1. Northern Colorado Real Estate is White Hot

    There has been a lot of publicity given to the residential real estate market recently, headlined by rising prices, which in the Denver Metro area are at the top of the list nationwide. According to recent reports, Case Shiller says year over year prices are up 10%, REColorado reports 11.3% and CoreLogic comes in at 9.8%. We thought we would take a look at the price gains in the Bizwest four count…Read More

  2. Buyers are Hurting for Homes

    A normal, balanced residential real estate market is considered to be a six month supply of homes for sale. During the last year the market struggled with a supply in the range of two to three months, less than half the amount required. And we are starting off 2015 with a record low inventory measured in weeks rather than months.  More than ever before, buyers are hurting for homes. The table sho…Read More

  3. Limited Homes For Sale in Fort Collins – April 2014 Update

    As the temperatures begin to rise, so too does the real estate market begin to heat up.  With 60% of the annual home sales occurring over the next six months, we are extremely short of available homes for purchase.  Although we are seeing more homes for sale in Fort Collins, inventory levels are nowhere near seasonally adjusted averages.  The inventory varies considerably by price range as revi…Read More

  4. 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