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Coming Soon Listings

Are They Illegal or Immoral? BY CAR GENERAL COUNSEL SCOTT PETERSON   I am convinced that “Coming Soon” listings will forever be a source of REALTOR® frustration and confusion in the State of Colorado.  Regardless of the market cycle, transaction velocity or geographic location, I hear frequently from our members about the “Coming Soon” rider occasionally (often?) seen on broker signs in a...

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Median sales price of Colorado homes up 10 percent over last year while available listings dip 37 percent statewide

Key findings from the April 2017 research report include:   Following a dramatic increase in new listings in March 2017, April saw a small decline in the number of new listings for single-family and townhome/condos across the state. Median sales price for a single-family home in the Denver metro area hit another record high, $404,900. Statewide, the median sales price for...

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Despite Bump in New Listings, Record Low Inventory Continues to Dominate Colorado’s Housing Market Conditions

Key findings from the January research report include:   Record-low inventory still dominates Colorado market 42 percent increase in January 2017 new listings over December 2016 Sold listings down 28 percent in January due to record-low inventory Active listings remain at historic lows Denver Metro area has just over one-month inventory supply – less than one month for condos and townhomes     ENGLEWOOD,...

Market Trends Image Depicting Statewide Listings

Colorado median sales prices rise 10 percent in 2016

Market playing out low inventory, high demand theme. While the median price of a Colorado home remained flat in December 2016 at $315,000, buyers and sellers experienced a 10 percent increase in the median sales price over the course of the year, according to the latest statewide housing report from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR). With a median sales price...

Demand and Low Inventory Keep Prices Flat for Single Family

Despite typical seasonal and market factors, strong demand and record low inventory keep median sales prices for single-family homes flat while condo/townhouse prices reach a new high. While temperatures across Colorado remained more summer-like than fall throughout November, traditional seasonal real estate market slowdowns were met head-on by strong consumer demand and a continued shortage of inventory, according to the latest...

Shrinking Inventory Driving Factor in Colorado Markets

Single family and townhouse/condo listings down more than 30 percent since July peak. While the median sales price for single-family homes and townhouse/condominium units between September and October 2016 remained relatively flat, $337,000 and $252,000 respectively, a shrinking inventory of active listings across the state continues to play a significant role in the overall housing market, according to the latest statewide...

Inventory Remains Key Factor in Markets Across the State

Median sales price for Colorado’s single-family homes dips for second time in three months while condominium/townhouse prices increase. The median sales price of a single-family home in Colorado has dropped for the second time in the past three months to $336,700. The one percent dip comes on the heels of a flat August and a nearly 3 percent dip reflected in...

News: Zillow to Pay $3.5B in Trulia Acquisition

Zillow, Inc. announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trulia, Inc. for $3.5 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction, which is expected to close in 2015. The combined company will keep both the Zillow and Trulia consumer brands and will see Trulia CEO Pete Flint maintaining his position, though he will report to Zillow CEO Spencer...

DORA Releases Position on Coming Soon Listings

At the most recent Colorado Real Estate Commission meeting held on June 3, 2014, the Commission adopted Commission Position CP-44 regarding  advertising properties as "coming soon" to the market. CP-44 outlines a broker's obligation to exercise reasonable skill and care when advising a seller or landlord of the advantages or disadvantages of different marketing methods.  Further, the manner in which the...