Prices for Homes in Colorado Continue to Rise – Colorado Market Report 

The median price for a single-family home in Colorado reached a new high of $345,000 in June, a 3 percent increase over May and 9 percent higher than one year ago according to market statistical reports released today by the Colorado Association of REALTORS®.  For condominiums and townhouses, the June median of $246,000 was just slightly higher ($1,000) than in May but 12 percent better than June 2015.  Year-to-date, prices for single-family homes were up 8 percent compared to the first six months of 2015 and condominium-townhouse prices were 12 percent higher.

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News listings of both single-family homes and condominiums/townhouses improved throughout much of the state from May to June.  The market added 12,526 single-family homes and 3,331 condominiums/townhouses to the mix in June, a 9 percent increase in single-family and +7 percent in condominium/townhouse listings over the previous month.  

June is usually a strong month for home sales in Colorado.  Sales of single-family homes (8,781) were 7 percent better than in May and condominium/townhouse sales (2,435) were up 2 percent month-to-month.  Compared to June 2015, however, single-family sales were down 3 percent and condominium/townhouse sales were down 14 percent.

The number of days a single-family home stays on the market before selling (DOM) decreased to 45 days in June, 10 percent lower than in May and 15 percent lower than a year ago.  Condominiums/townhouses averaged 42 DOM, 5 percent lower than in June 2015 but up 5 percent from May of this year.

A total of 25,217 properties were available for purchase statewide last month, 20 percent fewer than June 2015.  That represents a 3-month supply of single-family homes and a 2-month supply of condominiums/townhouses, both well below the 5-7 months that REALTORS® identify as a “balanced-market,” favoring neither buyers nor sellers.

In the Northeast Region of Colorado (Boulder, Larimer, Logan, Morgan and Weld counties) June sales of single-family homes increased to 1,461, a 4 percent improvement over May though also 8 percent lower than the same month in 2015.  The 332 condominiums and townhouses sold last month were 12 percent higher than in May and also 12 percent behind June 2015.

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The median price of a single-family home sold in this region during June was $344,950, up about $15,000 over May and 10 percent higher than last year.  At $265,000, the median price of a condominium/townhouse was about $2,000 higher than in May and 20 percent more than June 2015.

Single-family new listings rose 6 percent from May to June but were 4 percent less than a year ago.  New listings of condominiums/townhouses rose 9 percent from May to June and 6 percent over last year.

The average DOM for single-family homes dropped to 65 days, down 3 percent from May but unchanged from last June.  Condominium/townhouse DOM rose to 58 days, up 4 percent from May but 13 percent lower than in June 2015.

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Despite some month-to-month improvement common to the summer months in Colorado, inventory in this region continues to be a challenge.  There were 2,250 single-family homes available for purchase in June, 15 percent below the same month last year and 319 condominiums and townhouses, 22 percent less than a year ago.  These figures convert to a 2-month supply of single-family homes and a 1-month supply of condominiums and townhouses.
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The Colorado Association of REALTORS® Monthly Market Statistical Reports are prepared by 10K Research and Marketing, a Minneapolis-based real estate technology company, and are based upon data provided by Multiple Listing Services (MLS) in Colorado.  The June 2016 reports represent all MLS-listed residential real estate transactions in the state.  The metrics do not include “For Sale by Owner” transactions or all new construction.

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