Prices are trickling down and inventory is moving up, both good signs for buyers. Read on to see what is happening with the market and if better days lie ahead for buyers or for sellers.
How Low Can It Go? Record low inventory is driving the Denver real estate market. Real estate inventory is down over 70% from average. What effect is that having on the market?
Metro Denver real estate prices are up over 20% (about $90,000) from this time last year. What is driving these prices? Is now the best time to sell or will it get better for sellers?
Denver real estate market sees record low inventory go even lower and record high prices go even higher. When will inventory come back to restore a balanced market?
Record low inventory in the Denver area continues. Prices reach all time highs, sellers see bidding wars, appraisal gaps, escalation clauses…
Record Low Inventory In Denver Keeps Prices Steady As New Listings Go Under Contract In Days With Multiple Offers. See the numbers and learn what’s next.
December was another strong month for the Denver Metro Area housing market. Throughout the month 5,113 homes closed, more than any other December.
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