The Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Monthly Market Statistical Reports are prepared by 10K Research and Marketing and 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 Colorado Association of REALTORS® appoints and trains REALTOR® members as market trends spokespeople in areas throughout Colorado. CAR Spokespeople are always available to speak to the media about an array of market and housing topics. If you would like to speak to a CAR spokesperson or have other questions about Housing Statistics and Research, please contact us and we can refer you to a REALTOR member market trends spokesperson who can best provide you with the information you need.
If you are interested in speaking to a local association about market conditions in a specific area of Colorado, click below to see a list of the local REALTOR® associations in the state of Colorado.
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.
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