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2015 Colorado Springs Parade of Homes

by Alan Daniels

2015 Colorado Springs Parade of Homes

The 2015 Colorado Springs Parade of Homes has been scheduled.  Save the dates for August 7-23.  The times will be 10AM-6PM daily.

Last years Parade of Homes featured 28 homes with 2 Hub sites in Flying Horse and Wolf Ranch.  Prices ranged from $150,000 to more then $2 million.  We are excited to see what 2015 has in line for the parade.  

Be sure to check back for more updates on the Parade as we get closer!

Ranked Top 25 in Pikes Peak MLS

by Alan Daniels

Top Colorado Springs Real Estate AgentsThe Daniels Team was ranked within the Top 25 Real Estate Agents for number of homes sold in 2014 for the entire Pikes Peak Region out of a membership of over three thousand Realtors!  We would like to thank all of our families, team members, friends, and clients for an incredible year and look forward to an even better 2015.

Must See Stats for Selling Your Home in 2015!

by Alan Daniels

Selling your home in 2015?  Take a look at The Daniels Team stats for the entire year of 2014 as compared to the average Realtor in the Pikes Peak MLS to see why we would be a good match for listing your home.

  • Average days on market for all Realtors in the Pikes Peak MLS (PPAR) was 63.  The Daniels Team average was only 23 days on market, bringing our clients an offer 40 days quicker on average!
  • Average Continuous Days on Market for all PPAR Realtors was 92.  The Daniels Team Average was only 37 days!
  • Average Sales Price to List Price Ratio for all PPAR Realtors was 98.6%.  The Daniels Team Average was 99.15% allowing our clients to save thousands of dollars in equity.

Source:  Pikes Peak Multiple Listing Service.  Showing 2014 sold stats for existing residential homes over $50,000.  Does not include short sale properties.

Sellers Market Snapshot - Timing to Sell

by Alan Daniels

 

     

 

Many people are gearing up for listing and selling their home in 2015.  There are many questions to ask when selling a home in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas.  Here are some of the main questions home sellers ask us when they are considering selling the home.  Odds are many of your questions will be the same.

  • When is a good time to list and what is the market doing in my area? 
  • How much is my home worth? 
  • What is the average days on market in my area? 
  • What is the selling price vs asking price in my area?
  • How many homes are for sale in my area?

I am sure you have other questions but wanted to provide a resource where you can instantly get answers to the above questions without talking to us.  Of course we are available anytime to answer your questions but some just want to research before speaking to anyone.  Just fill out the form to the left for an instant Market Snapshot and feel free to checkout the sample analysis to see what the report will look like.  Enjoy!

Colorado Springs in Top 3 Cities with Largest Homes

by Alan Daniels

Homes in Colorado SpringsHomes in Colorado Springs on average are large in comparison to other comparable metro cities around the nation according to a a recent article from 24/7 Wall Street. In fact Colorado Springs ranks 3rd for home size when comparing to these other metro cities with 3 other Colorado cities making the Top 10 list. Here is the list.

Top 10 Cities for Largest Homes

  1. Provo | Orem, UT - Median SF: Median SF: 1,980
  2. Houston | The Woodlands | Sugar Land, TX - Median SF: 1,900
  3. Colorado Springs, CO - Median SF: 1,899
  4. Atlanta | Sandy Springs | Roswell, GA - Median SF: 1,872
  5. Raleigh, NC - Median SF: 1,871
  6. Boulder, CO - Median SF: 1,865
  7. Greeley, CO - Median SF: 1,854
  8. Fort Collins, CO - Median SF: 1,851
  9. Austin | Round Rock, TX - Median SF: 1,837
  10. Dallas | Fort Worth | Arlington, TX - Median SF: 1,828

Read more about the list here.

Most Expensive Luxury Home In Colorado Springs

by Alan Daniels

Colorado Springs Luxury Home

Colorado Springs Luxury Home KitchenMillion Dollar Monday - The most expensive home available in Colorado Springs is currently listed for an asking price of $7.2 million.  This Luxury home is located in the New Breed Ranch subdivision within the Black Forest area.  Great location for acreage property while still being located close in proximity to many amenities including the Colorado's premier Club at Flying Horse.

Colorado Springs Luxury Home Ice ArenaCurious on What $7.2 million will buy in the Colorado Springs Luxury Home Market?  Click here to view all of the photos and details on this property instantly.

View All other Colorado Springs Luxury Homes Here.

 

Update: As of 4/26/2015 this listing is still available for the same price.

 

Home Prices in Flying Horse for April 2014

by Alan Daniels

Home Prices in Flying Horse Colorado Springs for April 2014

Real estate market data for Flying Horse Colorado Springs provided by Alan Daniels of The Daniels Team at RE/MAX Advantage.

Flying Horse Home Prices

 

We have seen a steady increase on home prices in Flying Horse over the last 12 months and don’t expect things to slow down anytime soon with resale homes and new construction options.  The median sales price is up 3.58 percent in Flying Horse from this time last year.  If you are considering buying a home you can still find deals on a house in Flying Horse but having a good Real Estate Agent who understands the market is a must. Don’t wait on the sidelines for too long, many of our listings are selling within a few days of hitting the market. As you can see from the graph below, listings are not selling exactly for asking price. To make sure you don't overpay for your home, you'll want to have an agent that does a thorough market analysis of the Flying Horse home on which you are making an offer.

If you are interested in how much current inventory is on the market in Flying Horse you can find that information by clicking on the link. High inventory will suggest that homes are sitting on the market for longer. Currently in Flying Horse, homes have a median time of 115 days on the market before they sell which is down 6 days from this time last year. This would suggest that buyers are in a decent position to make an aggressive offer on a home. Sellers should make sure to price their home near the market value if they expect to get an offer from one of those interested buyers. Low inventory in Flying Horse has multiple offers coming in on homes. I wouldn't expect home prices to run up quite as fast as they did back then as banks have gotten a lot stricter on lending guidelines and are no longer giving a loan to anyone with a pulse. But low inventory is one indicator that prices should continue to rise.

