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June Brings Inventory and Price Relief to Colorado’s Housing Market

Following record-setting May, opportunities expand for buyers as appreciation cools and inventory improves ENGLEWOOD, CO. – July 11, 2019 – After reaching record highs for median pricing and new listings across the Denver metro region and state housing markets in May, a slight cooling in June - similar to what has happened in June the past two years - helped create a few more opportunities...

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Spring Season Beginning to Emerge After Slow First Quarter

Epic winter snowfall, bomb cyclone create ripple effect on statewide housing markets Spring season beginning to emerge after slow first quarter https://www.coloradorealtors.com/market-trends/regional-and-statewide-statistics/   ENGLEWOOD, CO. – April 10, 2019 – An historic mid-March “bomb cyclone” weather event, coupled with epic Colorado snow totals, tempered the typical fast start to the spring housing market in Denver and across the state, according to the latest...

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Winter adds to slowing home sales in Pueblo

Single-family home sales across the state were down 3.9 percent in February from a year ago, according to Colorado Association of REALTORS® data. They were down 5.1 percent in January and February combined.   In Pueblo County, the drop was steeper. Single-family home sales were down 24 percent last month from February 2018. They were down 15 percent for January and February...

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Home Sales Dropping Across Much of Colorado

The Colorado Association of REALTORS® recently reported that the number of single-family home listings sold in Colorado dropped 14.6 percent in September compared to the same month a year earlier. Sales of townhouses and condos dropped 15.2 percent.   The Denver Post reports that metro Denver area year-over-year single-family home sales in September fell 15.8 percent.   Elsewhere, home sales fell 26.7 percent in...

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Home sales slid across Colorado in September

Home sales aren't just slumping big in metro Denver, they are dropping across much of Colorado and in what were some of the hottest markets in the country.   Existing home sales in the United States fell 3.4% in August from September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.15 million. Year-over-year, they are down 4.1%, according to an update Friday from...

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What $1 million will buy you in today’s Denver housing market

Denver's housing market is hot and everyone knows it. But how far does your dollar really go these days?   Currently there are fewer homes for sale now compared with a year ago, and that low supply means higher prices. According to the Colorado Association of REALTORS®,  the median home price in the Denver metro area was $440,000 in July, significantly more than the...

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Which City is Better: Denver or Colorado Springs?

DENVER -- Denver and Colorado Springs — are we rivals or friends? And which city is better to live in?   Several recent surveys are giving the nod to Colorado Springs.   U.S. News and World Report ranked Colorado Springs as the second-best place to live in 2018, and the most desirable city in the country. Meanwhile, Denver was ranked as the third-best place to live and...

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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...

First-Time Home Buyers Learn to Move Quickly in Tight Markets

With the competitive housing market first time home buyers are having to endure a tough fight to fulfill their dreams of becoming homeowners.  Jay Gupta a CAR spokesperson told the New York Times just how tight the current housing market is.   Gupta said that forty people attended an open house in Colorado Springs that was only open for three-hours long...