Monthly Roundup August: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including Denver Post, BusinessDen, 9News, 5280 Home, The Center Square, US News, The Denver Business Journal, Littleton Independent, August Free Press and Colorado Politics.

Denver Post

Metro Denver’s housing market hits the brakes in July

Metro Denver’s housing market slowed in July, with closings down from June and the inventory of available homes remaining tight but rising at a record rate, according to the monthly Market Trends Report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors®. Read More


Denver’s hot housing market showed signs of cooling in July

There was a 30 percent increase in inventory and a 12 percent decrease…Read More 


Denver's hot housing market signals return to normalcy

Frustrated would-be homebuyers who gave up on their search this spring may find more success now – a new market trends report by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® (DMAR) found. Read More

5280 Home

Why Realtors® Think Denver-Area Homes Are Selling for Way Above Asking Price

Husband-and-wife Justin and Amanda Choi sold their Berkeley home for 20 percent over the asking price back in April. The home, listed for $645,000, received dozens of offers and was under contract in just four days for $775,000. Read More

The Center Square

Denver housing market increases inventory, but demand continues to push prices upward

According to the latest monthly market report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® (DMAR), Denver’s housing stock is still 37% below last year’s levels. Meanwhile, the average sales price of a home has increased by nearly 17%. Read More

US News 

What Is Dual Agency?

In a hot seller's market, a homebuyer will try just about anything to get a leg up on the competition and – when possible – strike a deal in their favor. Talk of escalation clauses, appraisal contingency waivers and cash offers becomes the norm. Some people even look into dual agency as a way to appeal to the selling side. Read More

The Denver Business Journal

Why a new type of housing development in markets like Denver has become 'the hottest topic' in real estate

Billions of dollars are flowing into single-family rental homes, an asset class that rose to prominence in the aftermath of the Great Recession and is now at the center of another boom. Read More

Littleton Independent

Families being priced out of metro-Denver housing market

It is no surprise that local families are feeling frustrated and burned out in the current housing market, as national economist Elliot Eisenberg says Colorado is going through a “California problem.” Read More 

August Free Press

Home seller leads across U.S. see houses sell for thousands above listing price

Home seller leads increased during the pandemic housing boom as several states see properties sell above asking price. While the lockdown decreased profits for most business owners, the real estate market has surged. Read More

Colorado Politics

Number of available metro Denver homes ticks up

While the number of Denver-area homes available for sale in July increased 30% from the previous month, it’s still far below normal inventory levels for a market of the Mile High City's size. That’s according to the most recent Market Trends Report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors®. Read More