Monthly Roundup September: DMAR in the News

Our Association caught the attention of several major media outlets this month including Wtop News, Denver 7, Colorado Public Radio, The Denver Post, Calculated Risk Blog, The Daily Sentinel, Westword, The Denver Herald, 5280 and Bankrate.

Wtop News

Denver Real Estate Housing Market Forecasts and Trends 2021-2022

The U.S. housing market in 2021 has been a year full of low interest rates, eager buyers and low inventory of homes on the market. Denver is no exception, especially as it continues to attract young professionals, growing families and others to its location on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Read More

Denver 7

August housing sales: sales and inventory down [Video]

New company wants to build affordable, transportable homes in shipping containers Sometimes, dreaming big means starting small. In a rundown car wash off of Colfax, a brightly colored shipping container looks a bit out of place. Read More 

Colorado Public Radio

It Took Homes 11 Days To Sell In Denver In August. That Might Be A Sign That The Market Is Slowing

Home sales in the Denver metro are slowing, giving some buyers a chance to jump into what has been a highly competitive market for more than a year. In August, houses sat on the market for an average of 11 days, according to a new report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors®. That may not sound like a lot, but it’s an increase from nine days in July. Read More

The Denver Post

Denver home prices drift lower for a second month from peak hit in June

The median price of a home or condo sold in metro Denver fell for a second month in August, and prices are now back to levels seen in April, according to a monthly update from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors®. Read More

Calculated Risk Blog

Denver Real Estate in August: Sales Down 15% YoY, Active Inventory Down 35% YoY

 I'm tracking data for many local markets around the U.S. I think it is especially important to watch inventory this year. Read More

The Daily Sentinel

Denver lost 'loose grip' on inventory in August, Realtors® group says 

Denver’s red-hot housing market may be experiencing an autumn slowdown as the market lost its "loose grip" on housing inventory last month, according to some local Realtors®. Read More

Westword

Denver Home Prices Still Sky-High, but Some Reasons for Hope

The September market report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® includes both tough realities and (modest) reasons for optimism. Prices for single-family detached homes remain higher than at this time last year, but they've dipped a bit from last month. Still, there are fewer properties available, raising concerns that the prices will remain high during a season when they typically soften. Read More

The Denver Herald

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

5280

Colorado Springs Has One of America’s Hottest Real Estate Markets

Over the last year and a half, Denver’s housing market has been in a frenzy, with record-breaking low inventory and surging home prices month after month. These trends, though, have also been true in other parts of the state. Notably, our neighbors to the south, in Colorado Springs, recently gained national attention for their own wild real estate climate. Read More

Bankrate

Best Denver mortgage lenders in 2021

If you want to buy a new home in Denver, you’re going to need to follow a key strategy: act fast. Homes in Denver are only on the market for an average of six days, according to real estate brokerage Redfin. Those sellers aren’t just taking the first offer they receive, either: Many homes get multiple offers. Read More