As we hit the midway point for June 2023, here’s where we stand: What does all of this mean for the market? Inventory is.
Cash is king, the mantra goes. But is it true? Let’s take a look at Colorado Springs year to date. What you see below.
The average price for May 2023 was down 3.49% from May 2022 in the Pikes Peak region. What you see below is the year.
The relationships between variables that impact the market is fascinating to me (I am, admittedly, a bit of a data nerd). What you see.
As we enter into the last week of May 2023, we are tracking at 67.9% of last year’s sales numbers for the same period.
Here’s a look at the last ten years in the Colorado Springs region. What you see here is a look at the number of.
Here’s a quick look at the last five years worth of sales in the region. This is the month to month number of sales.
April 2023 has seen the largest drop in number of sales since at least 1996. We are tracking about 35.8% down from last April..
Total sales numbers down 26.3% from 2022.
This morning’s graph is a representation of the average Days on Market (DOM) for closed homes by month over the last decade. As you.