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METRO DENVER RESIDENTIAL SURVEY / FOURTH QUARTER 2010

METRO DENVER RESIDENTIAL SURVEY

FOURTH QUARTER 2010

by
Gordon E. Von Stroh, Ph.D.

The Metro Denver Area Residential Survey covers housing units with one to four units including single-family, condominium, townhome, duplex, triplex, and fourplex units. See the attached list of definitions for explanation of various terms.
The overall vacancy rate for the metro area for the fourth quarter of 2010 was 2.0 percent, down from 2.9 for the third quarter of 2010. It was 5.5 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, 4.9 percent for the fourth quarter of 2008, 3.3 percent for the fourth quarter of 2007, 5.5 for the fourth quarter of 2006, 5.3 for the fourth quarter of 2005, and 7.0 percent for the fourth quarter of 2005.
Vacancy rates for the respective counties were: Adams, 3.6 percent; Arapahoe, 1.3 percent; Boulder/Broomfield, 0.0 percent; Denver, 3.0 percent; Douglas, .09 percent; and Jefferson, 1.3 percent. Five counties showed a decrease, one an increase.
Vacancy rates by number of bedrooms were: one bedroom, 1.7 percent; two bedroom, 2.2 percent; three bedroom, 1.7 percent; four bedroom, 2.2 percent; and five bedroom, 1.5 percent. The vacancy rates by age of housing unit were: 1949 and before, 2.0 percent; 1950-59, 0.9 percent; 1960-69, 3.6 percent; 1970-79, 2.0 percent; 1980-89, 2.3 percent; 1990-99, 1.5 percent; and 2000 up, 1.9 percent.
For those units that were vacant, the average days on the market was 38.2 up from 36.0 for the third quarter of 2010. It was 53.9 days in the fourth quarter of 2009, and 45.4 days in the fourth quarter of 2008.
Average rents decreased to $1,029.82, down from $1,041.05 for the third quarter, but up from $1,016.77 for the fourth quarter of 2009, up from $995.24 for the fourth quarter of 2008. It was $966.01 for the fourth quarter of 2007, and $944.75 for the fourth quarter of 2006, $912.54 in the fourth quarter of 2005, and $927.88 in the fourth quarter of 2005.
Average rents for the respective counties were: Adams, $1,108.57; Arapahoe, $983.51; Boulder/Broomfield, $1,600.59; Denver, $976.33; Douglas, $1,369.09; and Jefferson, $981.44. Average rents by number of bedrooms were: one bedroom, $648.73; two bedrooms, $868.45; three bedrooms, $1,193.29; four bedrooms; $1,378.99; and five bedrooms, $1,648.94. Average rents by age of housing units were: 1949 and before, $973.60; 1950-59, $949.31; 1960-69, $958.00; 1970-79, $994.74; 1980-89, $941.83; 1990-99, $1,319.54; and 2000 up, $1,330.82.
Median metro area rent was $975.00, and for Adams, $1,135.00; Arapahoe, $920.00; Boulder/Broomfield, $1,307.50; Denver, $900.00.00; Douglas, $1,350.00; and Jefferson, $895.00.
Average rents per square foot for housing units with above grade living space were 83 cents, same as for the third quarter of 2010… The average rent per square foot was 81 cents in the fourth quarter of 2009.
For this quarter, the survey included 3,271 housing units in the metro Denver area.

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