Monthly Roundup December: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including Forbes, Denver Business Journal, Denver Post, 9News, Westword, Denverite, Denver Gazette 


Denver Housing Market 2022

The Denver housing market is one of Colorado’s most active as the state capital is home to many employers and is one of the Mountain West’s largest cities. Read More

Denver Business Journal

Colorado housing market sees more pronounced seasonal challenges in 2022

The seasonal slowdown in Colorado’s housing market is more pronounced this year due to the added influence of high interest rates and economic uncertainty heading into 2023. Read More

Denver Post

The multifamily construction boom in Colorado

Developers in Colorado are on track to pull more construction permits this year for multifamily homes than for single-family homes, something that hasn’t happened before. But condos are largely missing in that record surge and with them an opportunity to provide more affordable housing options for first-time buyers. Read More

Metro Denver home sales tumbled again in November despite lower mortgage rates

The median price for a single-family home that sold was $615,000, a 0.92% decrease from October and a 2.5% gain over the past year. The median price of a condo or townhome rose 1.23% during the month to $410,000, a 5.13% gain from November 2021. Read More


How Denver’s real estate market changed in 2022

The Colorado housing market had already been hot for several years prior to the pandemic. Then COVID-19 hit, and throughout the next two years, the market exploded as interest rates dropped, and buyers flooded the market. Read More


Denver Home Sales Report December 2022 Update

Nearly every metric in the December market-trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors suggests that local home prices should be dropping. But a new survey reveals that both the average and median tags for a detached house in the Denver area have slipped by less than 1 percent from the previous month and remain above their level a year ago. Read More


Denver house prices are still up from this time last year -- though they are dropping

The Denver metro real estate market is staying cool as 2022 comes to a close. Properties are being listed for longer, and home prices are up nearly 5% from this time last year. Sellers, as they typically do, are waiting till the New Year to put their homes on the market. Read More  

Denver Gazette 

November market slows for Denver real estate

Denver's home sales market continued the "slow down" trend seen for the last couple months in November, according to the most recent Market Trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors. But then again, real estate tends to slow in November and December as thoughts turn to holidays and shopping, experts agree. Read More


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