First To Know
Market Stats for Greater Metro Denver
Recent Stats as of May 2023
Single Family Average
Down 7.2% YoY
Down 5.2% YoY
Supply - Active Listings
Active listings experienced a 6.7% increase compared to the previous year but dropped 9.6% when compared to last month. April active listing volume falls just above what we saw in 2022.
4,559 new listings came on the market in April. This metric was down 7.2% compared to last month and down 30% when viewed year-over-year. It is unusual for new listings to decline this time of year.
Demand - Pending Sales
Demand was down 17.3% year-over-year but up 9.1% compared to last month. This data point indicates that, though inventory is low, what is on the market is moving. Of note, when viewed from 2009 to present, on average, pending sales increased by 8% from March to April.
Average Days in MLS
The average number of days on the market decreased to 28 days, representing a 24.3% reduction compared to the previous month, and a substantial 250% year-over-year increase (from an average of 8 days during the same month last year). This data point illustrates that inventory is moving fast.
Percent of Closed Price to List Price
In April, the closed price to list price ratio was 100.3%, a decrease of 6.6% compared to the previous year. This is a considerable change from the extreme height of April 2022 when the ratio was more than 106% – the highest on record.
Greater Metro Denver includes the following counties:
- Arapahoe, Adams, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson
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