Real Estate Analysis and Commentary in Littleton

May 14th, 2021 1:22 PM
The 2021 selling and buying season is off to a very active start in the Denver Metro area. Fueled by strong demand and low inventory, the Average Closed Price for homes is at an all-time high. Sellers have picked up the pace, bringing more homes to the market for buyers. Still, inventory levels remain very low with homes spending a median of only four days on the market. The housing market across Colorado showed incredible year-over-year growth. This time last year, home buyers and sellers were adapting to strict physical-distancing measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, which greatly impacted the housing market. 

*This data was gathered from RE Colorado and the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR)








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April 12th, 2021 11:23 AM
Demand remains strong across the Denver Metro Area this March with more homes closed than any other March on record. The number of New Listings picked up from last month, with sellers are bringing more homes for sale to the Denver Metro market, but inventory remains scare. March ended with only one week of inventory and fewer than 2,000 Active listings. Throughout the month, we saw 5,169 closings and 5,783 contracts written on listings. Strong demand pushed home prices higher once again, with the average price of a single-family home up 15% from last year to $588,009.


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