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Market Stats for Greater Metro Denver

Recent Stats as of January 2022
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Year in Review - 2021

2021 proved that nothing is predictable in the Greater Metro Denver real estate market. The red hot market broke records and defied prior trends. Case in point: the average price for a single family home was up 17% YoY in December to more than $700K. 2021 also saw a record low level of inventory and a sky-high percent of closed price to list price. Below, we examine the trend of demand versus supply from 2009 to 2021 showcasing the increased imbalance each year. Key highlights for December are below.

The Highlights

Single Family Average

$702,373

Up 17% YoY

Condo/Townhome Average

$437,555

Up 14% YoY

Supply - Active Listings

It didn’t seem possible for active inventory to plunge any lower but that was the case in December. Supply was down 32% over November and dropped 64% compared to this time last year. 

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Active Listings

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New Listings

December saw 2,561 new listings, but this is a drop of 12% over 2020. December is historically a slower time for new listings and, given that demand remains high, now might be a strategic time for sellers to act. The hope for buyers is that 2022 brings more listings to the market.

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New Listings

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Demand - Pending Sales

Given the shortage of inventory, it is not surprising that demand remains roughly the same as December 2020.

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Pending Sales

DOWN

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Average Price per SqFt - Single Family

The average PPSF for Single Family homes is $271, an increase of 17% year-over-year.  In the attached report you will also see PPSF for the Condo market. 

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Avg PPSF - Single Family

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Months Supply of Listings

The months supply of listings is calculated by taking the inventory of homes for sale at the end of a given month and dividing by the average monthly pending properties for the last 12 months. This number tells us how long our active inventory would last without any new inventory coming onto the market. This is also known as the absorption rate. A balanced market is typically 6 months of inventory. December’s month supply is .3 a drop of 63% over 2020.

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Month Supply

DOWN

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Percent of Closed Price to List Price

December’s percent of closed price to list price remains roughly the same as 2020. This data point is still well-above prior years, again affirming a strong seller’s market. This will be an interesting metric to watch as we enter 2022.

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% Closed to List

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Greater Metro Denver includes the following counties:

  • Arapahoe, Adams, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson
  • Reports are based on information from REColorado®, Inc. for the period shown in title. Note: This representation is based in whole or in part on content supplied by REColorado®, Inc. REColorado®, Inc. does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Content maintained by REColorado®, Inc. may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
  • Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
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