Fort Collins Real Estate

Economics Credibility in Real Estate Statistics & Market Trends   Are the national and local market and trends that are being fed to you credible? Is your real estate resource full of trustworthy statistics that enhance your knowledge of whether to buy or sell? Know that It is okay to ask for the source and credibility of the statistics that are influencing your future […]
Buyers Two Tales This is a Tale of Two Counties. When it comes to new home activity, there is a big difference between Larimer and Weld Counties. Larimer County new home starts are down 10% and new home closings are down 15% compared to last year. Weld County new home starts are up 18% and new home closings […]
Colorado Real Estate Market Ranked! The latest report from the Federal Housing Finance Authority is hot off the press. They rank 241 major metropolitan areas across the U.S. for yearly home price appreciation. They show that, nationally, home prices have gone up 4.99% over the last 12 months. Here’s how the major cities rank in Colorado among the 241:   […]
Buyers How’s 2019? A lot of our clients are asking how 2019 is starting off. Here’s one thing we notice… There are more homes to choose from, which is great news for buyers. In January alone 4,821 homes came on the market in Metro Denver. That is a 14% increase compared to one year ago. At our annual […]
Colorado Real Estate Market Colorado Real Estate Market Update   The following analysis of the Metro Denver & Northern Colorado real estate market (which now includes Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Park Counties) is provided by Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. We hope that this information may assist you with making better-informed real estate decisions. For further information about the housing market in […]
Colorado Real Estate Market Is There A Bubble? Economists say there are three reasons why we aren’t in a housing bubble today. The first reason they mention is the amount of new home construction compared to the 2006 housing bubble. Today, along the Front Range, new home starts are down 38% compared to 2006. This is despite a much higher population than 12 […]
Buyers The Cost of Waiting  It’s true, certain parts of our market are cooling off. We are seeing fewer multiple offers, fewer bidding wars, and fewer inspection concessions. However, homes that are priced right and in great condition are selling, and in many cases, selling quickly. As buyers feel the market cool a bit, it may cause them to want […]
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