Metro Denver home price gains surge past 23% for second month in a row

Yearly residence value appreciation in metro Denver topped 23% for the 2nd thirty day period in a row in April and barely missed matching a file higher established in March, according to a closely viewed household selling price index.

The S&P CoreLogic Situation-Shiller House Rate Index for metro Denver rose 23.6% yr-in excess of-year in April immediately after a 23.7% get in March. Those two readings symbolize the highest rates of annual house price tag appreciation noticed in Denver in information likely back again to 1986. From February 1999 by August 2001, the index did have a lengthy streak of double-digit gains as tech and telecom shelling out boosted incomes, peaking out with an yearly acquire of 15% in February 2001.

For 13 months now, annual household price tag gains in metro Denver have surpassed the prior record set in 2001.

“We proceed to observe pretty wide energy in the housing market, as all 20 towns notched double-digit selling price raises for the 12 months ended in April,” stated Craig Lazzara, managing direct at S&P DJI in the report “A far more-hard macroeconomic environment might not help extraordinary property selling price expansion for substantially more time.”

The April gains came ahead of home finance loan premiums on a 30-12 months property finance loan started off spiking toward 6%. The “peaking” sample viewed in Colorado was also seen in the countrywide index, which described a 20.6% obtain in March and a 20.4% gain in April.