Colorado Rental Market Update: The Rental Needle Remains Steady in Q2 2023

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Wondering what happened to rental rates in Colorado during Q2 of 2023? We’ve got answers for you! Check out our recent press release about what the Colorado rental market and rental rates did during the second quarter of 2023.

Colorado Rental Market Update: How Did Rental Rates Change in Q2 of 2023?

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Real Property Management Colorado, part of the nation’s leading property management franchise organization, has reviewed their Q2 rental market data, which reveals that rental market rates in Colorado and the Denver Metro area have remained steady compared to previous quarters.

The company analyzed data from their portfolio, including single family home rentals, townhomes, condos, and other multi-family units in Denver and along the Front Range, and found that the average rent across the state and in the Denver Metro saw little change from Q2 of 2022 to Q2 of 2023. The average rent for single family homes in Denver in Q2 2023 was $2648, a 0.38% increase from the same time last year. Quarter-over-quarter, Denver’s single family home rent increased by only 0.11% from $2645 to $2648.

Average rents for single family homes along the Front Range saw a higher increase of 1.87% from Q2 of 2022, rising to $2555 on average compared to $2508 in 2022. Quarter-over-quarter showed a much more promising increase, gaining 2.98% from Q1 2023. As it stands, the company predicts that Q3 will continue this trend of steadily increasing rent growth.

“We’re very pleased to see that the rental market continues to grow in spite of a very soft Winter that has now come and gone,” said Greg Bacheller, owner of Real Property Management Colorado. “We continue to see nothing but upward trends in this market place continuing for the foreseeable future.”

Average rents by county for Q2 2023 were calculated at the following: Adams $2261, Arapahoe $2300, Boulder $2500, Broomfield $2473, Denver $1785, Douglas $2892, El Paso $2116, Jefferson $2407, Larimer $2026, and Weld $2102.

Average rents by number of bedrooms in Q2 of 2023 were: 1 $1205; 2 $1751; 3 $2382; 4 $2782; 5 $3105; and 6 $3248.

The data includes single family homes, townhomes, condos, multi-plexes, and apartments located along the Front Range.

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About Real Property Management Colorado
Real Property Management Colorado is the leading residential property management company servicing the Denver, Northern Colorado and Colorado Springs marketplaces. The company leases and manages residential property for individual owners, investors, and financial institutions. The company specializes in single-family homes, townhomes, lofts, condos, multi-plexes and small apartment buildings. In the last 12 months, Real Property Management Colorado has leased over 1,000 homes.

About Real Property Management
Real Property Management is a franchise organization owned by Neighborly, a privately held corporation based in Texas. With over 25 years of industry expertise, Real Property Management franchises provide full-service residential property management for thousands of investors and rental home owners from more than 260 independently owned and operated offices throughout the United States and Canada. For more information about Real Property Management, property management services or franchising opportunities, visit or