Since 2000, Denver Home Prices Have Climbed 68 Percent

· Aug. 25, 2015, 5:06 pm
Chart: Case-Shiller Denver home price index June 2015

In Denver, prices rose from May to June of this year by about a half a percentage point, suggesting increases in home prices might be slowing. Since 2000, home prices in the Denver area have risen 68 percent.

As of June 2015, average home prices in the index's 10-city and 20-city composites are back to their winter 2005 levels. And since their low points in March 2012,  the composites have recovered 33.8 percent and 34.9 percent respectively.

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