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SW Suburban Denver Real Estate Report ~ September 2014

Southwest Metro Denver Region Zip Codes

Southwest Metro Denver Region Real Estate Sales Statistics

The inventory of homes for sale in SW Suburban Denver dwindles as buyers are purchasing homes.  The month of September saw 417 homes sell out of the 833 that are available.  The average price for the area is at $364,837 which is down slightly from the previous month.

Home owners wanting to sell in SW Suburban Denver neighborhoods will be glad to know it is a strong Sellers Market with plenty of buyers writing offers on homes for sale.  The average number of days on market is 31.

Want to compare the statistics of all 5 Denver Metro Regions?

Southeast Metro Denver Region

Northeast Metro Denver Region         Northwest Metro Denver Region

City and County of Denver

Questions about your neighborhood? Need more specific data on your home for either purchase or to sell? Feel free to call for more in depth reporting. Kristal Kraft 303-589-2022 I welcome your call.

Contact me for information about Metro Denver Real Estate Request an Up-to-Date Market Report for your Metro Denver Neighborhood.

Based on information from Metrolist, Inc. NOTE: this representation is based in whole or in part on content supplied by Metrolist, Inc. Metrolist does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by Metrolist may not reflect all real estate activity in the market content.

 

SE Region Metro Denver Real Estate Market Report

Southeast Region Metro Denver Real Estate Market Report ~ September 2014

The SE Metro Denver Region has the most inventory of all five regions and the highest average price.  The “average days on market” to sell is the longest but only by a difference of 9 days!  (Denver’s days on market is 26 while SE Metro is 35!)  Out of the 18 zip codes in this region only three are not in the “seller’s market/extreme seller’s market” category.  Those three are just slightly lagging behind in the “Moderate to High Appreciation” category.

It is not surprising this area has more inventory than others when considering the average price of homes is at $394,863, about $10,300 over the next closest area.

In September 55% of the listings taken were sold. That is a very strong market for this desirable area.

Looking to buy or sell a  home call Kristal at 303-589-2022

SE Metro Denver Region Real Estate Report by Zip Code

Neighborhoods in the area include (but are not limited to):

Englewood   Littleton   Greenwood Village or Denver Tech Center (DTC)    Cherry Hills Village

Southeast Aurora    Parker   Highlands Ranch   Sedalia   Castle Rock

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Want to compare the statistics of all 5 Denver Metro Regions?

Southwest Metro Denver Region

Northeast Metro Denver Region         Northwest Metro Denver Region

City and County of Denver

 

Questions about your neighborhood? Need more specific data on your home for either purchase or to sell? Feel free to call for more in depth reporting. Kristal Kraft 303-589-2022 I welcome your call.

Request an Up-to-Date Market Report for your Metro Denver Neighborhood.

Based on information from Metrolist, Inc. NOTE: this representation is based in whole or in part on content supplied by Metrolist, Inc. Metrolist does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by Metrolist may not reflect all real estate activity in the market content.

NE Suburban Denver Real Estate Report ~ September 2014

Real Estate Sales Statistics for the Northeast Metro Denver Region

Buying or selling a home? Call Kristal Kraft, Denver Realtor 303-589-2022

Neighborhoods in this Northeast Suburban Area of the Denver Region include, (but are not limited to):

Brighton       Commerce City      Henderson        Northeast Aurora

Northeast Metro Denver Region Real Estate Sales Statistics Northeast Suburban Denver continues to offer the lowest average home price of all the Metro areas.  The average price for this month is $272,078.  Still inventory is diminishing with some of the lowest average “weeks of inventory” in the area.

Weeks of Inventory is just a gauge of how long it would take to sell the existing number of homes based on the numbers of homes for sale at the current time.  It does not take into account new homes that come on the market.  As a gauge of the market we can tell how competitive it is for sellers and how long it will take for them to receive and offer on their home.  Right now Sellers have the upper hand.  It is a strong sellers  market.

Want to compare the statistics of all 5 Denver Metro Regions?

Southeast Metro Denver Region         Southwest Metro Denver Region

Northwest Metro Denver Region

City and County of Denver

 

Questions about your neighborhood? Need more specific data on your home for either purchase or to sell? Feel free to call for more in depth reporting. Kristal Kraft 303-589-2022 I welcome your call.

Contact me for information about Metro Denver Real Estate

Request an Up-to-Date Market Report for your Metro Denver Neighborhood.

Based on information from Metrolist, Inc. for the period of September 2014. NOTE: this representation is based in whole or in part on content supplied by Metrolist, Inc. Metrolist does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by Metrolist may not reflect all real estate activity in the market content.

Foreclosure Status Distribution for Colorado

Buyers looking for a good deal always want to know about Foreclosures.  Whether they are a good deal or not depends on many things.  Typically the best deals are found when the market is flooded with houses, both from “normal” sellers and bank inventory.

Once our market was flooded with inventory, but that’s not true of late!

Colorado Foreclosure filings are down when compared to last year.  Each month the filings for foreclosures decreases from the month prior.  This is a trend, as our market improves the number of foreclosure filings will decrease.

WHY? Because when people want/need to sell their homes, they will have sufficient equity in them thanks to the raising values in the neighborhood.

The tide will rise the underwater homeowners benefitting them with equity. They won’t have to default to get out of their homes.

The Top 5 Cities with # of foreclosures to population (August 2014):

Byers 1 in every 236

Aurora ~ 1 in every 572

Littleton ~ 1 in every 791

Englewood ~ 1 in every 858

Denver ~ 1 in every 2493