1. Fort Collins and Loveland Real Estate Market in 2015

    The Fort Collins and Loveland real estate market continued with it's record breaking pace in 2014 and with price increases continuing into the foreseeable future, 2015 is likely to be on the same course.  We are very excited for the progress that was made in the Northern Colorado real estate market since the great recession, and we are eager to participate in and help develop this market in 2015…Read More

  2. 2014: The Year in Review

    Smashed isn’t exactly the word for a modest 2.4% increase but considering it is on top of a 15.7% record setting increase in 2013 sales, this further 2.4% increase to 19,154 home sales in 2014 is unprecedented in the four county area. Coupled with a 6.4% increase in the median home price the total volume for 2014 was $6.23 billion; the first time sales have broken $6 billion mark and is an 8.2% …Read More

  3. Northern Colorado Real Estate Update – June 2014

    Once again, Northern Colorado real estate sales are strengthening.  All things considered, 2014 has been a very strong year throughout the region, but especially in the Greeley/Evans area.  In Larimer and Weld County, year-to-date sales are down, but only by 2.4%, while total sales volume is up to $691,983,571 which represents a 5.7% gain region wide.  What that means is that Northern Colorado …Read More

  4. Northern Colorado Real Estate Update – April 2014

    Northern Colorado real estate sales, especially in Weld County, are booming with a 22.3% increase for the first two months of this year on top of a 20% increase last year. This compares to sales in the Loveland and Fort Collins area which are down 8.5% and 7.5% respectively after recording 17.1% and 14.7% increases last year. Weld County sales have typically accounted for 40% of the total area but…Read More

  5. Northern Colorado Real Estate Update – February 2014

    Northern Colorado real estate sales in January were certainly all over the map ranging from a 34.4% increase in Weld County to a 24.8% decrease in the Loveland area. The average selling price increased in each area but ranged from a 2.7% increase in the Fort Collins area to a whopping 20% increase in the Loveland area. Overall a slim 2.6% increase in home sales compared to January last year and an…Read More

  6. Home Sales in Northern Colorado – January 2014

    After several years in the doldrums, 2013 residential home sales in Northern Colorado broke out in a big way setting all time record levels for homes sold, average price and total volume. The table compares 2013 sales with 2012. The 10,923 closed sales were a 17.4% increase over the previous year, the average selling price of $254,509 was a 7.1% increase and the total volume of $2.78 billion is a …Read More

  7. 2014 Real Estate Predictions

    2013 was a breakout year for real estate in Northern Colorado.  On average, sales were up 17.4% in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, while prices were up on average over 7.1%.  Although nobody has a crystal ball, we're experienced and bold enough to make some 2014 real estate predictions for Northern Colorado. 2014 Real Estate Predictions Home Sales Stay Level with 2013 Sales Nearly 11,000 hom…Read More

  8. Northern Colorado Home Sales Reach Record Levels

    Northern Colorado home sales within Larimer County have set an all time volume record in 2013 with total sales of $1.78 billion. This is an increase of 22.8% over last year which in turn was a 25% increase over 2011. The previous record was set way back in 2005 with $1.61 billion in sales. There were 6,389 homes sold in 2013, a 15.6% increase over last year and within a whisker of the record 6,422…Read More