Denver homes sold third-fastest among more than 40 metros, Redfin says

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Denver houses spent a median of 18 days on the market during February, making it the third-fastest place to sell a house among the 42 metros that Redfin studied in their monthly analysis.

This super-competitive market naturally has a link to Denver’s oft-noted low inventory. Denver had the second-biggest decrease in the share of homes for sale, according to Redfin’s figures.

If you want a little good news, Denver foreclosure starts so far this year are down 7.25 percent compared to this time last year.

The Denver Clerk and Recorder helpfully spelled it out in Monopoly houses: