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Ten Best and Worst Days to Sell a House in Denver

Ten Best and Worst Days to Sell a House in Denver
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TEN WORST DAYS TO SELL A HOUSE IN DENVER

1: January 2


Number of sales: 450
Median sales price: $210,000
Median automated valuation model: $225,220
Seller premium: -6.8 percent


2. January 20

Number of sales: 622
Median sales price: $256,128
Median automated valuation model: $269,508
Seller premium: -5.0 percent


3. February 8

Number of sales: 479
Median sales price: $218,250
Median automated valuation model: $229,000
Seller premium: -4.7 percent


4. January 10

Number of sales: 478
Median sales price: $225,000
Median automated valuation model: $235,000
Seller premium: -4.3 percent


5. December 31

Number of sales: 836
Median sales price: $230,500
Median automated valuation model: $240,701
Seller premium: -4.2 percent


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6. October 27

Number of sales: 876
Median sales price: $282,000
Median automated valuation model: $294,000
Seller premium: -4.1 percent


7. October 9

Number of sales: 768
Median sales price: $241,000
Median automated valuation model: $251,000
Seller premium: -4.0 percent


8. August 4

Number of sales: 1,045
Median sales price: $280,000
Median automated valuation model: $291,000
Seller premium: -3.8 percent


9. December 26

Number of sales: 502
Median sales price: $235,000
Median automated valuation model: $244,171
Seller premium: -3.8 percent


10. November 22

Number of sales: 639
Median sales price: $269,000
Median automated valuation model: $279,022
Seller premium: -3.6 percent


Click to read ATTOM Data Solutions' list of the best and worst days to sell a house in Denver and access an interactive ADS heat map.
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