Colorado Springs was again the 55th most searched real estate market in the country in September, according to a report from Realtor.com.
Median list prices for homes in Colorado Springs rose to $229,500 in September, a 2.04 percent increase from last year, but down slightly from August’s numbers.
The national median list price in September was $191,500, a .78 percent increase from September 2010.
Active for sale inventory of homes in Colorado Springs leveled out at 4,158 in September, a 9.73 a decrease for the 12-month period. National inventory counts for September were down 17.77 percent year over year.
The median age of inventory in Colorado Springs in September was 75 days, a 5.63percent increase compared to August. Nationally, the median age of inventory was 95 days, a 4.4 percent increase from the previous month.
According to Realtor.com, the top 10 most searched real estate markets, identified as MSAs, in the United States in September include:
The most searched real estate markets in Colorado in September were:
Colorado Springs 55
Fort Collins-Loveland 123