First To Know
Market Stats for Greater Metro Denver
Recent Stats as of December 2023
Single Family Average
Down 0.4% YoY
Supply - Active Listings
The active listing inventory dropped by 2,006 homes compared to November of 2022. This is a 24.5% decrease.
Another challenge to the market is the reluctance of homeowners willing to sell. Homeowners are staying put due to their underlying fixed low mortgage rate. In November 2,457 new homes entered the market 131 fewer new listings than November of 2022.
Demand - Pending Sales
Demand, a snapshot of the new pending sales reflects a decline in the month-over-month pending sales, dropping from 2,945 in October to 2,570 in November, a decrease of 13% month-over-month. This level of demand is nearly identical to the corresponding month last year and when comparing November’s level of demand over the last several years, it closely aligns with pending sales in 2011.
Average Days in MLS
November saw the number of days on the market at 36 days, on average. Last year at this time we saw 33 days, on average. Last month saw 31 days.
Percent of Closed Price to List Price
This data point declined by 0.5% compared to last month but was up 0.2% compared to 2022.
Greater Metro Denver includes the following counties:
- Arapahoe, Adams, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson
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