Call or email me today if you are interested in this (or any other Colorado Springs home for sale) and I'll be happy to work with you on the purchase of your next home.
I have this great listing in Colorado Springs at 6065 Emma Lane that has just had a price reduction from $188,000 down to $182,000. This is a 5 bedroom home (3 bedrooms up and 2 in the basement) and it is over 2800 square feet. It has 4 bathrooms and vaulted ceilings throughout. There is a gas fire place, hardwood floors in the kitchen and a formal dining room. The laundry is on the main level and a new roof was put on in 2004.
Here is a helpful source for finding art, music, family friendly activities, sports, theater, dance, museums, etc. in the Pikes Peak Region and it's called Peak Radar. Check it out today to help you plan your summer activities in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas or if you plan to vacation in Colorado this summer this is a helpful resource.
The Gazette recently published a special report called "Neighborhoods" detailing Colorado Springs home prices in 2009. The Gazette 2010 Guide to Real Estate has an interactive map of Colorado Springs where you can find your specific neighborhood and find details on home sales. Or, if you are looking at moving within or to Colorado Springs to buy a home, you can look up specific neighborhoods to learn more about the homes sales in that area.
Each neighborhood listed in this guide has a profile, including the median price of homes that sold in a neighborhood, the average size of homes that sold and how values have changed from year to year. The guide also includes information about the of number of foreclosure sales in each neighborhood and how distressed properties affected prices.
According to the article, in 2009 in El Paso County there were 8,287 single family homes sold (over 2,000 were foreclosures). The median sales price of homes was $211,591 (excluding foreclosures). Also, the biggest increase in the median price of single family homes was in Eastern El Paso County at a 31% increase from 2008 to 2009.
|Sources:||The El Paso County Assessor's Office; Gazette data analysis and research|
From RISMedia May 5, 2010: Pending home sales increased again in March 2010, affirming that a surge of home sales is unfolding for the spring home buying season, according to the National Association of Realtors®. The Pending Home Sales Index (PHSI) forward-looking indicator based on contracts signed in March, rose 5.3% to 102.9 from 97.7 in February, and is 21.1% above March 2009 when it was 85.0; this follows an 8.3% increase in February. Click here to read more.
The Colorado Springs housing market has been stabilizing due to several reasons: the return of troops to the military installations in town and also several local companies have announced new jobs and positions being implemented over the next few years which is a real boost to the Springs economy. Regardless of what you may hear in the news, this is a great time to buy or sell. Interest rates, while fluctuating, are still at record lows.
The current real estate market in Colorado Springs has created a number of opportunities for the astute buyer and it's exciting that in the current market, there is actually room to negotiate and reach a win-win for all of the parties involved.
I love helpful household tips, especially one's that are "green" and not harmful to the environment or your home! I really like the HowDini site as it is very helpful. Here is a great video on how to quickly and easily unclog a sink without using harsh chemicals. I haven't tried it myself, but I hope to soon. If you try this (or have tried it in the past) - let me know how it works. I'd love to hear from you.
And here's another HowDini video on how to use green cleaning products, whether making your own or buying cleaning supplies that are less toxic to the environment and to you.
I guess I must be in a spring cleaning mood posting all these videos! ;)