Colorado Springs was the 60th most searched market on Realtor.com in July.
It was the second most searched metro area in Colorado, behind Denver, which ranked 27th, according to a release from Relator.com.
Boulder and Longmont ranked 116th. Fort Collins and Loveland were 124th and Pueblo was 145th nationally.
The residential real estate website also reported that the median list price for a home in Colorado Springs was $229,000 a 4.05 percent increase over the median in July 2011. However, it was a 0.02 percent price decrease from June, according to the report.
The inventory of active for sale homes dropped more than 17 percent from July 2011 to 4,169. That’s in keeping with a national trend, where the inventory of home listings fell 19.26 percent.
The median age on home inventory was 70 days, a more than 6 percent increase over June but significantly younger than the national median, which is 84 days.
The top most searched metro areas on Realtor.com in July were:
- Los Angeles-Long Beach
- Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla.
- Orlando, Fla.