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Denver Real Estate in December: Sales Up 5% YoY, Active Inventory Down 50%

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From the DMAR: Monthly Indicators, December 2020The number of residential units sold in December (attached and detached) increased to 4,807, up 4.9% from 4,582 in December 2019.Active listings were at 2,541, down 49.6% from 5,037 in December 2019. This is a record low. Annual sales were up 7.0% compared to 2019.

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From the DMAR: Monthly Indicators, December 2020

The number of residential units sold in December (attached and detached) increased to 4,807, up 4.9% from 4,582 in December 2019.

Active listings were at 2,541, down 49.6% from 5,037 in December 2019. This is a record low.

Annual sales were up 7.0% compared to 2019.

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