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$675,000 to $1 Million – Average Days on Market for Colorado Real Estate

For homes in a considerably higher price point, the average number of days it takes them to find a buyer (Days on Market) tends to go up.

 

It’s a bit of a smaller buyer pool above $675k.

 

LIVE INTERACTIVE CHART BY INFOSPARKS – SCROLL OVER CHART LINES FOR MORE DATA

LIVE INTERACTIVE CHART BY INFOSPARKS – SCROLL OVER CHART LINES FOR MORE DATA

I like the chart lines on this interactive frame from InfoSparks, because as it says, when you scroll over it, it shares data specific to the moment. However, sometimes these numbers are easier to discern in bar graph format. Let’s look at it that way.

Again, same data, different presentation.

The average days spent on the market for these more expensive homes in Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud and Boulder is kind of all over the place. That could be in part because less inventory moves in this category, so any differences in how many actually sold, could have a skewing effect on the AVERAGES. As you can see, in Loveland in 2016 these homes spent an average of 120 days on the market. That’s a third of the entire year. Days on market cut in half in 2017, and increased by 34% to 2018. A few more properties, or less, can really affect the averages we see.

Boulder, who sees more of these sales per year than any of the areas, has the steadiest averages.

See Average Days on Market – $475,000 to $675,000 – Fort Collins, Colorado and More

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