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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
  • CAR Speaks Out Against Racism

    The Colorado Association of REALTORS® does not condone violence or destruction of any kind. However, we absolutely stand peacefully, hand-in-hand with all those who seek and deserve respect, fairness, and the right to equality that America has promised for centuries and that, even now, has not been

  • CAR Remembers Gary Bauer

    It is with great sadness that I the share news of Gary Bauer’s passing on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. As most of you know, Gary diligently served our profession in countless roles through the Jefferson County Association of REALTORS® and then Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®. In addition, Gary w

  • Home Prices Still Rising, Albeit at Slower Pace

    The COVID-19 pandemic may be hitting the economy hard, bringing the highest national unemployment rate since the Great Depression, but median home prices defied the odds and jumped 3.1% year over year last week, according to® housing data for the week ending May 23. That’s double the