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Stats & Trends

Record-shattering housing market showed no seasonal differentiation in 2021 Astounding highs and lows likely to continue well into 2022

https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/ ENGLEWOOD, CO – Record-low inventory combined with insatiable buyer demand drove housing prices to record highs in markets across Colorado in 2021, according to the December data and year-end analysis from the Colorado Association of REALTORS®. The resulting activity, prevalent from January through the end of the year in markets across the state, made it nearly impossible to define any...

CAR Receives Strong Performance Ratings Across Programs in 2021 Member Survey

CAR members had the opportunity to complete a survey in October of 2021 that included collecting data on member sentiment on CAR programs and services as well as the industry overall and the issues that impact their business most. Below are preliminary findings. Members give CAR consistently strong job approval ratings. Overall, 68 percent of members give CAR an A...

October Stats Show Worse Inventory, Increased Median Price

CAR’s October 2021 Market Trends reports that the sales price of homes has increased 15% across Colorado since Oct. 2020. Mountain town inventory is down by as much as 41% compared to last year. “It seems the definition can sometimes change from month to month as a relative response to what a ‘normal’ house sells for,” said Durango REALTOR® Jarrod Nixon. He says that...

Denver Housing Market Has Minimal Price Decrease, Inventory Increase in Sept.

Denver’s median sales price was slightly lower in September at $562,000, which is down from June’s $580,000, as inventory on the market increased. A recent FOX31 story used CAR’s monthly Market Trends to report on the latest trends: “Just before the pandemic began, homes were on the market an average seven weeks before they sold. Last month, they lasted two...

Northern Colorado Shows Slower Homes Sales and Decreased Highest Prices

The seasonal slow-down in housing sales returned this year to Northern Colorado. REALTORS® saw the amount of home sales drop almost 20 percent from last year at the same time. There was also a slight decrease in the amount homebuyers are willing to pay over asking price. In September, they paid only 1.3 percent over the listed price. Fort Collins REALTOR® and CAR spokesperson Chris...

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Townhomes & Condo Sales Return, Prices Increase

“While quarantine-limited interaction and the return to ‘normal’ seems to be looming, the stigma of attached living appears, at least for now, to no longer be affected by worry and fear,” Denver-area REALTOR® Matthew Leprino reported in CAR’s monthly Market Trends report. CAR sends this monthly analysis to Colorado news outlets. Townhomes and condos are selling for an average sales price of...

Look for the 2021 CAR Member Survey

We’d like to inform you that the Colorado Association of REALTORS® will be conducting a confidential survey of our members from Monday, October 4th through Sunday, October 17th. All members who complete the survey can choose to be entered to win one of five $100 gift cards. To ensure confidentiality, an independent research firm called American Strategies (www.amstrat.com) will conduct the survey on our behalf. You should receive...

FORT COLLINS, CO, USA - MAY 20, 2016: Aerial view of typical residential neighborhood along Front Range of Rocky Mountains in Colorado in springtime

Summer getaways, back to school activities slow the pace and competition but Colorado’s housing markets remain hot through August

https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/ ENGLEWOOD, CO – Sept. 13, 2021 – End of summer vacations, kids returning to school, and typical seasonal slowdowns did not impact the continued hot housing market across the seven-county Denver metro area and state, according to the latest monthly market data and analysis from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR). Despite anticipated seasonal dips in new listings, under contracts and pending/solds held their own during...

June delivers influx of new housing inventory however, pending sales and closes push median pricing to record highs across Denver metro area and state

REALTORS® seeing some signs of change in markets across Colorado https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/ ENGLEWOOD, CO – July 13, 2021 – A strong month for new listings in June helped give potential homebuyers a little hope and opportunity however, the volume of sales and homes going under contract continued to grow as well pushing the median sales price for single-family homes in the seven-county Denver metro area and statewide to record...

The Colorado Sun: As Colorado’s older homeowners consider moving, a hot housing market often keeps them stuck where they are

Equity in their current homes doesn’t buy what it used to, so some figure the prudent move is to adapt what they have. That makes the market even tighter. For many older adult homeowners, the idea of downsizing or simply moving to a home where the design and layout — plus accompanying financial considerations — makes more sense has run up...