No homes to buy in Denver?

Denver Realtor explains the current market


Now here is that data I promised you. Note how the number of sales increase when inventory is down

# Active Average Asking Price # YTD SOLD Average SOLD Price
18142 98678
19430 98071
20002 100612
19777 105771
18240 101577
11846 121696 19272 103868
9869 140245 20476 102766
8563 151705 21547 109071
7922 157538 27215 115154
6282 196067 30763 126168
7028 230011 29710 138301
7984 238346 27810 150736
8708 237997 29522 159328
8866 249318 30981 169587
8063 276971 35139 185785
6571 306958 35500 208296
6898 353590 37012 239779
9247 360826 35888 257394
15190 357050 36272 268926
15498 355900 36677 277856
14332 370038 41682 289971
16428 381777 41365 307529
18109 331231 39208 317112
18709 424390 38845 310418
14995 511601 37988 270261
12263 496675 33114 264803
13941 409416 30777 282080
8854 470408 31437 279858
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Why a train? Colorado steam engines reflect an earthiness and a simpler time when a handshake did not include a 16 page contract to buy and sell real estate. We can still make those old steam monsters run, but there are better, faster, more efficient ways to get that job done. Every day I learn new things about the people I work with and the real estate they want to buy or sell in Littleton, Englewood, or Centennial. I learn about things they want, desire and how to help them find their perfect home in metro Denver, Colorado. This way I learn how to negotiate better for them and get a better, stronger deal done.

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