Terrific Ranch Style Home!

Ideal investment property! 2428 Crabtree Drive in Fort Collins is currently leased through May of 2020. Easy access to CSU, Old Town, and Horsetooth Reservoir. The owner has never had any issues with vacancy but would be great as an owner-occupied home with the layout and back yard as well. The home has wood floors and is in great shape. Come check it out today! Contact Paul Hunter at (970) 673-7285 for your private showing for more information or click the link below for more details.

http://windermerenoco.com/listing/104370583

Posted on January 13, 2020 at 9:54 am
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Quality Investment Property in Fort Collins!

Opportunities like this in Fort Collins are rare! 4 units each with attached two car garages, fireplaces, decks, and extensive upgrades. Just some of the updates include a new roof, updated kitchens and bathrooms, new decks, new blinds, new furnaces and water heaters in all units, new sliding doors, and Unit B has a recently finished basement. Close proximity to I-25, CSU, and Old Town make this property INCREDIBLY attractive to renters, quality investment property. Contact Paul Hunter at (970) 673-7285 for your private showing for more information or click the link below for more details.

http://windermerenoco.com/listing/100363491

 

 

Posted on September 18, 2019 at 1:39 pm
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Stadium Impact?

Today we are looking at one of the hot topics in Northern Colorado. Is the new CSU football stadium impacting real estate values in the surrounding neighborhoods?

The answer, based on the research we’ve done so far, is… yes!

New CSU Stadium Rendering – Image credit: stadium.colostate.edu

Here are the details…

We looked at the residential properties in the 1-mile radius surrounding the new stadium. We pulled the sales over the last three years in that area. Then we compared that area to the market as a whole.

Let’s talk about prices first. Residential prices inside the City Limits of Fort Collins went up 11% last year and 12% the year before that. Within the stadium’s 1-mile radius, prices only went up 1% last year, but 14% the year before that. It seems that recent construction has impacted prices.

Now what about number of sales? Residential transactions have gone down 5% per year each of the last two years. Near the stadium, the decrease has been even larger at 7 to 8% per year.

It does seem that the stadium has had an impact. We will continue to keep our eye on this trend!

*One footnote is that last year had more condominium sales than the year before which has an impact on average price.

Posted on February 17, 2017 at 11:20 am
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