State of the DENVER Colorado real estate market

I am always interested in the sales numbers folks publish at the start of the month. The truth is, some Realtors “forget” to post sales early in the month. Others who generate reports utilize the entire Metrolist data base, which is not just “Denver” property listings. Each month I attempt to give you what I see based upon 26 years of dealing with these numbers.

The chart above shows new listings entered into the Denver multiple listing service in February for the last 11 years. You can see a steady decline over those years. This represents our inventory shrinking.
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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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