Inventory continues to climb in today's metro Denver housing market, according to the latest housing report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
The number of homes on the market in metro Denver is at a three-year high, up 3.96 percent year-over-year.
The climb in active listings is not slowing down the hot market: The average year-to-date sold price stands at $526,313 for single-family homes, up 9.68 percent from last year. The median sold price is $446,003, up 8.78 percent year-over-year, the report says.
Those hot housing numbers mean the buying power of dollars are changing. With that in mind, 9NEWS Mornings on Tuesday will look at how far your dollars go in today's housing market in 23 metro Denver cities, from Golden out west to Aurora in the east, Northglenn in the north and Castle Rock in the south -- and everything in between.
Here's a look at homes you can buy in those cities at three different price points:
$350,000 or less
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$350,000 to $500,000
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$500,000 to $1 million
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Tune into 9NEWS Mornings on Ch. 9 and Ch. 20 all next week, Nov. 12-16, for more coverage on how far your spending dollars go.
9NEWS will also take you inside several metro-area properties priced around $425,000. Those properties are:
1401 Cannon St. #A
5364 Allison St. #A, Bldg. 3
6538 S. Clayton St.
1780 Washington St. #106