Before the average Colorado home sale is finalized, 139 emails are exchanged, according to Amitree's complexity index.
Even if we're "transitioning towards something that looks more normal," it's not going to feel like a cool down for would-be Denver homeowners.
Real estate in the Mile High City has hit a "high plateau," appropriately enough, according to the latest from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
There are fewer houses for sale in the Denver metro in the winter. That's doubly true this year.
Last month in Denver, you had less time to buy an affordable single-family home than Katniss Everdeen had to kill a bunch of kids in the Hunger Games.
"We might actually be starting to move very slowly back toward a more balanced market."
The good news is that condos spent an average 26 days on the market this June, which is eight whole days longer than last year.