August 2019 Local Real Estate Stats for Colorado Springs

August 2019 Local Real Estate Stats Colorado Springs

August 2019 Local Real Estate Stats Colorado Springs: What does the real estate market in August tell us about rental homes? Home prices are still rising and there are less active listings in the Colorado Springs metro area. This means more people are having trouble affording to buy a new home, and the PPAR market needs more rental homes. If you have investment property you’d like to rent, call us today at (719) 445-7172 Here are some of the numbers in the PPAR region for August. You can read more by clicking here:

Total Residential Sales: 1,542

This number is up 0.8% from last year, pretty much staying the same.

Total Active Listings: 2,194

This is down a whopping 9.1% from August of 2018, but about the same as last month. Steady as she goes.

Median Price of Home: $330,000

Still rising, up 4.8% from last year at this time, but down a bit from last month.

Average Days on Market: 22

Down a big 15.4% from last year. One of the statistics you want to be down, so this is good news for the market.


Home prices are still rising. The PPAR region still needs more rental homes so that people who can’t afford to buy but still want a nice home for their family can find a rental.

What do the August 2019 local real estate stats for Colorado Springs tell us about rental homes? It’s a great time to have a Colorado Springs investment home, and a great time to rent a home in Colorado Springs! Check out our available rentals at:

Call us today at: (719) 445-7172 for more information about renting out your home in Colorado Springs. We handle single-family rental homes, as well multiple family dwellings.

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Property Manager's Responsibility to Protect the Public

Property Manager’s Responsibility to Protect the Public

All County® Colorado Springs takes property management seriously. We study and enforce the standards of professionalism expected in our field. Here are the property management standards of professionalism that we take an oath to follow. The 1st article of the property management standards of professionalism addresses the property manager’s responsibility to protect the public. It says, “The Property Manager shall protect the public against fraud, misrepresentation, and unethical practices in property management.”  You can read more about our story here:

Property Manager’s Responsibility to Protect the Public

The National Association of Residential Property Managers (“NARPM®”) promotes a high standard of business ethics, professionalism, and fair housing practices. All property managers who are members of NARPM® must abide by the following Code of Ethics and Standards of Professionalism (the “Code”). You can read more here:

The Property Manager:

  1. Shall endeavor to eliminate, through the normal course of business, any practices that could be damaging to the public or discredit the profession.
  2. Shall cooperate with the governmental agency charged with regulating the practices of Property Managers.
  3. Shall comply with all relevant local and state ordinances regarding real estate law, licensing, insurance, and banking.
  4. Shall comply with all federal and state antitrust laws and shall follow the NARPM® Antitrust Policy and any related procedures.
  5. Shall not reveal confidential information of Clients, Tenants or others except as required in the course of performing their duties or as otherwise required by law. The Property Manager shall take all reasonable precautions to protect confidential information.
  6. Shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that information on their website, or that of his or her Firm, is current and accurate. If it becomes apparent that information on the website is not current or accurate, then the Property Manager shall promptly take corrective action.
  7. Shall make sure their website does not contain any deceptive metatags or other devices/methods to direct, drive, or divert Internet traffic in a deceptive manner or to otherwise mislead users. The website shall not manipulate listing content in any deceptive or misleading way.
  8. Shall disclose all details on the availability of rental properties to prospective parties on a regular and timely basis.
  9. Shall make every effort to not exaggerate, misrepresent, misinform, or conceal pertinent facts in the advertising, leasing, and management of property.
  10. Shall make reasonable attempts to remove from the Internet listings for rentals that are no longer available.

Following the Property Manager’s Responsibility to Protect the Public is one way we protect those we serve. If you are in need of a property manager, call All County® today! (719) 445-7172

We’ll make sure you have responsible property management.