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Nationally We Need 4.5 Million More Housing Units

Here are some great national housing stats and I am watching these too to see how Denver compares with trends nationally. · Zonda reported that their first quarter New Home Lot Supply Index dropped 20% from a year earlier down to 38.6. 100 re...

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City and County Market Trends Reports | MAY ’22

New Listings were up 9.4 percent for single family homes but decreased 9.1 percent for townhouse-condo properties. Under Contracts increased 8.2 percent for single family homes but decreased 6.6 percent for townhouse-condo properties. The Me...

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Denver’s Biggest Events for June 2022

Lord Huron with Black Pumas at Red Rocks and Mission Ballroom (June 1–3, 2022) – This indie rock band is playing in two hot venues over three nights. Five Points Jazz Festival (June 4, 2022) – This free festival takes place...

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Real Estate Market Trends Report | MAY ’22

April 2022 real estate showed that sellers are eager to get their homes on the market during prime seasonality, and buyers shouldn’t sit on the sidelines. While inventory is on the rise, so are prices. The average price of a single-family ...

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Denver architecture: Collegiate Gothic

Denver architecture: Collegiate Gothic Collegiate Gothic is most evident on large institutional and educational buildings around Colorado.  It combines elements of the Gothic Revival style with the Jacobean/Elizabethan Style.  It is ch...

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May 2022 Market Trends Report Out Now

“While buyers may be thinking they overpaid if they bought two months ago, this is not the case,” commented Andrew Abrams, Chair of the DMAR Market Trends Committee and Metro Denver Realtor®. “They likely got a slightly lower interest ra...

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Digging Deeper: April 2022 Records

April 2022 was yet another record-breaking month. In this report, the DMAR Market Trends Committee examined the various records broken in this month. ACTIVE LISTINGS (Attached) 759 represents the lowest April on record. The previous rec...

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