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2022 Market Update

The Denver real estate market in 2022 told two contrasting stories; the late winter and spring had continued the frenetic and competitive pace of the last two years in response to historically low-interest rates. Buyers often waived all or some

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November 2022 Market Update

Even as buyers and sellers continue to have confidence in the value of Denver homes, inventory and interest rates have undeniable influences. The economic shifts in 2022 completely upended the pace of the Denver market. Inventory jumped 178.16% from 2,248

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Colorado Gives Day

This year Colorado Gives Day is more than just the day, from now until December 6th all gifts made through their website will be amplified through a $1.4 million incentive fund. The event has raised over $362 million since its

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October 2022 Market Update

The current marketplace is giving buyers what was basically unheard of in the last couple of years; time. This fall, we are feeling the seasonality of the Denver market like we haven’t since 2019. By considering both the month-to-month, and

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September 2022 Market Update

The Denver market is a classic example of supply and demand. After years of unsustainable demand, interest rates have made many buyers take pause. The pause means there are 7,683 active listings in Denver with an average of 26 days

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August 2022 Market Update

In what felt like a blink of an eye, we find ourselves on the fall side of summer. As with many Augusts, we saw a seasonal shift in the Denver Metro market in addition to rising interest rates. Inventory is

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July 2022 Market Update

It is important to differentiate between a recession and a slow down in the real estate market. While inventory is up 21.5% from June and 81% from July 2021. Active listings are still 21% lower than in 2019. Interestingly enough

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Generator Development Update Summer 2022

The development team at Generator has had a busy summer. One of the huge benefits of being a small but powerful team like Generator is that we can play many different roles in a development opportunity. There have been many

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Classic Denver Home Styles

Look out your window just about anywhere in Denver and you’ll see signs of new construction; cranes, fencing, and dumpsters are dotting the skylines and city streets. This makes now a great time to reflect on the classic architectural styles

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June 2022 Market Update

June brought what we’ve all been waiting for, inventory. Active inventory ticked over 6,000 units and for the first time since June of 2020, there is more than one month’s inventory available. Denver is still a ways off from being

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Market Update May 2022

May in the Denver market brought an increase of average days on market, a slight dip in average closed price, and a jump of almost 14% in inventory. While these are all signs of the market moving toward becoming more

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Downtown Denver Development Update

Denver is a constantly evolving city, but after construction slowed in 2020, we got used to seeing far fewer cranes as part of the Denver skyline. These days, the tide seems to be changing. Upper Downtown, an area that has

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April 2022 Market Update

Spring is in full swing in Denver and while April saw a 44.26% uptick in inventory, it was quickly snapped up by eager Denver buyers. The average property was on the market for just 8 days in April. 6,881 new

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March 2022 Market Update

While March finally saw an uptick in inventory, continued demand has finally pushed average home prices over $700,000 to $705,812 in the Denver Metro area. Month-end inventory was up 81%. This number sounds impressive, but resulted in only 995 more

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Popup Denver: Reactivating the 16th Street Mall

This week, Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock announced the first 5 entrepreneurs taking part in the Popup Denver Program. The Popup Denver program is the result of a partnership with the Economic Development & Opportunity office and the Downtown Denver Partnership. When

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Rino Denver

February 2022 Market Update

As we look back at the statistics for February, inventory and demand continue to plague buyers in the Denver market. To give a better picture of the inventory situation, consider that the record-high for February was in 2006 with 25,484,

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January 2022 Market Update

After a lull over the holiday season, the Denver housing market generally sees about a 70 percent increase in new inventory in January. This January the Denver market only saw a 31 percent increase. While these numbers can be attributed

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Where are 2022 Interest Rates Headed?

As 2022 kicks off with record-low inventory and increasing interest rates, we reached out to Erik Henderson, a Branch Manager and Loan Officer at Northpoint Bank, to get some insight on where he sees rates headed this year and what

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River North Development 2022

After the dramatic halt in construction in the spring of 2020 and the ongoing supply chain delays in 2021, Denver builders seem to be at work again. One area of town that is seeing lots of love from developers is

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Downtown Denver Wazee

December 2021 Market Update

As we look back on the final numbers for December and reflect on 2021 as a whole, a few trends stick out. 2021 was a strong seller’s market. This was due in part to record-low inventory levels combined with a

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November 2021 Market Update

The snow is finally falling, but the real estate market in Denver hasn’t quite cooled down yet. Buyers are looking to find homes while interest rates are still low, so sellers are still seeing multiple offer situations and record-high sales

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October Market Update

While no all-time records were broken this October, just about every October record was broken. This October featured the least amount of listings, the highest average close price, and the lowest days on the market of any October on record.

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What Happened with Zillow? A Realtor’s Perspective

It all started with the Zestimate. Launched in 2006, Zillow created an algorithm that they believed accurately predicted a home’s value based on comparable neighborhood sales. In the next few years, millions of people used Zillow as a resource for

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September 2021 Market Update

As the fall chill blew through Denver this September, it did nothing to cool down the market. After the inventory lull in August, the moderate increase in September inventory felt significant and gave buyers more options. The number of closed

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Fast Facts About ADUs

As Denver grows, density becomes more and more important. One way to add density is the addition of ADUs or accessory dwelling units. An ADU can take shape as a finished walk-out basement, a granny flat, or a carriage house.

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