1. Homeowners Just Aren’t Moving

    In the Northern Colorado area, we've seen the inventory crunch for about 7-8 years now - more folks moving into town rather than leaving, less new construction coming on-line and people delaying their next move for a variety of reasons.  Within the last year, the national market is feeling that squeeze, too. You'll likely hear more and more news about the looming inventory crunch. There's a terri…Read More

  2. 2021 Starts Off Sizzling

    2021 has started off sizzling with big time increases in median values across the region and BIG sales figures, too.  January is typically a pretty calm and relaxed month.  Sales that close throughout the month were those started in the "no-man's land" timeframe between Thanksgiving and Christmas where there aren't many sellers out there.  In the COVID era, it doesn't appear that anything is go…Read More

  3. Sales and Prices Surge

    October was far from the typical month in Northern Colorado, buoyed by low interest rates and continual, fierce demand for homes in the area.  In general, October is a transitional month from the end of the "busy" market to the beginning of the "slow" season. When the weather turns, kids go back to school and holidays approach, we see a drop off in available inventory.  The drop in inventory hap…Read More

  4. Record Home Prices in August

    Another month post-COVID and the Northern Colorado real estate market continues to scream ahead posting record home prices in August in Fort Collins and Loveland.  Not to be outdone, Greeley posted near record home prices in August as well.  The big boost was record low interest rates for purchases, providing a little bit more buying potential for those buyers who have been struggling to get a h…Read More

  5. Statistics Blog is Out

    The easiest way to keep up with the market is to follow me on Instagram or Facebook - I'll link every blog I post I create (like the Statistics blog I wrote yesterday...) - You'll always have a quick and easy read to stay on top of the Northern Colorado Real Estate market! Contact me at 970.222.1049 or email me at Jared@AscentREProfessionals.com.  As always, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instag…Read More

  6. New Neighborhood Spotlight: Hammond

    Jared's new neighborhood spotlight feature is dedicated to showcasing Northern Colorado's new construction communities.  Whether they're affordable, production level, semi-custom, or fully custom homes, you'll enjoy this deep dive into each neighborhood.  If you'd like a new project featured, just contact me - I'm happy to showcase your special spot.  And if you're interested in potentially …Read More

  7. The Craft Broker Difference – I’m Not “Salesy”

    I understand that we operate in a competitive and crowded marketplace.  Every agent is a little different, every brokerage and real estate office is different - that's what makes our industry strong: diversity!  If you're seeking out an agent or a company to do business with, it can be hard to compare and it can be difficult to really find what makes a company unique.  In my "The Craft Broker D…Read More

  8. Realtors Are Advocates For You – Video

    In our September 2016 Market update, managing broker Jared Reimer shares median values for Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, along with some insight on how Realtors are advocates for you, achievable housing and property rights. Contact us for more information if you're wanting to make a move, we're glad to help.  As always, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Youtube! About the Author…Read More

  9. NoCo Median Values Up Nearly 10% in 2016

    Median values across Northern Colorado in August were robust again, as compared to 2015. The median values throughout the region soared up to $317,000, the highest we've ever seen, and there is no slowing in sight.  Through the end of August, a total of 7456 homes have sold in the Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley/Weld area, up 9.12% from the same timeframe in 2015, with a good portion of that …Read More

  10. Northern Colorado Home Prices Continue Upward

    Second verse, same as the first!  Northern Colorado home prices continue upward through February with a robust report from the Greeley/Evans area.  A total of 1221 sales represented just over a 13 percent increase from the YTD 2015 sales along with a very strong regional increase in median value, up 6.61% to $298,500.  If momentum continues, we will see a regional median value above $300,000 …Read More