Real Estate Market Conditions: June Housing Overview
Summer is in full swing and high temperatures aren’t the only thing fluctuating this season. The growing housing market in Denver continues to increase homes price per square foot. MLS data shows an increase in the number of homes on the market which gives prospective buyers more options to consider when purchasing a home. In addition, homes are being sold at higher prices due to increasing property value in the Denver area. Summer is the perfect time to either buy or sell a home! The data below shows the health of the housing market.
Inventory of Homes:
In the Denver and surrounding area, the inventory of homes has increased 7.5% from last year while the amount of homes on the market has also increased 15.6% from May to June. Potential buyers should be aware of the competitive environment if they plan to purchase this summer.
Number of Homes Sold:
Fewer homes were sold in June when compared to last June and last month. 6,816 homes were sold in the Denver area this June. This is a 0.87% decrease from last month and a 3.4% decrease from last June.
Average Sold Price:
The average price of a home is currently $479,040 which is a 1.0% increase from last month and an 8.0% increase from last June. An increase in selling price is an indicator of growing competition and property values. Homeowners are on average making more money off their homes than in previous years which is encouraging homeowners to sell.
Average List Price per Square Foot:
The average price per square foot in Dallas is $213 and has increased 0.95% from last June and 8.1% from May 2018. This increase in value indicates that Denver is becoming more valuable which will then encourage homeowners to sell.
Average Sale-to-List Ratio:
In addition, homes are being sold near their original estimated value. On average, homeowners are making 100.3% of their home’s original asking price. This great rate has only decreased by 0.3% from last month 0.2% from last year. Any percentage over 95% is excellent news for homeowners because it assures sellers that the value of their home will be kept throughout the selling process.
Average Days On-Market Before Sale:
Homes are staying on the market an average of 22 days before being sold. Closings are occurring 4.3% slower than May 2018 but the same from last year. An average of 22 days is quick and this tight market competition will continue to drive the real estate market going forward.