Uncategorized September 11, 2023

August 2023 Denver Market Overview | School slump

This time of year the housing market tends to see a drop in activity as people get their final summer vacations in and plan for the upcoming school year.   This year followed suit.  Both closed units and volume dropped by 2% in August as Summer came to an end and schools are back in session.   Closed-to-list crept down to 99.46%.  Inventory remains low and Buyers are viewing more homes before making a decision as days on market increased.


The median price of a Denver Metro area home was $582,000 in August 2023, which shows a slight 1.36% decrease month over month and a slight 1.22% increase year over year.


Bullet points with August stats:

~ The median sold price for single family homes (including attached and detached) in August is $582,000 which shows a 1.36% decrease from last month (July) and a slight 1/22% increase from August 2022.

~ The average number of days on MLS in August 2023 was 26 days, which shows a 13.04% increase from last month (July) and a 36.84%  increase from last year in August.

~ Active listings at month end are 6858.  This shows a 8.87% increase from last month (July) and a 1.17% decrease from last year in August.

~ Average active listings in August are 15,900 (from 1985-2022).  The record high July was in 2006 with 31,664 and the record low was in 2021 with 3582.  August 2023 shows active listings at month end of 6858.


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