Buyers jump into to the real estate market as inventory and prices continue their upward trends

DENVER – June 6, 2014 – Signaling the start of the summer buying and selling season, the real estate market for the Denver metro and surrounding area saw increased activity in May as buyers scooped up available inventory despite near record prices.

The pace of home sales picked up during the month of May, as the number of sold properties rose 19 percent month over month. In particular, demand for single-family attached homes saw a marked increase, rising 25 percent over last May.

April Sees More Buyers and Sellers in Denver Metro Real Estate Market

DENVER – May 12, 2014 – More Denver Metro area homes hit the market in April, as buyers and sellers jump into the spring selling season.

April’s active real estate listings were up 6 percent over March, and the number of new listings on the market increased 15 percent month over month. The pace of home sales picked up as well, with the number of sold properties up 16 percent over March.

Denver Metro Real Estate Market Sees Early Start to Selling Season

DENVER – April 18, 2014 – Denver metro area real estate sales picked up significantly in March as buyers got a head start on the selling season.

Sales of residential properties were up 31 percent for March 2014, with an average price of $310,992, up 5% over February. Under contracts also showed strong gains rising by 34 percent, month over month.

Additionally, homes spent less time on the market in March, with the average listing lasting just 47 days, an 8 percent decrease from February.