Identifying and riding trends is key to building wealth through real estate investing. One of our goals is providing data so you know what’s going on in the Denver real estate market today and can adjust your investing plans.
Every month we publish a monthly market update as a blog post, podcast, and YouTube video to give you an executive summary on the market from an investor’s perspective. They generally cover:
- Property prices, number of units sold, inventory level, days on market, and discounts.
- Lending updates
- Interesting local news articles
- Notes from real estate conferences
- Rental data: rent growth, vacancy, average rents, etc
In addition to our monthly updates, we’ll publish in-depth quarterly market updates for a deep dive into the data. Depending on what ‘s going on in the market, we’ll do special episodes to learn more.
My brokerage publishes quarterly trends data on the Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Northern Colorado, and Mountain Resort markets. If you want the most recent copies of those, then register for our free Denver Real Estate Investing Toolkit or reach out to us.
This is is our property management update on the Denver market for October. Ellie and Devin Reimer from Aerowood Management, Annemarie Sunde with Legacy Property Management and Gray Hall with Evernest Property Management all reported greater than 90% rent collection which is very similar to this time last year. The big difference is that a lot more people are on payment plans. Evictions are going through some courts, but it's a mess. Listen to the podcast for the complete report.
A panel of property managers gives their take on the current Denver rental situation for October 2020 and the continued effects COVID is having on the market.
The Denver MLS trends data for September 2020 is out. Comparing year over year (September 2019 to September 2020) is better than comparing the previous month, because we have defined seasonality trends.
A panel of property managers gives their take on the current Denver rental situation for August 2020 and the continued effects the Coronavirus is having on the market.
The Denver MLS trends data for July 2020 is out. Comparing year over year (July 2019 to July 2020) is better than comparing the previous month, because we have defined seasonality trends. The seemingly dramatic price jump in the average price for Denver Single Family to just over $600,000 is a bit misleading. Read the blog post to find out why.
Lon Welsh, founder of Your Castle, also recently provided a summary of Long Term Real Estate Trends and COVID Impact in Denver and a Denver Apartment Market Trends - Q3 2020 report. Check them out for valuable data on the Denver real estate market. Links in show notes.
A panel of property managers gives their take on the current Denver rental situation and the effects the Coronavirus is having on the market.
The Denver MLS trends data for June 2020 is out. Comparing year over year (June 2019 to June 2020) is better than comparing the previous month, because we have defined seasonality trends. Read on to find out how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting Denver real estate.
Inventory is way down, closed prices are up, and a record number of homes were put under contract in June!
We received really great feedback from last month's Property Management update so we thought we would continue to do updates once a month at least until the world starts to settle down. This allows our investor clients can get the inside scoop from professional property managers that specialize in the Denver market. As a reminder, or if you didn't catch May's update, we will be focusing on data collected regarding rent collection and trends we are seeing from month to month so landlords can be as educated as possible and know what to expect.
A couple of months ago we did an eight-part series called “Elevate Your Flip” with Derek Marlin. We got such good feedback from the series that we wanted to continue with it and do a quarterly update to talk about what’s going on in the market, what Derek is seeing on the flipping side, go over some statistics, and review some deals.
Some of the most asked questions we are receiving are from landlords wanting to know how rent collection is going during this pandemic and what they can expect. Instead of relaying the information third hand, we've decided to interview four property management companies to get the information straight from the source.
The Denver MLS trends data for March 2020 is out. Comparing year over year (March 2019 to March 2020) is better than comparing the previous month, because we have defined seasonality trends. Now we have the coronavirus, and that is definitely having an impact on the market.
The media fixates on the average home price in Denver. That’s influenced by the price in different segments (e.g., FTB first time buyer, trade up, luxury) as well as the mix of what homes are selling.
Updates on how the coronavirus is impacting landlord and the Denver real estate market.
Get the latest information on the coronavirus and the Denver real estate market. Plug into the BiggerPockets forum at https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/628/topics/818051-denver-coronavirus-updates-and-q-and-a for the latest info and to ask questions.
The Denver MLS trends data for January 2020 is out. Comparing year over year (January 2019 to January 2020) is better than comparing the previous month (December 2019 to January 2020), because we have defined seasonality trends. I review the data in this episode.
A couple of weeks ago Your Castle Real Estate published their 2019 Q4 Denver Real Estate Trends packet. They do an impressive job of gathering and analyzing the data. I went through the packet and annotated the parts that jumped out to me that are relevant for investors.
This is the Denver October Market Update (my monthly "let's grab a virtual cup of coffee and talk Denver real estate investing" with Joe Massey). Every month we cover updated stats for the Denver real estate market.
It's time for the monthly Denver Real Estate Market Update for August 2019. Executive Summary: No big changes as inventory continues to build and prices continue to appreciate, just not as quickly. We are still in a sellers' market! With low-interest rates and strong rental demand, it still makes sense to buy.
Learn what happened in the Denver real estate market in July 2019. We cover (1) Denver July 2019 Real Estate Market Trends, (2) Deal Analysis #1: Fourplex in Westminster, (3) Deal Analysis #2: Rental w/ Development Play in the Highlands. (4) Deal Analysis #3: Active 7 Cap on the MLS
This is the Denver real estate investing monthly roundup webinar for June 2019. It's a virtual "Let's grab a cup of coffee and talk real estate investing." Know what's going on with the Denver market with a brief market update and summary.
Recent deals are reviewed and discussed, including a NOMAD case study in Arvada, and a rental property in Aurora near Buckley Air Force Base.