Monthly Roundup October: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including Denver 7, 5280, 9News, Westword, Denver Business Journal, The Denver Post, Denverite and The Colorado Sun.

Denver 7 

September home sales: Active listings up, prices up slightly [Video]


How Small Aesthetic Upgrades Are Paying Off Big for Sellers in Denver’s Cooling Real Estate Market

Let’s be clear: Denver is still not a buyer’s market. But with interest rates rising, “gone are the days that a seller can simply put a sign in the yard and expect their home to sell,” the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® declared late this past summer. Read More

9 News 

Tips for navigating the fall housing market [Video]


Denver Average Home Price Up Despite Signs of Buyer's Market: WTF?

Most stats in the just-released October market-trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® point to a shift to a buyer's market after a long period of rising prices and bidding wars. And yet the average price of a detached house in the metro area actually rose from last month, bumping above $745,000. Read More

Denver Business Journal

Denver housing market approaching balance for first time in 16 years, say Realtors®

Denver metro’s housing market continues to creep ever closer to balance, according to the latest monthly report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® (DMAR). The shift is impacting all levels of sales, including the $1 million and up "luxury" category. Read More

The Denver Post

Homes are taking longer to sell in metro Denver while the buyer-seller balance is shifting

Metro Denver home sellers in the spring could reasonably expect to get a listing under contract in a week or less, especially for lower-priced properties. This fall, they should now mentally prepare for a month or more. Read More

Metro Denver home prices increased by $94 per day for a decade, study says

Coloradans with the good fortune to have owned a home in 2011, and with the foresight to have held onto it, reaped some of the biggest home value gains in the country outside of California, according to a study from, a real estate portal. Read More


Denver’s real estate market could balance out for the first time in 16 years

Denver home sellers are having a harder time unloading their properties than they have been in recent years. That means more homes are available for buyers. So does that make this a buyer’s market? Sorry, but not quite yet, according to the October Market Trends Report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors®. Read More

The Colorado Sun

What’s Working: Denver inflation slows to 7.7%, which is still historically high

Remember the good ol’ days of 2015, when housing in Colorado was … affordable? “Affordable” is what researchers at Colorado State University are calling 2015 based on family incomes versus housing prices, interest rates and other factors of what it takes to buy a house. Read More

Fox 31

Report: Denver-area housing market cooling quickly

The Denver-area housing market is rapidly turning course from its recent white-hot pandemic-era buying frenzy. What was once a booming seller’s market has turned course as buyers beset by historic interest rates are waiting longer and paying less, according to the latest market update from the Colorado Association of Realtors. As a result, there are more available homes than there have been in two years. Read More