 

Flying Horse Real Estate Report Summary

Free Colorado Springs Coummity Reports

  • The median list price in April for all single family homes in Flying Horse is $547,000. The list prices increased by 1.48% from the previous month.
  • The price per square foot for listings in this area is $137.00.
  • The median sale price in April for single family homes is $475,194. The sale prices dropped by -34.15% from the previous month.
  • The price per square foot for sales in this area is $136.96.

 

 

 

 

Find Homes for Sale in Flying Horse Colorado Springs

Visit my website to search for homes in Flying Horse or to be notified when Flying Horse homes come on the market.

To find out what your home is worth in the current market Click Here or call 719-357-8550.

 

Home Prices in Colorado Springs, CO for April 2014

by Alan Daniels

Home Prices in Colorado Springs, CO

Real estate market data for Colorado Springs, CO provided by Alan Daniels of The Daniels Team at RE/MAX Advantage.

Colorado Springs Home Prices

 

We have seen a steady increase on home prices in Colorado Springs over the last 12 months and don’t expect things to slow down anytime soon. If you are considering buying a home you can still find deals on a house in Colorado Springs but having a good Real Estate Agent who understands the market is a must. Don’t wait on the sidelines for too long, many of our listings are selling within a few days of hitting the market. As you can see from the graph below, listings are not selling exactly for asking price. To make sure you don't overpay for your home, you'll want to have an agent that does a thorough market analysis of the Colorado Springs home on which you are making an offer.

If you are interested in how much current inventory is on the market in Colorado Springs you can find that information by clicking on the link. High inventory will suggest that homes are sitting on the market for longer. Currently in Colorado Springs, homes have a median time of 85 days on the market before they sell. This would suggest that buyers are in a decent position to make an aggressive offer on a home. Sellers should make sure to price their home near the market value if they expect to get an offer from one of those interested buyers. Low inventory in Colorado Springs has multiple offers coming in on homes. I wouldn't expect home prices to run up quite as fast as they did back then as banks have gotten a lot stricter on lending guidelines and are no longer giving a loan to anyone with a pulse. But low inventory is one indicator that prices should continue to rise.

 

Colorado Springs Real Estate Report Summary

Free Colorado Springs Coummity Reports

  • The median list price in April for all single family homes in Colorado Springs is $250,958. The list prices increased by 2.43% from the previous month.
  • The price per square foot for listings in this area is $135.
  • The median sale price in April for single family homes is $210,000. The sale prices increased by +1.01% from the previous month.
  • The price per square foot for sales in this area is $114.25.

 

 

 

Find Homes for Sale in Colorado Springs CO

Visit my website to search for homes in Colorado Springs or to be notified when Colorado Springs Homes come on the market.

To find out what your home is worth in the current market Click Here or call 719-357-8550.

 

Top 5 Mistakes Sellers Make When Choosing A Realtor

by Alan Daniels

Colorado Springs Real Estate Agents

  • Choosing an Agent Without Checking Their Online Reviews - Be sure to double check your Realtor's reviews and reputation online. It’s a horrible feeling when you check after you hire someone and find that they have horrible reviews online.  Check with BBB, Google Places, Yelp and more or just Google their name along with the word “reviews.”
  • Hiring a Friend or Family Member - I can’t tell you how many listing appointments I have been to where the client said they had a bad experience with a friend or family member. Definitely not worth jeopardizing a relationship. Don’t hire an agent based on your relationship. Hire them based on their qualifications and interview them just as you would anyone else.
  • Choosing The Only Agent That Agrees With Your Pricing - Be aware that some Agents will tell you the price you want to hear just to get the listing. I advise that you listen to what their marketing plan is along with their listing plan before discussing pricing. Choose the best Realtor, not the Agent with the best sounding list price.
  • Choosing a Part Time Agent - Some Agents work in real estate part time and typically have a different day job or other obligation that takes them away from actively marketing your home or coordinating the contract process. It is imperative that you ask any Realtor you are considering if they are a full time Real Estate Agent as most people just assume.
  • Choosing A Solo Agent - A Solo Agent has a ton of responsibility on their shoulders which can effect their availability and communication. A Team is definitely the way to go as responsibilities are divided up efficiently among team members. You can’t loose having multiple Realtors available for you along with their support staff.

Find out more about our Team By Clicking Here.

Wolf Ranch Real Estate Stats for 2013

by Alan Daniels

Wolf Ranch Homes For Sale | Home ValuesA few people have asked me about the market stats in Wolf Ranch, so I thought it would be helpful to share with the rest of our readers. Here are the stats broken into single family and townhomes for 2013.

Wolf Ranch Homes (Single Family):

  • 103 Single Family Homes were listed for an average of $364,898 while they sold for an average of $363,322 with many of them paying seller concessions.
  • Average Days on Market was 111.
  • Average Sold Price Per SF was $103.654.
  • Single Family CMA Report (Click Link to Reference)

Wolf Ranch Townhomes:

  • 8 Townhomes Sold and were listed for an average of $204,590 while they sold for an average of $201,988 with many of them paying seller concessions.
  • Average Days on Market was 58.
  • Average Sold Price per SF was $144.316.
  • Townhome CMA Report (Click Link to Reference)

The local market continues to improve which should provide favorable stats in 2014.  Visit www.COHomeValueReport.com for a Market Snapshot that better matches your particular property and neighborhood.

Please Note: Stats were taken from the Local MLS and do not reflect every sale in the market.

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