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December 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
December 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The December real estate market was slow. How slow? December of 2022 will be remembered as one of the slowest months in recent memory.

Prices fell a bit; the median down 2.0% from last year, and the average down 3.0%. The median sale price was 99.8%, showing prices are still holding firm. Homes are still selling for pretty close to asking price.
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November 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Stats
November 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: Inventory seems to have reached its summit, with current inventory at 2,424 homes for sale. Our one month supply is now at 78 days. Inventory is up 182.5% from last year, offering more choices for buyers and competition for sellers. Instead of falling, prices continue to rise, increasing at a much more moderate pace
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July 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Stats
July 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: Increase in inventory has defined our local real estate market over the last year, and it hasn’t slowed down. July’s median home price is 11% higher than last July. There are no signs of a housing market crash in Colorado Springs, but a shift is happening. Even with interest rates rising, housing prices are increasing in the Pikes Peak region. The home inventory is finally enough to meet the demand for single-family homes in Colorado Springs, a relief to buyers.
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June 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Stats
June 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The most significant statistic is the increase in inventory. This is the first month we are seeing over 2,000 homes for sale since the start of the pandemic, a relief to our market’s buyers. It is important to note that this inventory level is similar to the levels in 2019 & 2019, so the PPAR market is getting back to normal levels.
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