Category Archives: MyTownCryer – Denver Real Estate – Tom Cryer

@MyTownCryer #MondayMarketUpdate #DenverMarketWatch #SeptemberMarket

A short week, a short blog post and more to follow next week! Here is our impression of the Weekly MLS report. New Listing (1240)  Not much here! Back On Market (279) Price Increase (164) Price Decrease (1245)  Even in … Continue reading

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#DenverMarketWatch 3/12/2018 #GoldenAge

As we approach the end of 2018’s first quarter, there are some notables you should know about. First, the trend of more Under Contract Listings each week continues to far exceed the number of New Listing each week. Second, our … Continue reading

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Gas Prices, Mortgage Rates – The Denver Home Ownership Helix

The Historical Trend of Gas Prices, Interest Rates & Average Denver Home Prices Gas Prices, Mortgage Rates and Average Home Prices weigh heavily on the American Household.  The chart above offers some relationship in for Denver Families.  Take a look, … Continue reading

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In a bifurcated price caldron of over and under $417K, Denver is as two faced as a middle school socialite.

This was just too good not to push out just one more time. The many truths from a year ago still hold true today! In a bifurcated price caldron of over and under $417K, Denver is as two faced as … Continue reading

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