Home prices on the rise

Posted 4/17/17

$1.17 million (+5.9 percent)

$775,000 (+16 percent)

$693,750 (+19 percent)

$576,118 (+5.7 percent)

$469,975 (+13.3 percent)

$465,000 (+3.1 percent)

$465,000 (+3.3 percent)

$455,000 (+1.3 percent)

$435,000 (+8.7 …

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Home prices on the rise


The following are the median sales prices of single-family homes in March for communities throughout the Denver metro area, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors. At right is the percentage increase or decrease as compared to March 2016.

Greenwood Village: $1.17 million (+5.9 percent)

Lone Tree: $775,000 (+16 percent)

Castle Pines: $693,750 (+19 percent)

Golden: $576,118 (+5.7 percent)

Castle Rock: $469,975 (+13.3 percent)

Highlands Ranch: $465,000 (+3.1 percent)

Parker: $465,000 (+3.3 percent)

Elizabeth: $455,000 (+1.3 percent)

Littleton: $435,000 (+8.7 percent)

Centennial: $432,500 (+8.1 percent)

Denver: $412,000 (+2.6 percent)

Metro average: $406,000 (+7.9 percent)

Arvada: $401,500 (+7.1 percent)

Lakewood: $397,500 (+7.6 percent)

Englewood: $393,000 (+10.3 percent)

Wheat Ridge: $385,500 (+7.1 percent)

Westminster: $369,950 (+11.9 percent)

Thornton: $356,000 (+9.5 percent)

Aurora: $334,000 (+8.1 percent)

Northglenn: $310,000 (+12.7 percent)

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