1. Fort Collins Real Estate Recovery – 2012

    It's an exciting time in the Fort Collins real estate recovery.  We have come such a long way from hitting bottom in 2010, and luckily for us, our hole to dig out of is certainly not as deep as some truly depressed national real estate markets.  A lot has been made nationally about prices of real estate still being at depressed levels.  The return of price increases, multiple offers and increas…Read More

  2. A Very Good Year For Fort Collins Real Estate – 2012

    If you're 'experienced' enough to remember Frank Sinatra's hit 'It Was a Very Good Year', you might be able to apply the title to Fort Collins real estate in 2012.  It certainly was a very good year!  In Fort Collins, residential home sales blew away any and all expectations,  with a 20.5% increase in amount of homes sold, along with a comfortable 3.5% gain in average selling price. For referen…Read More

  3. Predictions for Fort Collins Real Estate in 2013

    2013  is upon us and real estate in Fort Collins is moving at a furious pace!  In 2012, we saw the return of the buyer and the re-emergence of the home builder. Although 2012 started off with uncertainty, it certainly ended with a very positive outlook.  Fort Collins ended the year up over 20% in volume and sales.  If the trend continues, which we expect, here are a few predictions for Fort Co…Read More

  4. 2012 Loveland and Fort Collins Real Estate Recovery

    As expected and predicted, by the end of 2012 we've seen a major and very sustainable real estate recovery in Loveland and Fort Collins. As interest rates remain low, home affordability at it's highest levels in generations, and decreasing inventory levels, both volume and amount of homes sold have completely recovered to near pre recession levels. This is great news as we enter in our "off seaso…Read More

  5. Northern Colorado Home Values Continue Up

    As we near the end of 2012, Northern Colorado home values continue up.  In October, we've surpassed the entire amount of sales recorded in 2011, and still have plenty of time to go.   Buyers purchasing before the winter weather approached help boost Fort Collins sales up 28.4% over 2011, the biggest month to month gain this year.  If the rest of the year follows suit, we're on track for well ov…Read More

  6. Everyone Wins in This Real Estate Market – September 2012

    As we move on past another month and into another quarter, the numbers keep looking better and better in this real estate market.  Home sales were up 27%  in September 2012 and 24.5% for the third quarter.  We are currently seeing a 20% gain year to date compared to 2011.  In spite of increased demand, we are seeing marginal price increases, just up .3% in August, 2.6% for the quarter,and 3.5%…Read More

  7. Low Fort Collins Real Estate Inventory

    Recent activity suggests that buyers are having a very difficult time with low Fort Collins real estate inventory, especially price ranges of $225,000 and below.  Low inventory is forcing buyers to act quickly when competing for available listings. Currently there are nearly 1,500 homes currently "active" in Fort Collins.  Year to date, we have just over 2,000 sold listings.  This means that th…Read More

  8. Fort Collins Real Estate Market Conditions – August 2012

    Another month and even more good news in the Fort Collins real estate recovery.  In August, Fort Collins recorded an astounding 21.8% gain on closed sales and a 7% price increase from August 2011.   At the end of August, over 2400 homes have been sold this year, which puts us at pre-recession levels - on track for more than 3,300 sales.  The average sales price across Fort Collins is the highes…Read More

  9. The Northern Colorado Real Estate Market – June 2012

    2012 has already been a great year for the Northern Colorado real estate market.   We're shaking off the recession and are really showing signs of full recovery.  Although it doesn't quite look like a full blown seller's market, we're already seeing reduced inventories and more buyer competition.. Sales in 2012 are well above the levels from 2010 and 2011 in Northern Colorado.  Even comparing t…Read More

  10. Northern Colorado Real Estate Market Statistics – Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland and Windsor

    There are three distinct, major real estate markets in Northern Colorado: Loveland & Berthoud, Greeley & Evans and Fort Collins.  Uniquely enough, the town of Windsor is divided across all 3 of these markets.  Beyond the major markets, we can view new construction, resale, detached single family homes and attached condo/townhomes.  On the whole, the three areas that make up the Northern…Read More