Local Market Statistics

January 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

Michele Free - Monday, February 19, 2018

January 2018 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The price of a residential home in the Colorado Springs region continues to rise, reaching an all-time high of $295,000. Since less people can afford to buy, there is more demand for Colorado Springs rentals. If you think it's too hard to rent out your home in Colorado Springs, think again! We can guide you through the process every step of the way. Call All Seasons today to find out how you can make money by offering your Colorado Springs investment property as a rental. (719) 632-3368 

January 2018 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

Single Family Home Sales Price

Sales price of single family home according to the PPAR

Median for January 2018: $295,000 Median for January 2017: $265,000 Result: The median sales price of a home is up $30,000 from last year, and at a record high.

Average Days on Market

January 2018: 39 days January 2017: 44 days Result: The average Days on Market is still down. This is good news for sellers, and for investors who own Colorado Springs investment properties.

Year-to-Date (YTD) Total Homes Sold

January 2018: 938 homes sold January 2017: 908 homes sold Result: The number of homes sold Year-to-Date is up about 3% from last year, still a small upward trend. Get more real estate statistics at: all-seasons.com/topics/statistics

The Pikes Peak Association of Realtors (PPAR): https://ppar.com/MarketTrends.aspx

January 2018 Colorado Springs real estate statistics: The price of a residential home in the Colorado Springs region continues to rise, reaching an all-time high of $295,000. Since less people can afford to buy, there is more demand for Colorado Springs rentals. If you think it's too hard to rent out your home in Colorado Springs, think again! We can guide you through the process every step of the way. Call All Seasons today to find out how you can make money by offering your Colorado Springs investment property as a rental. (719) 632-3368