Super Joe Hubert Is Back with His Monthly Denver Market Update.

Super Joe Hubert is back with his monthly market update for March, 2013.  His report provides affirmation to previous posts I’ve provided also expressing the rapid market velocity we are experiencing in Denver.I think you will enjoy what Joe has to say.  As always, if you need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact me…tc

Super Joe Hubert

Super Joe Hubert

Hi Tom,

A funny thing happens in real estate. When it comes back, it comes back up like gangbusters.”
~ Barbara Corcoran

This sentiment definitely rings true in the Colorado real estate market this spring. Despite the numerous snowstorms, homes are staying on the market on average less than 60 days. The pressure is on to find the right home for a growing number of buyers with limited inventory.

Land Title is here to help give you the extra energy boost you need during these “gangbuster” times. We are here to cheer you on, supply you with statistical information, and help you with marketing support and more! Contact me today to find out more information on how Land Title can help.

Wishing you a Gangbuster May!



April – 2013 Real Estate Market Stats

Entire MLS (All Areas)

Residential Highlights:

  • 21.2% increase in the number of closed sales year-over-year
  • 21.4% increase in the number of closed sales year to date
  • 37.8% decrease in average days on market (56 days in April)
  • 32.2% decrease in active listings
  • 11.9% increase in new listings
  • 12.5% increase in average price – sold ($336,123 in April)

Condo Highlights:

  • 20.8% increase in number of closed sales year-over-year
  • 21.1% increase in number of closed sales year to date
  • 42.9% decrease in average days on market (52 days in April)
  • 32.5% decrease in number of active listings
  • 30.2% increase in number of new listings
  • 10.5% increase in average price – sold ($196,966 in April)

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Topic of the Month: ALTA Best Practices
Recently, ALTA (American Land Title Association) decided to develop best practices to demonstrate the policies and procedures the title insurance industry exercises to protect lenders and consumers in their real estate transactions. This month’s Topic of the Month defines what these practices are and how they can be followed.

Referral Marketing – Fun in the Backyard
After months of snow, it’s finally time to get some use out of one of Colorado residents’ favorite features of their home – their backyard.  This month’s referral marketing card gives some fun ideas on how you can transform your backyard into a planetarium, movie theater, and more.

We would be happy to help you personalize your mailer including logo, photo and contact information.
Printing or emailing your own? LTMS can personalize your referral marketing card for a $10.00 fee. Or, download our JPG to email to your clients. You can also visit Land Title’s Facebook page, where you can click “share” to post to your own page.

Click here to see a sample of the personalized Referral Marketing mailer.
Click here for this month’s Referral Marketing mailer as a JPG.

For archives of past referral marketing mailers, articles by our sales reps, and even more information to help you with your marketing, be sure to check out

MLS All Areas:

All Areas in one consolidated report

Aurora North – AUN

Aurora South – AUS

Brighton, Fort Lupton – BFL

Broomfield – BRM

Denver Northeast – DNE

Denver Northwest – DNW

Denver Southeast – DSE

Denver Southwest – DSW
Downtown Denver – DTD

Douglas County West – DCW

(Includes – Castle Rock, Larkspur, Sedalia, Palmer Lake, part of Littleton)

Douglas Elbert Parker – DEP
(Includes – Parker, Elizabeth, Franktown, Kiowa, Elbert, Deer Trail, Simla)

Douglas Highlands Ranch Lone Tree – DHL

(Includes – Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree)

East Suburban North – ESN

East Suburban South – ESS

Jefferson County Central – JFC

Jefferson County North – JFN

Jefferson County Northcentral – JNC

Jefferson County South – JFS

Jefferson County Southcentral – JSC

Jefferson County West – JFW

Lafayette – LAF

Mountain Clear Creek – MCC

Mountain Conifer Pine – MCP

Mountain Evergreen North – MEN

Mountain Evergreen South – MES

Mountain Gilpin County – MGC

Mountain Jefferson County – MJC

Mountain Jefferson North – MJN

Mountain Jefferson South – MJS

Mountain Park County – MPC

Mountain Park East – MPE

North Northeast Suburban – NNE

North Northwest Suburban – NNW

North Suburban Central – NSC

North Suburban East – NSE

North Suburban West – NSW

South Suburban Central – SSC

South Suburban East – SSE
Based on Information from Metrolist, Inc. for the period Jan 2009 through present. Note: This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by Metrolist, Inc. Metrolist, Inc. does not guarantee nor is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by metrolist, Inc. may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.

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1 Response to Super Joe Hubert Is Back with His Monthly Denver Market Update.

  1. Joe Hubert says:

    Hi Tom:

    Thank you again for the continues press for Super Joe. One thing I noticed in this email is my name is missing the “t” on Hubert.

    Either way, I am still Super Joe… but probably should have the last name correct. 🙂




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