Active residential listings (that’s condos, townhouses and single-family homes) finished October with 8,539 total units—a 35-percent increase over the same period in 2017.

Anecdotal data from realtors I spoke to this weekend suggests that the average days on market is now getting longer at 35 days, but still favours sellers. That’s typical of a balanced market. Something Denver hasn’t seen for some time.

Denver Market is Slowing, But Remains Robust

by Victor Menasce | Real Estate Espresso Podcast