Home sales of Denver luxury homes with a price tag of $1 million or more rose in October according to MLS which was an increase from last month and year over year. More than 73 luxury homes sold in October with a price tag of $1 million or more, which was a 27% increase compared to September and October of 2012. The median sales prices also rose 7.3% year over year to $1.363 million, up slightly from September’s median price of $1.369. However, the average days on the market moved up to 105.4 days compared to 2012’s 101.3 days. September’s average days on the market were far better with 87.7, partly because it was the end of the summer selling season.  The most expensive home sold was in Boulder, which sold for $3.4 million. Denver had the most sales activity with 27 luxury homes sold, followed by Boulder’s 15 and Cherry Hills Village’s 9. On average, the sellers got 96.5% of their asking price, up from 2012’s 94.7% and up from September’s 94.3%. More than 14 luxury home sales occurred with a price tag of $2 million or more in October, up from 8 in 2012 and up from 8 in September.