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Agilent Plans to Expand Springs Data & Technology Center

by Alan Daniels

Colorado Springs - Agilent TechnologiesAgilent Technologies is planning on an expansion to it's existing campus on the northwest side of Colorado Springs, adding 55,000 square feet for a total cost of around $121 million.  20,000 square feet is planned for a data center and the remaining 35,000 square feet will be allocated for the technology center.  This is good news for the local economy with estimates showing a $711 million economic impact.  131 full time positions will be added with an average salary of $74,000 annually.  Yet another addition to the technology sector of Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs - Top City For Young Professionals

by Alan Daniels

Colorado Springs - Top Young Professional CityColorado Springs was ranked 6th best city for Young Professionals by AOL Real Estate News.  They considered a number of variables like affordability, employment opportunities, cost of living, social activities, and places with the highest percentage of 20-29 year olds.  

Here Are The Top Cities for Young Professionals:

  1. Cincinnati, Ohio Metro population: 2,130,151 Residents ages 20-29: 13.3 percent Monthly rent: $675 Starting salary: $41,800
  2. Seattle, Wash. Metro population: 3,349,809 Residents ages 20-29: 14.5 percent Monthly rent: $942 Starting salary: $46,700
  3. Baton Rouge, La. Metro population: 802,484 Residents ages 20-29: 16.3 percent Monthly rent: $714 Starting salary: $41,400
  4. Minneapolis, Minn. Metro population: 3,279,833 Residents ages 20-29: 14.1 percent Monthly rent: $830 Starting salary: $44,400
  5. Washington, D.C. Metro population: 5,582,170 Residents ages 20-29: 14.6 percent Monthly rent: $1,226 Starting salary: $49,000
  6. Colorado Springs, Colo. Metro population: 645,613 Residents ages 20-29: 15.1 percent Monthly rent: $802 Starting salary: $42,300
  7. Chicago, Ill. Metro population: 9,461,105 Residents ages 20-29: 14.0% Cost-of-living score: 114.4 Monthly rent: $882 Starting salary: $44,300
  8. Madison, Wis. Metro population: 568,593 Residents ages 20-29: 17.3% Cost-of-living score: 108.1 Monthly rent: $804 Starting salary: $41,200
  9. Atlanta, Ga. Metro population: 5,268,860 Residents ages 20-29: 13.6% Cost-of-living score: 97.5 Monthly rent: $897 Starting salary: $43,300

Colorado Springs Market Stat Report - Aug 2011

by Alan Daniels

Colorado Springs Real Estate Market Report (Includes Surrounding Areas):

  • The Inventory is down by more than 1300 homes for sale compared to this time last year with a decrease of new homes hitting the market.  This is good news for home sellers looking for less competition.
  • Total Days on Market has gone up but still remains below the worst peaks.
  • The total number of homes sold remains consistent over the last couple years.  The good news for home sellers here is that this is being done with 1300 less homes on the market meaning a larger percentage of the available listings are selling.
  • It is still a buyer market with the prices and interest rates, but things are looking up for home sellers in the Pikes Peak Region!
  • Checkout our new Market Snapshot Report that provides customized stats for your neighborhood.

Colorado Springs Home Values - New Listings Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Homes For Sale Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Days on Market Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Under Contract Homes Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Homes Sales Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Home Prices Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Total Sales Aug 2011

Colorado Springs Home Values - Summary Aug 2011

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