Colorado Home Values & Market Trends

There have been 100,451 properties sold in the Colorado real estate market trends. Median home values in the Colorado housing market are $529,716.12. The median residential home value for transactions over the last 12 months is 475,439.457. The State of Colorado currently has 1,751 properties in foreclosure, 60 bank owned properties, and 1,691 headed for auction.

Colorado Real Estate Market Overview

CountyMedian Est. ValueCountyMedian Est. Value
El Paso

$ 447,918

$ 209/sqft

Ouray

$ 1,038,464

$ 426/sqft

Larimer

$ 604,254

$ 246/sqft

Routt

$ 1,170,346

$ 645/sqft

Weld

$ 469,675

$ 189/sqft

Rio Grande

$ 490,000

$ 192/sqft

Pueblo

$ 315,000

$ 202/sqft

Broomfield

$ 510,439

$ 341/sqft

Boulder

$ 789,940

$ 359/sqft

Otero

$ 177,072

$ 160/sqft

Fremont

$ 373,739

$ 220/sqft

Lake

$ 607,500

$ 448/sqft

Pitkin

$ 5,061,675

$ 2,906/sqft

Rio Blanco

$ 425,000

$ 163/sqft

Garfield

$ 721,073

$ 374/sqft

Kit Carson

$ 271,531

$ 118/sqft

La Plata

$ 772,437

$ 440/sqft

Elbert

$ 723,444

$ 229/sqft

Eagle

$ 1,924,685

$ 890/sqft

San Miguel

$ 6,430,257

$ 1,425/sqft

Montrose

$ 533,869

$ 271/sqft

Saguache

$ 727,000

$ 180/sqft

Denver

$ 510,000

$ 369/sqft

Washington

$ 227,441

$ 74/sqft

Douglas

$ 651,425

$ 261/sqft

Prowers

$ 192,024

$ 209/sqft

Arapahoe

$ 504,820

$ 258/sqft

Costilla

$ 355,334

$ 205/sqft

Jefferson

$ 599,000

$ 322/sqft

Clear Creek

$ 612,099

$ 440/sqft

Teller

$ 564,445

$ 260/sqft

Crowley

$ 270,231

$ 162/sqft

Adams

$ 506,667

$ 257/sqft

Alamosa

$ 348,400

$ 215/sqft

Chaffee

$ 781,388

$ 418/sqft

Conejos

$ 649,000

$ 292/sqft

Archuleta

$ 653,216

$ 326/sqft

Bent

$ 88,900

$ 87/sqft

Gunnison

$ 1,155,114

$ 636/sqft

Yuma

$ 453,498

$ 151/sqft

Mesa

$ 425,000

$ 235/sqft

San Juan

$ 625,000

$ 401/sqft

Custer

$ 527,324

$ 256/sqft

Lincoln

$ 353,001

$ 264/sqft

Delta

$ 387,000

$ 230/sqft

Cheyenne

$ 140,000

$ 44/sqft

Moffat

$ 290,500

$ 170/sqft

Phillips

$ 175,000

$ 58/sqft

Grand

$ 910,873

$ 555/sqft

Mineral

$ 1,076,306

$ 297/sqft

Summit

$ 1,220,441

$ 712/sqft

Gilpin

$ --

$ --

Montezuma

$ 339,000

$ 226/sqft

Jackson

$ --

$ --

Park

$ 516,900

$ 323/sqft

Hinsdale

$ --

$ --

Logan

$ 288,210

$ 121/sqft

Dolores

$ --

$ --

Huerfano

$ 299,900

$ 216/sqft

Baca

$ --

$ --

Morgan

$ 337,000

$ 162/sqft

Kiowa

$ --

$ --

Las Animas

$ 297,450

$ 191/sqft

Sedgwick

$ --

$ --

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Housing Market Summary for Colorado

Mar 2023February 2024Change
Median Listing Price$517.2K$531.5K2.77%
Median Sold Price$533.8K$531.5K-0.43%
Homes For Sale4,7005,32313.26%
Homes Sold56,98355,909-1.88%
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Price Per Square Foot

On an average, Single Family homes cost $33 more per sqft than Condos. In comparison with sales price/sqft last week, list price/sqft of Single Family homes increased by 1.93% whereas, list price/sqft of Condos increased by 9.38%.

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Browse Homes in Colorado

There are currently 5,323 properties for sale in Colorado. The current home value ranges in price from 1,000 to 67,000,000. The total count of properties in the state is 1,972,556, and the percentage of properties for sale is 5323.00%.

Foreclosure
There are 64 counties within Colorado; within these counties, the median estimated home value for homes in foreclosure ranges from $23,688,289 in Weld to the lowest value of $39,105 in Weld. Foreclosure homes account for 0.00% of properties in Colorado with El Paso containing 285 foreclosures, the highest number of foreclosure properties in a single county.
  • Pre-Foreclosure
    Pre-foreclosure homes account for 0% of all residential properties in Colorado with $[pre-foreclosures-highest-count-region] containing 0 pre-foreclosures, the highest number of pre-foreclosure properties in a single county. There are 64 counties within Colorado; of those counties, the estimated home value for pre-foreclosure homes ranges from $0 in N/A to the lowest home value of $0 in $[pre-foreclosures-lowest-avm-region].
  • Bank Owned
    The median estimated home value of bank owned homes (REO properties) in Colorado ranges from the highest value of $819,900 in Boulder to the lowest value of $63,455 in Bent. Bank owned homes and properties account for 0.00% of properties in Colorado. There are 64 counties within Colorado; Pueblo containing 10 REO properties, has the highest number of bank owned properties in a single county.
  • Auctions
    El Paso has 281 auction properties, the highest number of properties going to auction in a single county in the state of Colorado. Auction homes and other auction properties account for 0.09% of all properties in Colorado. There are 64 counties within Colorado; of those counties, the median estimated home value for homes going to auction ranges from $1,265,456 in Pitkin to the lowest value of $39,105 in Pitkin.
Homes for Sale
Homes and properties that are actively listed for sale account for 0.27% of residential properties in Colorado with El Paso containing 1574 homes for sale, the highest number of listed properties in a single county. There are 64 counties within Colorado; homes for sale in those counties, have a range of median values from $1,076,306 in Mineral to the lowest value of $24,312 in Pueblo.
    Sold Homes
    The median value for recently sold homes ranges from $933,600 in San Juan to the lowest price of $19,454 in San Juan. There are 64 counties within Colorado. El Paso has 7160 recently sold homes, the highest number of recently sold properties in a single county. Recently sold homes and properties account for 2.83% of properties in Colorado.

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