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Boulder has most $1M home resales / Denver Business Journal – by Paula Moore

Boulder has most $1M home resales

Denver Business Journal – by Paula Moore

Resales of Denver-area homes — including houses and condos — rose 7 percent in the first half of 2010 from the same period of 2009, according to Metrolist Inc. data released Monday.

Total house resales increased 5 percent, while condo sales were up 14 percent.

Of the total 20,831 resales for the period, Denver County reported the most by county at 4,759 — 3,478 houses and 1,281 condominium/townhomes — up from 4,613 for the same period last year.

Metrolist’s data — provided by independent Littleton broker Gary Bauer — covers Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson counties.

Metrolist of Greenwood Village is metro Denver’s Multiple Listing Service, providing real estate data to industry professionals.

Sold prices

Total resales of houses alone priced at $1 million and more also rose in this year’s first six months — to 241 from 195 year over year. For both periods, Boulder County led the way in those high-end sales, with 63 house resales of $1 million or more this year, and 54 last year.

For houses and condos combined, most homes — 7,136 — sold in the $100,000-$200,000 price range. Most Denver County resales by far, at 1,196, also were in that price range.

The $100,000-$200,000 price range is particularly attractive to first-time homebuyers, who in the last year have helped drive home sales by taking advantage of a federal first-time homebuyer tax credit worth as much as $8,000.

The first-time homebuyer tax credit, along with a $6,500 credit for existing homeowners wanting to buy a different home, were created by the Obama administration to stimulate home purchases. Both credits expired April 30 for home sales completed by the end of June, but that closing deadline recently was extended to the end of September.

Homes that sold for as much as $100,000 dropped 5 percent from the first half of 2009, according to Metrolist. Homes selling in the $200,000-$300,000 and $300,000-$500,000 ranges increased 2 percent.

Condo sales

Denver County edged out Arapahoe County for most year-to-date condo sales, with 1,281 sales compared to 1,190. As with houses, the $100,000-$200,000 price range attractive to first-time buyers had the most sales by far in Denver County, at 476.

Total sales of condos priced at $1 million or more dropped so far this year, to 14 from 19, from the prior-year period.

More numbers

Other county home resale data, through June 30, includes:

• House resales by county — Adams, 2,620; Arapahoe, 3,012; Boulder, 1,667; Broomfield, 344; Denver, 3,478; Douglas, 2,112; Elbert, 165; Jefferson, 2,751.

• Condo resales by county — Adams, 418; Arapahoe, 1,190; Boulder, 675; Broomfield, 54; Denver, 1,281; Douglas, 298; Elbert, 4; Jefferson, 762.

• Most house resales by price range — Adams, 1,436 in the $100,000-$200,000 range; Arapahoe, 1,074 ($100,000-$200,000); Boulder, 607 ($300,000-$500,000); Broomfield, 131 ($300,000-$500,000); Denver, 1,196 ($100,000-$200,000); Douglas, tied at 820 each in $200,000-$300,000 and $300,000-$500,000 ranges; Elbert, 51 ($300,000-$500,000); Jefferson, 1,073 ($200,000-$300,000).

• Number of houses sold for $1 million-plus, compared to 2009 — Adams, 5/5; Arapahoe, 58/35; Boulder, 63/54; Broomfield, 3/7; Denver, 54/46; Douglas, 36/30; Elbert, 0/0; Jefferson, 22/18; Total, 241/195.

• Most condo sales by price range — All counties, except Elbert, in the $100,000-$200,000 price range. Adams, 223; Arapahoe, 538; Boulder, 305; Broomfield, 37; Denver, 476; Douglas, 155; Elbert, 4 ($0-$100,000); Jefferson, 459.

• Fewest home sales by price, including both houses and condos — Adams, 4 ($750,000-$1 million); Arapahoe, 32 ($750,000-$1 million); Boulder, 47 ($0-$100,000); Broomfield, 0 ($0-$100,000); Denver, 63 ($1 million-plus); Douglas, 36 ($1 million-plus); Elbert, 0 ($1 million-plus); Jefferson, 22 ($1 million-plus).

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