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Housing affordability at its lowest ever for Colorado markets

ENGLEWOOD, CO. – Nov. 12, 2018 – With a continuation of the typical seasonal slowdown across most of Colorado’s local housing markets in October, overall affordability appears to be taking center stage as median housing prices continue to increase fueled by reduced inventory, an uptick in interest rates, and the median income of potential homebuyers, according to the latest monthly...

Colorado homebuyers may be getting a touch of relief in seesaw housing markets

https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Oct. 10, 2018 – Colorado homebuyers may be feeling a little bit of relief as a combination of seasonal and market factors have helped to slow down the fast-paced, over asking price sales and hold steady or even drop the median sales price in many parts of the metro area and state. Yet, some of the state’s...

Opcity and Move, Inc./realtor.com

Move, Inc./realtor.com to acquire Opcity

Move, Inc./realtor.com has recently annouced their agreement to acquire Opcity, a leading market real estate technology platform that matches potential home buyers and sellers with real estate professionals in a real time setting.   This news adds to the other benefits that Move, Inc./realtor.com offers and they consider this a great investment to their partners and the real estate sphere as a...

Evidence of Denver housing market slowdown; changes happening in Denver metro and statewide

https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Aug. 10, 2018 – An early peak housing season – April/May – has been met with an earlier than normal seasonal slowdown as buyer and seller behavior is changing amid the latest market conditions, according to the July 2018 statewide housing data from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR).   With enough evidence building to demonstrate a change is...

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Summer Heat: Denver Residential Real Estate Market Stays Hot

Scant inventory is keeping the Denver residential real estate market red hot. Denver homes continue to sell extremely quickly and there are a lot fewer homes for sale now compared with a year ago. That low supply means higher prices. According to the Colorado REALTORS® Association, the median home price in the Denver metro area is $440,000, significantly more than the nationwide metro median...

Summer slowdown or shift in the housing market?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Summer slowdown or shift in the housing market? https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/   ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – July 12, 2018 – With median and average sales prices continuing to rise due to ongoing inventory issues, other key measurements of the housing market have buyers, sellers and REALTORS® asking the same seasonal question; is this the typical summer slowdown or are we seeing a shift in...

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Is Home Inventory Really So Dismal in Denver? Not Exactly

By Kelcey McClung  – Reporter, Denver Business Journal   May saw both a slight bump in inventory and a minute decline in median price of homes for sale in Denver, according to the Colorado Association of REALTORS®.   Both the median and average price of a single-family residence in the seven-county metro area dipped less than one percent from April to May – $435,000 and $515,204,...

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Aurora Housing Inventory — Yes, There’s More But Not Enough

Posted by Marty Schechter on June 16, 2018   The Merry Month of May delivered strong seasonal increases in new listings for single-family residences and condos in both the seven-county Denver metro area and the state.   However, home buyers continue to face the same scenario that has dominated the state’s housing markets throughout the past year. Strong sales and record-high median pricing of both single-family homes...

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Is Our Housing Market Changing?

By Matthew Leprino   Everybody wants to know when the market is going to change. When will the buyers once again be in control of price, time on market, inspection objections and ultimately, their ability to be picky? When will the era of sellers dictating the majority of the terms, starting to pack before they even list their home and ultimately, a...