1. Rising Prices Continue for Foreseeable Future

    After several months of double digit increases in monthly residential sales, things slowed "a bit" in July with a total of 2,064 homes sold in the four county area including Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld. This represented a 3.6% drop in sales compared to a year earlier and is the first decrease this year. The median selling price is another story as it reached $302,675 in July, the highest…Read More

  2. Who’s Winning In This Market?

    This month, our managing broker Jared Reimer provides insight on the real winners in this market - the move-up buyer and the savvy real estate investors.  Do you have a winning opportunity to take advantage of?  There are abundant opportunities if you know where to look.  Get in contact with us - call, text or email your questions to us and we'll gladly provide you with a winning strategy. Abou…Read More

  3. 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

  4. Larimer, Weld, Broomfield and Boulder Counties See Big Real Estate Gains

    Residential home sales in the four county Northern Colorado area continue on a record breaking pace. The 2,215 homes sold in June represented a 10% increase over last year and the median price broke $300,000 for the first time, hitting $305,000, an increase of 14.2% from June last year.  For the first six months of the current year home sales are up 8.3% and the median price is up 14.9% to $298,…Read More

  5. Remarkable Home Sales Continue Throughout NoCo Region

    Home selling prices in the four county Bizwest region (Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld) continue in uncharted territory with double digit increases in both home sales and median selling price. The rate of increase actually slowed a bit in April with a 12.3% increase in median price but the number actually hit $300,000 for the first time boosting the year to date median price to $294,000. By …Read More

  6. The Unprecedented Real Estate Market

    There has been some recent publicity about the unprecedented real estate market with Core Logic reporting that Colorado showed the highest price increase in the country with prices in February up 9.8% compared to February 2014. The Denver metro area also had the highest metro area price increase in the country, up 11.1% compared to a year earlier. By way of comparison, the national average was up …Read More

  7. The Next Downturn Won’t Be Like The Last

    When things get good in the real estate market, people tend to get fearful quickly and automatically predict a collapse.  The last downturn really put a strain on thousands of families in Northern Colorado via job-loss, foreclosure or bankruptcy.  The memory of the most recent recession looms very heavily even in the hottest real estate market in the country.  People are afraid of being burned…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. Northern Colorado Home Sales in Record Breaking Territory

    Northern Colorado home sales in October set a record for the month with a 20.2% increase over last year, coupled with an 8.6% increase in the average selling price. Both areas of Larimer County had similar results in both the number of homes sold and the average selling price.   This brought the year to date sales almost even with last year, a small decrease of 48 homes sold is the difference be…Read More