June 2019 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

June 2019 Colorado Springs Local Real Estate Stats

With home prices skyrocketing in the Colorado Springs metro area, more people are having trouble affording to buy a new home. The PPAR market needs an influx of homes to rent. 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 June. You can read more by clicking here: https://ppar.com/MarketTrends.aspx

Total Residential Sales: 1,651

This number is down 4.9% from last year, reflecting rising home prices.

Total Active Listings: 2,123

This is down 1.7% from June of 2018.

Median Price of Home: $331,000

Still rising, up 16% from last year at this time, when it was $285,250. As home prices rise, the market needs more rental homes.

Average Days on Market: 24

This number usually goes down during the summer. Last year it was 21, showing DoM is up 14.3% this year


Home prices are rising fast. There are just not enough homes in the price range most people want in the PPAR region.

What does all of this mean? 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: http://allcountycs.com/available-rentals

Call us today at: (719) 445-7172 for more information about renting out your home in Colorado Springs.

All County is here for you!

Are you hot? Time to cool down.

Are you hot? Time to cool down.

Are you hot? The 1st day of summer is June 21st, so it’s time to start summerizing your home. (Is that a word?) There’s a lot you can do to keep your family cool without spending too much money.

Close the blinds

Simple, right?

I don’t want to bore you with statistics, but I’m going to give you some anyway. Family Handyman says that 30% of unwanted heat comes from windows. Blocking that sunlight can save you up to 7% on your utility bill, and lower the indoor temp by as much as 20 degrees!

Are you hot? Try these window things:

Keep blinds and curtains closed

Before you go to work, close all the blinds. Pull the curtains closed.

Add press-on window tinting

Here, you can get as creative as you want. There is decorative tinting that looks like stained glass. You can get 1-way tinting that lets you see out, but not in. One way window film can block out up to 85% of infrared rays and 97% of UV rays, really reducing heat and glare.

Invest in blackout curtains

Blackout curtains do what they say: block sunlight. Consumer Reports recommends neutral-colored curtains with light block backing to reduce heat up to 33%. You don’t have to spend a bundle. You can buy the fabric and make the curtains yourself, or pick them up at do-it-yourself stores anywhere.

Solar screens

Many companies are now offering sun blocking screens. These can filter up to 90% of the light coming int the room, while letting you have the window open for ventilation. Great idea!

Are you still hot?

Make sure your ceiling fans rotate counter-clockwise

You knew this, right? Ceiling fans run two different directions, to help with hot or cold weather. Set to run counter-clockwise in the summer at a higher speed, the fan will create a wind-chill breeze effect that will make you and your guests feel cooler.

Are you still hot?

Put on your apron and get grilling

Who needs an excuse to get outside and show off your master grilling talents? If you’re using the oven, it’ll heat up your house quickly. So go outside to cook!

But run your kitchen exhaust fan anyway. It’ll draw hot air out of the kitchen whether you’re cooking inside or not.

Still hot?

If you’re looking for a place to rent with air conditioning, call us, or go to: available-rentals on our website to look at what’s available in Colorado Springs. Or call us at: (719) 445-7172 for more info. It’s never been easier to rent a home! Or be cool.

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event

All County attended the K9 event on Saturday and had a great time, while supporting our local heroes. Thanks to everyone who came out to man the booth, participate in the events, donate, and bid on our gift basket. It was a blast!

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event
Homes for Heroes color guard makes their entrance.
Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event
The winner of the All County gift basket donation. A special basket celebrating our 4-legged friends.

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event
Another homespun booth at the K9 Party!
Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event
Broncos Cheerleaders came out to support our heroes. Have to get your picture taken with the Broncos Cheerleaders! These girls work tirelessly for Colorado good works!
Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event

Homes for Heroes Community Cares K9 Event
Ziggy the mountain goat has been a fixture at Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC games at Weidner Field since he first descended from the Rocky Mountains looking to spread his passion for the game to local fans. He loved our booth!