CHRISTOPHER WEBSTER REPORTS (CWREP) was established in 1982 to provide a sophisticated and thorough analysis of the Santa Fe real estate market. A data bank of relevant information pertaining to sold property in Santa Fe beginning in 1978 was, and continues to be, compiled. Formatted in three chapters, Residential, Commercial, and Vacant Land, and previously produced twice each year, the report now continues to perpetually provide colored bar and pie graphs and charts with explanatory text to provide the most precise analytical overview of the Santa Fe real estate market. Information is taken from the Santa Fe Association of Realtors and its Multiple Listing Service, Dodge Reports on commercial activity, and City, County and State bureaucratic offices and agencies. To follow are the most recent 2016 end of year Residential Listings (SUPPLY) and Sales (DEMAND) graphs overviewing the most recent year along with previous market activity and information. The trailing decade plus review below shows absorption rates for Two Million Dollar Plus Homes at approximately 6 years after meandering to a high absorption at 3-4 years in the 2005-2007 period and reaching the lowest absorption of just over 9+ years in the 2009 – 2010 period.