September 2021 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

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September 2021 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The real estate market conditions for the Colorado Springs area show a slight swing toward a buyers’ market. Inventory increased for the first time since April 2020. The active inventory is up 15.1% over last year, with 1,146 homes for sale. Competition for homes will ease as more inventory comes on market, although the median time on market is still only 4 days, and prices are still increasing by double digits. The average sales price is just below the $500k threshold, at $498,004. Home sales are down 2.6%, and pending sales are at 2,149 homes. Continue reading →
5 Ways to to maximize your investment property profits

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Real estate investments are about one thing. Profit. And to get strong returns on that investment, you need strong management. Keeping your properties rented and maintained can be complicated. You also want your property to be priced right, and to have a lease that will protect you. Hiring a good property management company can be the best thing you can do to increase your rental income. Here are 5 ways to maximize your investment property profits. Continue reading →

5 Reasons All County® Should Manager your Property

by COL(R) Scott Glascock MPM® RMP®

5 Reasons All County Should Manage your Property: Managing your investment property yourself means a lot of work. From tenant screening to preparing lease documents, you’ll be busy. But don’t let the idea of all this work prevent you from investing in rental property and securing a good course of passive income. Instead, consider hiring a property management company. Here are 5 reasons All County should manage your investment property.
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April 2020 Colorado Springs real estate statistics

April 2020 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The results from the COVID-19 restrictions are starting to affect the local real estate results. The number of new listing is down 24% and sold listings is down 7.7%, showing the agents could not work at full capacity. The Days on Market is down a whopping 35.5% because people snatched up homes while they still could, fearing what might happen in the market.

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February 2020 Colorado Springs PPAR Real Estate Statistics

February 2020 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

February 2020 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics: The median sales price in February broke a record in the Colorado Springs PPAR. With a median of $341,000, this is up almost $30,000 from February 2019, a huge jump. Home inventory is still at a record lows. Full employment and low interest rates are continuing a strong seller’s market.

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Real estate is known as a stable and consistent investment. Housing is a basic need. Rental homes are always in demand, but with the low vacancy rates in Colorado Springs right now, rental properties are at a premium. You can count on your home being rented immediately and consistently if you are with a good property management company. Continue reading →

What do you charge?

Our fee structure varies by level of service and location. However, we’ve been able to keep our fees low because of our continued success. Keep in mind that our goal is always to keep a tenant in your property. When it is vacant and costing you, it’s costing us, too. With the market the way it is right now in Colorado Springs, vacancy is very low. It’s a great time to have an investment property!

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