Home sellers’ market continues in Denver

real estate4New home listings flooded into the market in January, with 3,964 homes going on sale during the month, an increase of 62% from the 2,450 homes on the market in December. But when compared to last year, the number of new listings in January dropped by 5%, indicative of continued tightness in single-family home inventory. The number of total active listings in the metro area dropped to 5,152, 4% lower than in December and 26% lower than in January 2014.
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Nearly 500 homes headed for Marathon Oil site in Littleton

home1Two homebuilders that purchased land within the 77-acre Marathon Oil redevelopment site in Littleton are planning a combined 461 homes there. The site has been renamed Littleton Village and is situated at South Broadway at East Dry Creek Road. Littleton Village is zoned for retail and office uses as well, and is Littleton’s largest redevelopment site, having been vacant since Marathon Oil closed its facility there in 2000.
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Colorado property values show big two-year increase

real estate2The value of residential and business property in Colorado has increased significantly over the past two years. Residential property values are up 14.3%, while commercial property values are 9.4% higher, according to the state Division of Property Taxation.
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Denver metro home prices have jolly December

Sold PictureInstead of slowing down as the market often does near the holidays, December brought with it a record-high average sales prices for homes in the metro area of $339,636 – up 11% over December 2013. The number of active listings in metro Denver dropped by 27% to 5,352 in December from the previous year, while the number of new listings increased by only 1% year-over-year. The average amount of time a home spent on the market also dropped, from 55 days a year ago to 39 days in December 2014.
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Denver metro homes gain $26 billion in value in 2014

real estate2Homes in the Denver metro area gained $26 billion in total value in 2014, a 9.5%. This was one of the largest increases in total value among the 35 top metropolitan areas analyzed, according to Zillow. Denver ranked fifth among the metropolitan areas in increases of total value. November home values in Denver were up 11% from home values in November 2013, to a median home value of $274,200 and median rents of $1,801.
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Metro Denver home prices reach new high, but appreciation is slowing

real estate2Denver-area home prices reached another milestone in September. The latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices showed that metro Denver prices were up 6.2% from September 2013 and up 0.2% from August. In Denver-Aurora, the index was estimated at 156.60, which means the home prices in September were, on average, 56.60% higher than they were in the benchmark month. This is the seventh straight month of record-high prices in metro Denver.
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Front Range rents riding fast escalator up, especially in Aurora

rental2Aurora, Colorado Springs and Denver all are reporting some of the fastest rent increases in the country. Apartment List surveyed rental listings in 100 cities across the country to measure changes from October 2013 to October 2014. Of the three Colorado cities included in the survey, all made the top 10, with Aurora landing at No. 1. One-bedroom rents rose 11.5% in Aurora, and two-bedroom rents were up 10.4% the past year.
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