Home prices rise throughout region, Boulder prices fall below $1 million

LOVELAND — Median home prices fell below $1 million in June in Boulder, while most of the other cities in the region saw varying increases in home costs.

The data is provided by Information Real Estate Services Inc., a Loveland-based multiple listing service.

Boulder

Boulder’s active detached home listings rose from 121 in January to 261 in June, a year-over-year increase of 94 listings from last June. Median sales prices mostly fell below the million-dollar mark save for April, where the median sales price was $1,247,000. The median price in June was $960,000.

The average time on market for units began at 69 in January, a 37 percent decrease from last January, and fell 56 days in June, flat compared to that month last year.

Fort Collins

The Fort Collins market had 511 active listings in January and rose to 842 in June, or a year-over-year increase of 63 properties. Median sale prices rose from $414,000 in January, a 10.4 percent spike from last January, before rising 2 to 5 percent each month to $437,000 in June.

year-over-year average days on the market were slightly lower or flat for much of the first half of the year in Fort Collins, from 79 days in January to 66 in June.

Greeley-Evans

Greeley’s active listings rose from 254 in January to 317 in June, with most months having double-digit increases in the year-over-year difference. Median sale prices rose from $294,750 in January to $320,000 in June for an average increase of 7.2 percent, but the metro area is still the most affordable in Northern Colorado.

The average time on the market for listings rose from 58 days in January to 64 in April before falling to 50 in June.

Longmont

Longmont’s active listings rose from 148 in January to 278 in June, constantly having between 27.5 percent and 54.2 percent more available units on the market from each month last year. The median sale price increased 1 percent over the period from the previous year, starting at $420,000 in January and rising to $454,400 in June.

The average time on the market fell from 71 days in January to 48 in June.

Loveland-Berthoud

Active listings in the Loveland-Berthoud area rose from 353 in January to 585 in June, averaging a 14.45 percent increase in the amount of available units that time last year. Median sale prices began at $379,950 in January before spiking to $400,000 in February and hovering around that mark through June, where the median sales price ended at $406,000.

Average time on market rose from 82 days in January to 93 in March before dropping to 60 days in June.

Estes Park

Listings in Estes Park rose from 89 in January to 147 in June, but there were 5.5 percent fewer on average listings last month compared with the same month of year prior. Median sale prices fluctuated from $493,500 in January to $544,500 in March, before falling to a low of $433,000 in April, rising to $525,000 in May and settling at $472,450 in June.

Average time on the market rose from 112 days in January to 133 days the following month before declining to 104 days in June.

LOVELAND — Median home prices fell below $1 million in June in Boulder, while most of the other cities in the region saw varying increases in home costs.

The data is provided by Information Real Estate Services Inc., a Loveland-based multiple listing service.

Boulder

Boulder’s active detached home listings rose from 121 in January to 261 in June, a year-over-year increase of 94 listings from last June. Median sales prices mostly fell below the million-dollar mark save for April, where the median sales price was $1,247,000. The median price in June was $960,000.

The average time on market for units began at 69 in January, a 37 percent decrease from last January, and fell 56 days in June, flat compared to that month last year.

Fort Collins

The Fort Collins market had 511 active listings in January and rose to 842 in June, or a year-over-year increase of 63 properties. Median sale prices rose from $414,000 in January, a 10.4 percent spike from last January, before rising 2 to 5 percent each month to $437,000 in June.

year-over-year average days on the market were slightly lower or flat for much of the first half of the year in Fort Collins, from 79 days in January to 66 in June.

Greeley-Evans

Greeley’s active listings rose from 254 in January to 317 in June, with most months having double-digit increases in the year-over-year difference. Median sale prices rose from $294,750 in January to $320,000 in June for an average increase of 7.2 percent, but the metro area is still the most…