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April 2016 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

April 2016 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics for


The Colorado Springs Real Estate Market Report for April 2016

According to the new data released by the Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS® for April 2016, the Colorado Springs real estate market is still struggling to find enough homes to meet the demands of the intense home buying market.

The Bottom line:

We are now at an average of only 36 days on the market for all sales combined. Many homes are selling within hours. We listed this home in Fountain and sold it within 6 hours of being on the market. Homes in the lower price ranges are selling within hours.

Let's take a look at the April 2016 real estate market numbers for Colorado Springs:

April 2016 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics

  • New Listings: 1,952 (Up +6.2% from last year)
  • Sold Listings: 1,268 (Up +11.4% from last year)
  • Total Active Listings: 2,080 (Down -32.8% from last year)
  • Median Sales Price: $248,050 (Up +5.3% from last year)
  • Total Under Contract: 3,067 (Up +13.4% from last year)
  • List To Sold Price Ratio: 99.7% (Up +0.7% from last year)
  • Days on the Market: 36 Days (Down 40% from last year)

The Colorado Springs Real Estate Market is Strong!

April is usually the month where we see an increase in home sales, coming out of the winter months. Although we did see a large increase over last year, some heavy snow storms kept the sales numbers down lower than expected. We are still seeing the same trends of less inventory and very high buyer demand. We still need more listing to satisfy our busy Summer market.

April 2016 Colorado Springs Real Estate Market Report

These numbers cover all of Colorado Springs, CO and the surrounding areas, including Black Forest, Broadmoor, Briargate, Fountain, Falcon, Gleneagle, Larkspur, Manitou Springs, Monument, Northgate, Old Colorado City, Palmer Lake, Peyton, Powers, Rockrimmon, Security, Tri-Lakes, Widefield, Woodland Park, and Woodmoor areas.

 

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1 Responses to "April 2016 Colorado Springs Real Estate Statistics"

Brandon Connell wrote: I have been researching Colorado Springs for a few years now. I was planning more recently on buying another home, this time out there, for my son and I. The setting alone explains the strong real estate market, with a backdrop of a mountain.

Posted on Sat, Jun 04th, 2016 08:30pm

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