Larimer County had 547 residential sales for the month, 11% fewer than a year ago. Weld County was up 13% compared to last year with 493 sales.
Why is Larimer down and Weld up? It’s mostly driven by affordability – there tend to be more homes to choose from under $350,000 in Weld County.
How about prices? Average prices went up 10% in Larimer County and 9% in Weld County compared to April 2017.
Larimer County’s average price is $419,918 and Weld’s is $359,402.
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