The Hilltop neighborhood, one of the most expensive and desirable within Denver, has had an all-around slow quarter. With 34 active listings at the end of the fourth quarter, the average price of homes for sale totaled $1,017,300, $247,289 less than Q3 at $1,264,589. The average number of days that homes remained on the market for sold listings was 49 days, which is seven days longer than Q3 and significantly longer than neighborhoods such as Goldsmith or Lowry Fields.
At the moment, the Hilltop neighborhood is not at its prime in terms of sale prices. Out of 15 listings, only four sold for asking price, no more. There were 44 listings sold in Q4 with an average selling price of $1,017,399.
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