This beautiful renovated home at 3427 Green Spring Dr features a gourmet chefs kitchen, custom cabinets, professional series appliances, 60 inch fridge, butlers pantry, and a large island with farm sink. Open concept and cathedral ceilings. Master bedroom features a luxurious 5 piece bath with a stone fireplace. Finished Basement with wet bar. Custom built-ins, wainscoting, 2 laundry Rooms, 2-90% high frequency furnaces, tank less hot water heater, 2- AC’s, low E windows, 3 gas fireplaces, and a 3 car garage with 800 sq ft. Not to mention walking distance to Zach Elementary! Call Chris Guillan for your private showing at 970-310-9357 or click the link below for more details.
This 3 bedroom 3 bathroom at 1030 Akin Ave is a completely updated home that offers an open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, newer appliances, gas range, granite counter tops, and cabinets. Main floor master suite and private bath. Basement family room, 3/4 bath and a study. 2 car garage with alley access, fully fenced yard, mature irrigated landscaping,1 year old furnace and AC. Close to CSU, 2 blocks from City Park, 2 blocks to the trolley and walking distance to downtown. Call Chris Guillan for your private showing at 970-310-9357 or click the link below for more details.
If a real estate buyer walks into one of our offices in Northern Colorado and tells us they are looking for a single-family home under $300,000, unfortunately there will not be many properties to choose from. Depending on where they are looking the choices may be very limited.
Here is a list of the number of single-family homes currently for sale (excluding manufactured homes) in Northern Colorado:
- Fort Collins = 0
- Loveland = 7
- Windsor = 0
- Wellington = 0
- Timnath = 0
- Greeley = 27
- Evans = 8
- Milliken = 2
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The southern exposure sun room is just one of the highlights of this 2 story home at 707 McGraw Dr in the Coventry subdivision. Walking distance to McGraw Elementary School & Front Range Community College. Lots of room to spread out – 4 bedrooms & a large loft upstairs. Nonconforming 5th bedroom on the main level. Master suite features radiant floor heating in the 5-piece bath, large walk-in closet & fireplace. Great landscaping with HOA maintained greenspace to the east which makes property look even bigger. Call Maria Dellota for your private showing at 970-215-1013 or click the link below for more details.
Northern Colorado isn’t the only place with limited inventory.
Metro Denver is short by 10,000 listings.
The average number of homes for sale for this time of year in the Denver area, going all the way back to 1985, is 14,309.
Right now there are 4,084 residential properties on the market. This is a difference of 10,225 listings compared to the long-term average.
The peak was 2008 when there were 25,037 listings. The lowest year was last year with 3,878 (a drop of 21,159 in 9 years?!).
The good news for buyers is that inventory is up 5% compared to last year. Another piece of good news is that the Spring tends to produce the highest amount of inventory for buyers to pick from.
Because our Northern Colorado market has been so active over the last four years, clients often ask us if we think there is a housing bubble forming.
There are several key statistics which we track closely in order to answer that question.
Here is one fact that we find to be insightful…
One of the root causes of the last housing bubble was the glut of inventory, and specifically new home inventory. Quite simply, the market was being oversupplied with new homes. The rules of economics say when there is oversupply, prices must come down.
Today, there are far fewer new home starts compared to 2004 and 2005 when the last bubble was forming – despite there being a larger population.
According to our friends at Metrostudy who track the new home market, Northern Colorado has had 4,452 new home starts in the last 12 months.
That number is only 60% of what it was at the height of construction in early 2005.
It is also interesting to note that over the last 12 months there have been 4,473 new home closings which shows that demand is keeping up with supply.
So when you drive around Northern Colorado and notice all the new homes being built, know that construction activity is far less than what is was during the bubble and that demand is keeping up with supply.
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A story ran this week which highlighted the number of people who have moved out of Colorado.
Let’s get real, there are still a large number of people moving to Colorado.
In fact, 223,000 moved to Colorado from another state last year according to the latest American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The net migration into our state (after subtracting out people who left) was 30,859 people.
In Northern Colorado the net migration looks like this:
- Larimer County = 7,001 people
- Weld County = 7,117 people
So what does that mean for housing? Knowing that, on average, 2.5 people live in each household, the number of new housing units required for these new residents looks like this:
- Larimer County = 2,800 new housing units
- Weld County = 2,847 new housing units