The story of recent years has been increasing housing prices in Greeley and most of Colorado.
The upward price trends marches on and many experts agree prices will continue to rise for years to come. As it turns out, Colorado is a great place to live and the rest of the country agrees. This means we are seeing net population increases and therefore continuous demand for homes.
Housing Price Trends for Weld and Larimer Counties
Pictures are better than words, so here are price charts for Weld and Larimer.
- Prices are up around 50% from 2013!
- Median home prices in Weld are now over $260,000
- Median home prices Larimer County are now over $325,000
- The largest price climbs for the year typically occur during Spring
Housing Price Trends for Denver
Denver carriers a lot of the volume for the entire state of Colorado, so it is interesting to see the price trends for Denver as well.
- Median home prices are now over $350,000
- Prices are fairly volatile, with peak times in spring and late summer
Why are home prices increasing so much?
There are many factors causing home prices in Greeley to rise. We have a great recent post titled Why are Housing Prices Increasing so Much in Colorado that you can review. It covers economy, population, home building, and more. It also discusses the pros and cons of buying and renting during an upward price trend.
Want to learn how current housing trends affect your home buying and selling decisions?
There are many considerations, including low interest rates and buyer incentives that keep the true cost of buying a home now in check with rising prices. For certain people, this can be a great time to capitalize on the equity in your home and move up. Our team is here to help you understand the current market and what your options are.