Hot one day, cold the next — much like Denver weather, Denver real estate is making a turbulent transition into fall.
Two weeks ago, 44 percent of people paid over asking price for their home. Last week, a much lower share — 31 percent of people who bought a house paid more than asking price.
The differences ranged from $1 extra to a full $30,000 more.
Here are the top five overbids of the last week, with one quick detour:
When is an overbid house not really a house? When it’s this East Colfax condemned property sold for land value only, according to a Redfin listing.
1616 Uinta Street, Denver, CO 80220, sold for $10,000 above list price
- 2 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 675 square feet
- Sold for $155,000, 6.9 percent above asking price
The rest of this week’s top overbids were the more conventional houses that you can, you know, go inside.
606 Newton Street, Denver, CO 80204, sold for $15,500 above list price
- 1 bedroom, 1 full bathroom, 742 square feet
- Sold for $220,500, 7.6 percent above asking price
8340 Emerson Street, sold for $19,000 above list price
- 4 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, 1,850 square feet
- Sold for $269,000, 7.6 percent above asking price
876 Kalamath Street, sold for $29,045 above list price
- 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1,454 square feet
- Sold for $398,045, 7.9 percent above asking price
773 South Wolcott Court, sold for $22,000 above list price
- 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,032 square feet
- Sold for $280,000, 8.5 percent above asking price
Data courtesy of Usaj Realty.