Seasonal market cooling continues for Denver real estate. Prices for detached, single-family homes fell from $696,779 in July to $687,768 in August. In addition, the average days on the market increased from 8 to 10 as patient buyers looked for the right house at the right price and some buyers took a break to focus on getting the kids off to a new school year.
If you’re looking for the best tacos in Denver and Boulder, there’s no shortage of amazing local options. For those who prefer more authentic dishes and a cozy atmosphere, our agents often head to Adelita’s Cocina Y Cantina in Platt Park. For a more hip vibe, any of Troy Guard’s Los Chingones locations are sure to hit the spot, offering vibrant drinks and unique tacos like the Pollo Frito (fried chicken).
You've likely seen and taken in the aroma of roadside stands, markets and even restaurants roasting green chiles. And if you're a Colorado loyalist, you've only purchased green chiles grown in Pueblo, not the controversial Hatch variety from New Mexico.
Colorado is known for its incredible outdoor spaces where you can get in your daily steps and plenty of fresh air. So, whether you prefer an easy stroll in town or love scrambling to the top of picturesque peaks, we have a trail option that’s the perfect fit for you. Below are just a few of the best day hikes near Denver and Boulder ready for your next adventure.
Amy Bayer, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of PorchLight Real Estate Group, a residential real estate brokerage serving the greater Denver metro and Boulder areas, was named a winner in the Denver Business Journal’s 2021 Outstanding Women in Business. PorchLight also made the DBJ's 2021 list for the Largest Denver-Area Women-Owned Businesses.
Looking at July, detached, single-family homes in both the city of Boulder and Boulder County as a whole went back up. Boulder single-family homes jumped back up to an average sales price of $1,598,515. Across Boulder County, prices increased to $1,042,325.
As we mentioned in our last blog, June's peaks (including an increase in inventory and home prices) helped shape the typical, seasonal high of the Denver real estate market. The slight cooling we saw in July only represents the natural, incoming slowdown that we experience each year.