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
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 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
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 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics
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 →
October 2019 Local Real Estate Stats Colorado Springs: The PPAR Colorado Springs real estate market has moved into a seller’s market this October. That means that people who are selling a home have the advantage over those that are trying to buy. Continue reading →
September 2019 Local Real Estate Stats Colorado Springs: What does the real estate market in September tell us about rental homes? Home prices are still rising and there are less active listings in the Colorado Springs metro area. This means more people are having trouble affording to buy a new home, and the PPAR market needs more rental homes. Continue reading →