Real Estate Market Trends in the Goldsmith/Hutchinson Hills Denver Neighborhood

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Goldsmith Market Trends - 4th Quarter 2017


April 3, 2018

Located in southeast Denver, many of Goldsmith’s homes were built in the 1960s and are occupied by the original owners. Just 9 miles south of downtown Denver and about the same to the Tech Center, Goldsmith is a quiet haven with easy access to more urban areas of town. Given its relative distance to downtown this neighborhood is great for families looking for a little bit of suburbia within the city’s boundries and also boasts a lower than average crime rate.

The last quarter of 2017 saw some significant changes in the housing market in the Goldsmith neighborhood. After an average of 30 days on the market, 6 listings were sold, at an average price of $505,158.

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Goldsmith 2016 Q4 Market Trends in Denver


During the 4th quarter of the Denver real estate market, the area of Goldsmith had approximately 7 active listings with an average price of $531,971. The under contract listings had an average price of $469,714 - compared to sold listings with an average price of $467,628 with 18 sold properties during this quarter. 

On average, the asking price for sold listings was $465,404 with a discount of about .60%. Generally, the average days properties were on the market before being sold was 11 days. 

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Goldsmith Q1 Market Trends in Denver


April 26, 2016

In the small but desireable Denver neighborhood of Goldsmith, home prices have risen slightly as compared to the previous quarter. This marks another historical upward trending quarter for the neighborhood. Of the nine homes sold in Q1 of 2016, the average price was $438,322,428, a $104,894 rise in price from Q4.

Over Q1, sold listings were on the market for an average of 50 days, twice as long as the previous quarter. Three homes sold for asking price, but the average discount of sold listings was -1.90%. At the finish of quarter one, there were three active listing as well as six more listings under contract. 

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Q4 Market Trends - Goldsmith Neighborhood in Denver


Just south of Evans Blvd sits the small, but desirable Goldsmith Neighborhood. Home prices have dropped slightly as compared to the previous quarter. However, prices are still on the rise compared with historical data. Of the nine homes sold in Q4 of 2015, the average price was $333,428, a $59,472 drop in price from Q3.  The asking price of homes sold was also lower than the actual sale price.

Over Q4, sold listings were on the market for an average of 18 days, twice as long as the last quarter. One home sold in September had a final price of $325,000 – 8.7% over asking price. At the finish of quarter four, there were three active listing as well as three more listings under contract. 

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Goldsmith Market Trends - Q3


October 28, 2015

In the Goldsmith neighborhood in Denver just south of Evans Blvd, home prices have dropped slightly as compared to the previous quarter. Historically, the spike in value of homes in the area remains at an all time high. Of the ten homes sold in Q3 of 2015, the average price was $392,900 which is lower from the previous quarter at $413,952. The asking price of homes sold was lower than the actual sold price - the market is still in full swing here in Denver.

Over Q3, sold listings were on the market for an average of nine days as compared to last quarter of six - although many changes follow trends according to season. One home sold in August had a final price of $465,000 - well above the average price. At the finish of quarter three, there were four active listing as well as four listings under contract. 

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