Is the housing market slowing down in Denver?

Is the housing market slowing down in Denver?

The current catchphrase in Denver’s real estate market is “market shift.” While my day-to-day observations agree with that, the statistics aren’t necessarily reflecting a shift!

Denver’s median sale price dropped $10k to $650,000 since June, which could indicate the start of a slowdown or it could be an early seasonal cool-off driven by a super-hot spring and early summer sell-off. Inventory remained unchanged from June, but days spent on the market dipped to 13 — the lowest it’s been since we began tracking it in 2007! One thing to point out is the majority of July’s closings are from contracts that were signed in June, and June was still a super-hot month. August’s numbers should be interesting and we’ll definitely be chomping at the bit to analyze the data as soon as we can!

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