Monthly Roundup October: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including Business Den, Denver7, The Denver Post, The Denver Business Journal and 5280.

October 31, 2019

Business Den

The Herd: New hires, departures and promotions 10.2.19

"The 2019-2020 board of directors for Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®: chairman, Euan Graham with Madison & Co. Properties; chair-elect, Mike Papantonakis with Re/Max Alliance; vice chair, Milford Adams with Lyon Realty; immediate past chair, Heather Heuer with Liv Sotheby’s..." Read More

Denver7

Denver is still a seller’s market but it’s getting better for buyers, Realtors say

"Homes are taking longer to sell in the Denver area, but it’s still very much a seller’s market. That’s the message from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®, which just released home sales data for the month of September..." Read More

The Denver Post 

Metro Denver home sales take another tumble in September, but it’s not yet a “buyer’s market”

"But she dismissed calls that buyers now have the upper hand. “There have been changes, but we have not shifted to a buyer’s market. Let me repeat that. We have not shifted to a buyer’s market,” Schafer said in an opinion included with the report..." Read More

The Denver Business Journal 

Cherry Creek North continues to command top condo sales across the Denver area (Photos)

"For the third quarter, only one unit at the Laurel made the top 25 — a 3,014-square-foot, three-bed, four-bath unit that sold for just under $4 million. But 10 other condo units scattered across a handful of developments located in the high-end Cherry Creek North district made this quarter’s top sales list, according to data prepared by the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® and REcolorado..." Read More

5280

Denver’s Housing Inventory Is Up—Which Means Buyers Are Taking Their Time

"According to the latest data from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®, single-family homes are staying on the market an average of 33 days, an 18 percent increase from last year. Condos are also staying on the market for 33 days, a 38 percent increase from last year..." Read More