When Is The Busiest Time of Year in Colorado Real Estate?

Summer.

Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen. Goodnight.

But seriously, closed real estate sales in Fort Collins, Loveland, Wellington and Severance tend to wax in the spring, peak in the summer and wane to the winter. I refer you to Exhibit A.

Exhibit A – Closed Real Estate Sales – Monthly – 2015-2018

Fort Collins, Loveland, Wellington and Severance

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

As you can see when you scroll over the lines with your cursor, each one of those peaks for the blue line is June in Fort Collins. It’s almost as if the closed real estate sales in Fort Collins and Loveland track to the longest days of the year. Closed real estate sales in Wellington peaked in August in 2015 and 2016. Severance varies as well. Other areas will likewise vary per year, month and area. But the trend is noticeable.

Closed real estate sales are up in the summer and down in the winter.

How about the entire area? Do sales also peak in June for the rest of Northern Colorado’s Front Range? See Exhibit B.

Exhibit B – Closed Real Estate Sales – Monthly – 2015-2018

Entire IRES Multiple Listing Service – Boulder – Longmont – Fort Collins – Greeley – Loveland – Berthoud – Johnstown – Wellington – Severance and surrounding areas

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

The macro numbers match the micro. There are more closed real estate sales along Colorado’s Front Range in summer than winter.

I hope this was helpful. I’d love to bring my tools and abilities to bear to help your real estate goals come true. In my opinion, anytime is a great time to buy or sell real estate, so please contact me if I may be of service. I am never to busy for you or your referrals.