September home prices slip in much of NoCo, Boulder Valley

LOVELAND — Median single-family home prices in Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland-Berthoud and Estes Park dipped in September. But in Greeley prices were up for the month, according to a recently released report from Loveland-based multiple-listing service Information and Real Estate Services Inc.

IRES tracks home sales in Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland/Berthoud, Greeley/Evans and Estes Park, all markets within Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld counties.

In Boulder the median single-family home sale price in September was $858,000, down from $958,250 in August. Despite the monthly dip, September’s prices were up 4 percent from $825,000 during the same month in 2017. There were 51 sales made during the month from 168 listings. The average time on the market was 55 days.

Fort Collins saw median prices fall from $425,000 in August to $405,000 in September. September’s year-over-year prices were up from $359,730 in 2017. There were 244 sales made during the month from 693 listings. The average time on the market was 60 days.

Median home prices in Longmont slipped from $450,000 in August to $415,000 in September. The year-over-year price was up nearly 7 percent from the September 2017 mark of $388,250. There were 87 sales made during the month from 202 listings. The average time on the market was 51 days.

The Loveland-Berthoud area saw prices fall from just over $400,000 in August to $387,000 in September. That figure is up from $347,000 in September 2017. There were 180 sales made during the month from 429 listings. The average time on the market was 74 days.

In Estes Park prices dropped from $469,000 in August to $398,900 in September. That’s more than 15 percent lower than the median price in September 2017. There were 30 sales made during the month from 137 listings. The average time on the market was 104 days.

September median prices ticked up a bit in the Greeley/Evans area. The median was $307,000 compared to $304,550 in August. Prices in that market are up nearly 10 percent since last September when the median was $280,000. There were 151 sales made during the month from 323 listings. The average time on the market was 65 days.

 

LOVELAND — Median single-family home prices in Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland-Berthoud and Estes Park dipped in September. But in Greeley prices were up for the month, according to a recently released report from Loveland-based multiple-listing service Information and Real Estate Services Inc.

IRES tracks home sales in Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland/Berthoud, Greeley/Evans and Estes Park, all markets within Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld counties.

In Boulder the median single-family home sale price in September was $858,000, down from $958,250 in August. Despite the monthly dip, September’s prices were up 4 percent from $825,000 during the same month in 2017. There were 51 sales made during the month from 168 listings. The average time on the market was 55 days.

Fort Collins saw median prices fall from $425,000 in August to $405,000 in September. September’s year-over-year prices were up from $359,730 in 2017. There were 244 sales made during the month from 693 listings. The average time on the market was 60 days.

Median home prices in Longmont slipped from $450,000 in August to $415,000 in September. The year-over-year price was up nearly 7 percent from the September 2017 mark of $388,250. There were 87 sales made during the month from 202 listings. The average time on the market was 51 days.

The Loveland-Berthoud area saw prices fall from just over $400,000 in August to $387,000 in September. That figure is up from $347,000 in September 2017. There were 180 sales made during the…