Monthly Roundup December: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including The Denver Post, National Mortgage News, Denverite, The Denver Business Journal, Professional Builder, Denver7, 5280, The Business Den, Westword and KOA.

January 2, 2020

The Denver Post

Metro Denver homeowners aren’t in a selling mood as new listings plunge

If buyers were expecting a bounty of homes to choose from this holiday season, they are going to be sorely disappointed. Sellers are playing the grinch as 2019 draws to a close. Read More​

National Mortgage News

Denver homeowners not in a selling mood as new listings plunge

If buyers were expecting a bounty of homes to choose from this holiday season, they are going to be sorely disappointed. Sellers are playing the grinch as 2019 draws to a close. Read More

Denverite

Why those Union Station apartment buildings haven’t gone condo

A Denverite reader asked: “Do all the apartment buildings recently built around Union Station already have condo maps filed on them so they can be converted one day?” “No,” is the short response. Read More

The Denver Business Journal

All signs in the Denver metro point to a sellers' market. But potential sellers are holding off.

A residential supply crunch has industry experts pegging Denver as a sellers' market. But many would-be sellers are choosing to remain on the sidelines. Read More

Deals & Dealmakers: Downtown Parker land sale falls apart; spec industrial project coming north of Denver ​

Welcome to another week of Deals & Dealmakers. I'm handling this column while commercial real estate reporter Andrew Dodson is on vacation. He'll be back next week, so if you want your team’s deals featured in our weekly roundup, email him at adodson@bizjournals.com. Read More

Professional Builder

Denver Sellers Are Holding Back: Here’s Why

Homebuyers beware: The pickings are slim in Denver. Despite a housing shortage pushing prices up, sellers in the Mile High City are pausing at putting their house on the market. To some the price isn’t right, and the timing is off. They’d rather hold off until spring, often seen as a better selling season. Read More

Denver7

Steep drop in Denver area home listings in November

Home listings are dropping in Denver, but is it just a seasonal slump or a sign of a larger trend? On Tuesday, the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR) released a report which shows that new home listings dropped 32.7% in November from the previous month. Read More

5280

It’s Slim Pickings for Houses in Denver Right Now

“It’s still a seller’s market.” That’s according to Jill Schafer, chair of the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR) Market Trends Committee and Kentwood Real Estate broker. Read More

The Business Den

$11.6M mansion sale in Cherry Hills Village is area’s highest since 2008

James Crowe, former Level 3 Communications CEO, sold his estate at 5000 E. Quincy Ave. in Cherry Hills Village for $11.63 million after listing the 9-acre property at least three times. Read More

Westword

Op Ed: Five Things to Know for Short-Term Rental Investment Properties in Denver

The City of Denver and other Colorado municipalities are cracking down on short-term rentals to limit the impact STRs have on neighborhoods, despite the rise in popularity of online platforms that facilitate such rentals. Read More

KOA

Demand Outpacing Supply 

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