Posts Tagged ‘national real estate market trends’

Steamboat Springs, CO Real Estate Report for November

Friday, January 1st, 2016

Steamboat Springs, CO Real Estate Report


Silver ornament, photo by Charlie Dresen

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. And that’s exactly what has been going on here in the ‘Boat. Record snow fall and record real estate numbers.

Routt County Real Estate Analysis

November saw a 55% increase in sales volume over last November.  And Year To Date we are 11% over 2014 in sales volume. So 2015 is shaping to be a very good year for real estate values.  Transactions were up as well seeing a 38% increase in the number of transactions over November 2014. Keeping with strong numbers, Year To Date transactions are up 6% from 2014.

Residential Transaction Price Point Analysis


Price Point

# of transactions

% of transactions

Previous month % of transactions

% of volume

Previous month % of volume

Under $500K






$500,001 – $1M






Steamboat Springs October Market Report 2012

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

Steamboat Springs Market Report October 2012

After a slower September, I’m pleased to report that the October Market Report brings news of a much better month for real estate here in the Routt county – we can’t have too many months of gains.  You can take a look at the September Market Report for a good comparison.  The numbers from Case Shiller show more more growth (20% increase is prices in Phoenix)  and a report from Bloomberg Businessweek shows that consumer confidence levels recently reached a 4 year high.  Take at look at the graph to see what I’m talking about.

Consumer Confidence 2012

Consumer Confidence 2012

Market Report October 2012. October saw $43 million in gross volume sales with 119 transactions. with 119 transactions.  Those numbers put October up 37% in gross volume over last year and up 20% in number of sales.  The year to date numbers reflect that we are up 4% in gross volume and down 16% in transactions.  The number of bank sales were also up this October to 15.  See the chart below for the national trends.  Things are looking good across the board.