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August 2020 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: August 2020 didn’t beat July’s record sales, but came close. For the 2nd time, we had all-time high record sales of 1,771 homes, up 14.9% from last year. Continue reading →
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.
March 2020 real estate statistics: Before the COVID-19 restrictions, 2020 real estate had a strong start, setting records in home prices and sales. The Colorado Springs real estate market did not slow down in March.
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.
January 2020 for the Pikes Peak PPAR region shows very low inventory. Total Active Listings are 1,190, with a record high Median Sales Price at $336,795.
December 2019 for the Pikes Peak PPAR region broke records. There were record sales for December, with 1,247 homes sold, up 17.2% from last December. Continue reading →
November 2019 Local Real Estate Stats Colorado Springs: The PPAR Colorado Springs real estate market has continued to be a seller’s market this November. That means that people who are selling a home have the advantage over those that are trying to buy. Continue reading →