Northern Colorado Real Estate Gains Ground

by kenlavertu on April 10, 2012

in Fort Collins CO Real Estate, Greeley CO Real Estate, Latest News, Loveland CO Real Estate

For many of us, the home is our most important investment. And after some lean years, it appears that real estate is becoming a profitable asset once again … especially in Northern Colorado.

Reports indicate that Northern Colorado home values are on the rise. From February 2011 to February 2012, Loveland/Fort Collins home values increased .9% and Greeley homes a whopping 5.6%! The rise blossomed despite a high volume of distressed properties (foreclosures and short-sales) – I’m very excited to see what happens once the inventory of distressed properties returns to normal levels.

These local gains buck national trends where home values decreased nearly 2%. But, I always encourage clients to look beyond the national numbers. Real estate historically trends regionally – why should declining home prices in Orlando affect investment opportunities in Fort Collins?

If investing is about buying low and selling high, we’re definitely at the buy-low end of the spectrum. But how much longer will prices be this low? Now just might be the time to re-invest in our local real estate!

I’d be happy to show you what I believe are the best investment opportunities in our area. Call me for my list of top real estate opportunities.

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