Denver actual property market shifting towards patrons’ favor, new report reveals


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The Denver metro housing market is taking a flip to profit the client.

  • “Gone are the times {that a} vendor can merely put an indication within the yard and anticipate their residence to promote,” the Denver Metro Affiliation of Realtors reviews.

By the numbers: The variety of houses available on the market in July topped 7,300 — a 22% improve from June and a 81% spike from a 12 months in the past, based on the affiliation’s newest market developments report set for launch right now.

  • The variety of closed gross sales decreased 21% from the prior month, and the variety of common days available on the market is now 13 (a 30% improve).
  • One other major indicator of a brand new panorama is the truth that houses are closing at their record costs.

Sure, however: By historic requirements, the market just isn’t pretty much as good for patrons because it could possibly be.

  • There are nonetheless 2,000 fewer houses on the market in comparison with three years in the past.

What they’re saying: “It is beginning to appear to be a recession, however it might be simply the slowdown out there we have all been hoping for,” Nicole Rueth, a mortgage firm chief, tells Axios Denver.


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