The single family home market data varied from the attached dwelling market in January 16’,
and also varied per county.
Boulder County experienced an overall increase in January sales volume for single family
homes, but a decrease in sales volume for attached dwellings. With the exception of City of
Boulder, the surrounding communities have less inventory as compared to the same time last
year. As a result of the lower inventory and significant buyer demand, it is not surprising that
values continue to rise at historic rates. In the last 12 months, Average price appreciation per
area is as follows:
Single Family Homes (average price appreciation):
Attached Dwellings (average price appreciation):
In reviewing current buyer demand for January 2016, the demand is similar to this same time
last year for single family homes, but significantly higher for attached dwellings.
The Denver market is experiencing similar buyer demand for both single family homes and
attached dwellings as compared to the same time last year. However, both inventory and
sales volume are up substantially.