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October 2016 Home Price Report Denver Co

Nov 02, 2016

Average Home Price & 
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Average Home Price 
& Monthly Housing Report

Last month we saw a second consecutive drop in the 'average home price'. Around Labor Day, sales activity was slower than earlier this summer, but as the month moved-on demand increased and sales remained very steady.

Average home prices dropped nearly 4% since their highs of mid-summer. This would suggest that demand has weakened, but that's not the entire picture. Market inventory increased about 800 units since July (and is holding), so demand has actually increased by comparison to late spring and summer when inventory was scarce.

Prices increased for both condos and townhomes, and they are up nearly two percent. Because condo and townhome prices are more affordable than houses (barely), demand has been somewhat stronger. That said, the gap between condo prices and homes continues to erode.

Interest rates are holding steady at their all-time lows. The outlook is for rates is that they will remain stable throughout the election. This should keep buyer demand fairly steady for now.

Till next month.

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Average Home Price & Solds Graphs

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Average Home Price, Inventory, & Days-On-The-Market Graph

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Category: Market Reports

Michael Dagner


Michael Dagner is a real estate professional in Denver, Colorado.