As I’m sure you’ve probably noticed, housing prices have gone up quite a bit along Colorado’s Front Range.
Low interest rates, strong demand, lower supply, and a healthy local economy are all contributing to increased prices.
It may interest you to see exactly how much prices have increased since one year ago in the markets where we have the most activity.
Over the last year, Weld County has increased roughly $100,000, Metro Denver $90,000 and Larimer County $60,000.
Specifically, here are the average prices one year ago vs. today:
- Weld County = $426,000 vs. $523,000
- Metro Denver = $523,000 vs. $612,000
- Larimer County = $532,000 vs. $592,000
With that being said Real Estate can still be hyper local, sometimes right down to the block. If you’re ever curious about what’s going on in your neighborhood just let me know. I’m always happy to share my insight.