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iBuying in Denver’s Housing Market is in Full Force as Sellers Opt for Convenience Over Profit

The size of the iBuying market in Denver will depend on the desire for that convenience, industry leaders say. Matthew Leprino, with the Colorado Association of REALTORS®, says he’s heard chatter that iBuying could reach as high as 25% of the market in the coming years. “But there are also people who think this is just a flash in the pan...

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Summer Heat: Denver Residential Real Estate Market Stays Hot

Scant inventory is keeping the Denver residential real estate market red hot. Denver homes continue to sell extremely quickly and there are a lot fewer homes for sale now compared with a year ago. That low supply means higher prices. According to the Colorado REALTORS® Association, the median home price in the Denver metro area is $440,000, significantly more than the nationwide metro median...

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Is Home Inventory Really So Dismal in Denver? Not Exactly

By Kelcey McClung  – Reporter, Denver Business Journal   May saw both a slight bump in inventory and a minute decline in median price of homes for sale in Denver, according to the Colorado Association of REALTORS®.   Both the median and average price of a single-family residence in the seven-county metro area dipped less than one percent from April to May – $435,000 and $515,204,...

Denver Ranks 2nd in Highest Pay for Real Estate Agents

A recent article by the Denver Business Journal found that Denver ranks second of the highest paying cities for real estate sales agents. At an average pay (2014 data) of $80,910 per year, Denver came in second only to Indianapolis, with an average pay (2014 data) of $99.540. The data comes from an analysis by The Business Journals of the latest...