|Denver CO||$269 000||6.03%||8287||31|
|Colorado Springs CO||$230 000||6.97%||3967||-20.32%||63|
|Boulder-Longmont CO||$377 000||5.65%||2556||-12.36%||55|
|Fort Collins-Loveland CO||$259 000||3.64%||2637||-11.32%||67|
|Pueblo CO||$137 350||-1.82%||995||-32.12%||70|
|United States||$194 900||3.17%||1876924||-20.07%||83|
Some of the more interesting stats here:
The median age of listed homes - they much older in Pueblo than elsewhere, and much younger in the Denver area.
As expected, listings are much more numerous in Denver than in other metros, and listings are down in all areas. For some reason, Denver doesn't list a year-over-year change in listings, but according to Housingtracker.net, listings were down 32 percent in the Denver area from May 2011 to May 2012.
The median price was down in Pueblo, year over year, which was expected, although Colorado Springs prices were much stronger in this analysis than in some others we've seen such as the FHFA analysis and the Zillow analysis.