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Coronavirus relief bill details – understand your options

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Coronavirus relief bill details to help you understand your options Coronavirus relief bill was signed by President Trump late Friday. The Coronavirus relief bill includes one-time payment to individuals, strengthened unemployment insurance, additional health-care funding and loans and grants to businesses to deter layoffs. NAR (National Association of Realtors), has just compiled a comprehensive guide to…

2019 Denver real estate market review

2019 Denver real estate

2019 Denver real estate market review 2019 Denver real estate market – a historical perspective. The average sold price in 2019 was $486,695, including condos and single family homes, which was an increase of 2.85% from 2018. 2019 Denver real estate market set a new historical high and marked the eighth consecutive year of price…

Average home prices in Denver topped $490,874 in November

Average home prices

Average home prices in Denver topped $490,874 in November Average home prices in Denver topped $490,874 in November, up 1.43% month over month and 6.76% year over year, which includes both single family homes and condos. Breaking down the numbers further, the average home prices for single family homes was $537,624 and the average condo…

Denver housing prices for homes and condos are up 2.89%

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Denver housing prices for single family and condos, up 2.89% in January Denver housing prices for single family and condos were up 2.89% in January; an increase from $448,132 in January 2018 to $461,101 in January 2019.  Active listings were up just 5.45% from the month prior, and up 52% compared to 2018’s record-low January…

Denver metro real estate market ends 2018 at record-high

Denver real estate market

Denver metro real estate market ends 2018 at record-high, reaching an average of $473,539 and median of $409,900 for single-family and condos, up 8.34% and 7.87% year over year respectively. However, in 2018, compared to 2017, the number of home sold were down 5.52% while the inventory was up 44.71% by year-end. Even though it…