The Atlas Real Property Market Report is a real estate market report that shows real estate prices in real time across the country.
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The Atlas Real Home Price Index (ASPI) is a measure of the average value of a home across the nation.
In 2018, it measured a $1,200,000 house for sale in the Denver metro area.
The index is not the best gauge of what’s going on in the real estate markets.
The average price of a house in Denver is not necessarily indicative of what the average price will be in a few years.
The ASPI also doesn’t factor in any taxes.
So how does the ASPI measure a house?
It uses a formula that is called the “Mileage Score,” which is calculated by dividing the house’s value by its square footage.
The formula has a range of 10 to 100.
That means a $100,000 home could be worth $1.10 million in 2020.
In 2020, the average house in the metro area was worth $2,988,900.
In 2019, the ASPIs average value was $2.25 million, meaning a house worth $500,000 in 2020 would be worth over $1 million.
So if a home was worth that much in 2019, it could have been worth $4.1 million in 2021.
What’s more, the median price of homes in the area in 2019 was $3.45 million.
That’s the average for the metro areas that year, which is about $8,000 a square foot.
The median price for homes in 2021 was $5,500,500.
This is important because it shows that prices have continued to climb, not fall, over the last decade.
In 2021, prices in Denver increased 7.5 percent to $2 million.
In the metro region, they rose 13.9 percent to a median price that was $4,543,800.
This is still a high number for the area, but not so high as to be a disaster for an individual looking to buy.