened the sale of homes on Colorado's mountain communities. Sales in Telluride and Mountain Pass will likely pass $1 billion. Telluride REALTOR George Harvey said, "It's Biblical." “I was just on a 30-broker Zoom meeting this morning. All from Telluride. And we all said this: We are going to do less business in the next one to two years....