Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, Timnath Sold Price Versus List Price
One interesting metric to look at when analyzing a the Fort Collins, Colorado real estate market is percent of original list price. This is a way of seeing what a property sold for compared to what the seller was originally asking for it.
So, if they asked $300,000 for it, and they closed the deal and sold it for $300,000, they sold it for 100% of original list price. If they asked $300,000 for it and received $295,000, they sold it for 98% of original list price.
This data shows the percentage of original list price for properties in Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor and Timnath over the past three years.
As you can see in this data crunched and created by IRES and Infosparks, sellers are pretty much getting what they are asking for their properties. It shows that the Realtors® in this community have a pretty good understanding of market value, because people are willing to pay what they are being asked to pay for properties in these towns.
It also shows further demonstrates how valuable our market is regarding real estate, because the prices have been steadily rising for the past few years, yet people are paying for homes at the prices the seller is asking for, even if those prices are rising.YES! Have Paul send me a FREE CUSTOM REPORT on my Real Estate Situation!