After months of bidding wars, rising prices and extreme concessions by buyers, realtors said the market is starting to look normal.

DENVER — Frustrated would-be homebuyers who gave up on their search this spring may find more success now – a new market trends report by the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR) found. 

In the group’s analysis of the metro area’s housing market in July, realtors noted a return to normal behaviors after more than a year of extremes.

“We’re starting to see a return to normalcy,” DMAR Market Trends Committee chair Andrew Abrams said. “That looks like seasonality.”

What Abrams called the “buyer frenzy” usually winds down around July 4. This year, it…

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