We continue to see moderate appreciation in most markets with some small price corrections thrown into the mix depending on what sub market you are looking at. Loveland had a price correction of -1.2% when compared with the median price in October 2018. But all other NoCo markets inched higher. If you look at all […]
The market has cooled slightly with the rise in interest rates and the time of year. But we’re still seeing fairly strong appreciation rates of 3-10% depending on the area. Considering that interest rates have increased almost a full point over the last year, we expected a more significant market cool off and perhaps a […]
Strong Seller’s Market Persists Despite Continued Increases in Number of Homes Listed
During the final quarter of 2015 we again saw increases in the number of properties listed for sale in almost every Northern Colorado market.
Fall is typically a time of year when real estate activity slows a bit. The summer selling season is winding down, most folks with school aged kids worked hard to complete their move during the summer so the sales volume slows once September rolls around. So when our team began to see signs of a cooling market this fall
Low inventory and rapid appreciation continue to characterize the Northern Colorado Real Estate market. The median sale price in the city of Fort Collins was $256,000 in the 4th quarter of 2013, while the 4th quarter of 2014 saw a median sale price of $286,000–that’s a 15.6% increase. It’s no wonder prices are up again […]
With all the news and hype about the red hot real estate market in Fort Collins we are hearing a lot of our buying clients drop the B word and ask if they are buying in the midst of a bubble in home prices. It’s a valid question that deserves a look at historical data. […]
As I sit and review the 3rd quarter 2012 housing stats for Fort Collins, the numbers tell the story my team and I have been relaying to our clients all year: Inventory is down, prices are up; our market is moving! The combination of continued population growth in Fort Collins and a recession that brought […]