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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February 2022 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
March 2022 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: Last month set records for Pikes Peak area real estate. 1,361 homes were sold, the most for March, ever. The median and average prices also broke previous records. Average price increased to $539,555. Median price increased to $475,000. For 2022, we’re expecting more homes on the market and a price appreciation to slow. Interest rates will rise this year, decreasing buying power for buyers.
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