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$475,000 – $675,000 Colorado Properties – Average Days on Market

When people ask me, “How’s the Colorado real estate market?”, I often answer with a question of my own.

“What part of the Colorado real estate market?”

If you are talking properties that costs under $375,000, it’s a different story than properties that are over $550,000. If a so-called ‘healthy’ market is characterized by a supply of inventory that could last us 90 days or more, well, at under $400,000, this is an ‘unhealthy’ market. It’s a seller’s market at those price points. A seller’s market on steroids.

As the price increases, though, the market becomes a little bit more reasonable. As these numbers show, that varies per area, city and town in Colorado. However, if you are selling your home in this price range, the process may resemble more of a standard real estate transaction, and less of a, dare I say, feeding frenzy, as is happening with Colorado real estate under $400,000.

Average Days on Market – Data for 2017 and 2018

Real Estate | Fort Collins, Loveland, Boulder, Berthoud | $475,000 – $675,999

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As you can see, there isn’t much difference year over year in the number of days these higher priced homes are spending on the market. They are going a bit faster than they did last year. Loveland, Colorado real estate saw the biggest change in number of days on market with an 8.2% drop, from 122 average days on market last year to 112 this year.

Expectations of how long it will take your property in this price range to sell are holding steady. When I break it out and add another year of data, we see the same trend.

Average Days on Market – Data for 2016, 2017 and 2018

Real Estate | Fort Collins, Loveland, Boulder, Berthoud | $475,000 – $675,999

Fort Collins and Berthoud homes for sale were on the market in for a bit longer in 2016.

Colorado Realtor® Paul Wozniak

The reason this is important is because when you sell your property, especially your primary residence, it’s a big deal. It affects our lives. How long will you have to be ready for showings? If you are moving before you sell, how long will you have that other payment to consider?

That was a look at average days on market for the higher price point. If you’d like to see something custom, another price range, be in touch and I can post something here, or answer your Colorado real estate questions on an ongoing basis. As a Realtor®, that’s what I do, and I’d love to help you!